CEDO offers a variety of volunteer opportunities. There are many ways you can support CEDO’s work, from data entry and analysis to writing and editing, which can be done from the comfort of your own home, or we also need people in the field, collecting data and teaching. Please download the volunteer form below, fill it out and return it to us at info@cedointercultural.org. This way we can get a better understanding of the type of volunteering you would like to do, availability, experience, etc.

– CEDO Volunteer Application (Microsoft Word Document)

For a printable version of this volunteer opportunity description, click here.

Wet Feet,” CEDO’s summer camp, is getting closer every day, and we need you to help make it the best camp ever!

Kids, ages 10-14, come to CEDO every summer to enjoy educational and recreational activities at camp.  During the camp we visit San Jorge “Bird” Island, Morua Estuary, and the tide pools, but also we learn about the natural and cultural history of the Gulf of California.  We play, dance, create, meet new people, watch movies, and do many other activities that kids will enjoy and will take knowledge and respect for the environment home with them.

If you have the characteristics listed below, you are welcome to apply as a volunteer to CEDO’s summer camp to have a wonderful experience, working with kids and enjoying the magnificent beauty of the Upper Gulf of California and the Sonoran Desert.

–General knowledge of marine biology or be a biology student.
–English speaker
–Experience working with kids
–Enjoy outdoor activities
–Ability for cooking (not obligatory)
–Able to travel to Rocky Point
–Able to stay in CEDO’s field station 3 weeks aprox. in June, 2015

Contact us at info@cedointercultural.org or call the Tucson office at 520-320-5473,and we will send you all the information you need.

Don’t wait too long – we have only 6 openings!!

How to Apply

Minimum Qualifications
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or the equivalent.  Some college science, preferably marine biology or related field, is preferred.  Applicants must be able-bodied, able to swim and able to withstand long hours of activity in various outdoor environments.  The preferred applicant will have had some experience in teaching, camp counseling or youth leadership.  Applicant must be able to pass a background check, working with youth.

If you are interested in participating in the Wet Feet Ocean Camp this summer, send the following to info@cedointercultural.org or the Tucson Office by April 30th: 
– A letter of inquiry stating why this volunteer position is of interest to you.
– Résumé.
– Two references with contact information.

Send hardcopies to:  CEDO / PO Box 44208 / Tucson, Arizona 85733

 

If you have any questions about volunteering for CEDO email us at the address above, or call 520-320-5473 in the U.S. or 011-526-38-382-0113, or 0115, in Mexico. We look forward to hearing from you!