Fort Fisher Teen Volunteers

Looking for a fun, exciting place to volunteer? Want to share your passion and enthusiasm for marine biology with others? High school students ages 14-17 are encouraged to apply for the Teen Volunteer program at the NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher.

Teen Volunteers train with Aquarium staff to learn about our unique animals and exhibits. After training, students educate visitors from all over the world at our two touch pools, bald eagle exhibit and loggerhead sea turtle exhibit. 


Students may apply for the year-round program or the summer program. Participation in each program provides experience aiding in future education and employment possibilities in marine biology and aquatic science.

 

year-round program
Students involved in the year-round program are expected to volunteer 8 hours/month for 6 consecutive months, yet have the flexibility of creating their own schedule. This program is recommended for those with busy school, work or sports schedules, out-of-town students, and local students seeking year-round volunteer opportunities.

Apply for the year-round program Apply for the Teen Volunteer program scholarship

Summer program

Students involved in the summer program commit to 8 hours/week from June to August. Volunteers have a consistent schedule, set by Aquarium staff, of two weekly shifts. The summer program is recommended for local students seeking summer volunteer opportunities. We are no longer accepting applications for our 2017 Program. Please check back in February 2018 to apply for our 2018 Program.

 

 

 


Please contact Education Program Specialist Marissa Blackburn at marissa.blackburn@ncaquariums.com or (910) 772-0508 for questions regarding the Teen Volunteer programs.

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