By giving your time and talents as a volunteer for the DEEP, you would be making an important contribution toward the preservation of our environment for future generations. Some of the benefits of becoming a volunteer include:
- Seasonal opportunities to work outdoors in the state parks, boating, fishing, wildlife, and forestry fields;
- Learn skills to become a guide or teach interpretive programs at nature centers or museums;
- Work on interesting and unique nature projects;
To volunteer with the DEEP:
Determine what program or office you would like to volunteer with.
- Review the listing of specific volunteer opportunities that are available.
- You can also review a complete listing of DEEP offices and the Things We Do.
To obtain additional program information, contact the specific DEEP office directly.
If you are interested in volunteering in a state park, please consider a long-term commitment through the Adopt a Park Program. Individuals or groups may also submit an application for other opportunities in our parks. If you have questions regarding volunteering in a state park, please contact Wanda Torres at 860-418-5963 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in volunteering at a location other than a state park, please complete the appropriate application form and submit it to the office where you wish to volunteer.
Note: Application forms must be submitted with an original signature.
Individual Volunteer Application - Word, PDF | Group Volunteer Application Word, PDF
Adopt a Park Application - Word, PDF
On-going volunteer opportunities | DEEP offices and field sites and contact information for volunteers
Content last updated May 2015