Volunteer at Great Neck
Great Neck offers a variety of exciting volunteer opportunities and internships for people of all interests and experience levels. Volunteers are valued members of the Mass Audubon team and provide an important link to our local communities. Whether you have a lifetime interest in nature or are just getting started, Great Neck has a place for you.
Certified Service Enterprise
Great Neck Wildlife Sanctuary is pleased to announce that we have been certified by Points of Light as a Service Enterprise! A Service Enterprise is an organization that fundamentally leverages volunteers and their skills throughout their organization to successfully deliver on its social mission. Learn More >
Looking for more ways to help? Check out our full list of volunteer opportunities around the state.
Turtle Monitor (May-August)
The turtle monitor will search for state-listed turtles on three different Sanctuaries. At Allens Pond and Cromeset Neck volunteers look for female turtles at high tide during June and July. Once a nest is discovered it is protected with a small cage to prevent predation. At Great Neck the state-listed Eastern Box Turtle wanders the forest floor looking for food on days that are not too hot and not too cold. Volunteers will be trained on turtle sampling techniques, how to take measurements and how to report back to Natural Heritage and Endangered Species.
Positions at Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary, Great Neck Wildlife Sanctuary and Cromeset Neck Wildlife Sanctuary
How to Apply