Save The Snakes depends on the assistance of snake saving volunteers for our snake conservation efforts in India and around the world. Can you help us? By volunteering you will be joining a highly trained team of snake savers. You will acquire valuable professional experience, gain new insights, and most likely enjoy yourself! Thanks for your interest in volunteering!
Volunteer Positions Available
– Graphic Designer
– Development Director
– Snake Educator
– Or is there another way you can help us? Save The Snakes seeks website developers, lawyers, accountants, snake rescuers, teachers and more. Do you have a skill that you think could benefit Save The Snakes? Let us know!
Save The Snakes seeks dedicated, motivated and pro-active individuals who are passionate about snakes and want to help these amazing animals. We are looking for reliable people. If your application is accepted and you are chosen for an official volunteer position, please aim to volunteer for at least two hours per week. We are investing our time to train you, so please volunteer with your best effort.
If you accept a Save The Snakes Volunteer position, please:
– Respond to emails in a timely manner.
– Complete the tasks you accept in a timely manner or inform us if you are unable to do so.
– Track your hours and then report your hours to us monthly.
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Send us an email, with your resume and a short paragraph why you want to volunteer for Save The Snakes. We will contact you in the future about potential volunteer opportunities.
Volunteering is an amazing opportunity to give back to your community, protect something you care about and build valuable skills for your career as a future conservationist.