Our enthusiastic volunteers have helped thousands of students become active participants in conservation. As a volunteer, there are a number of different ways you can help change lives and protect endangered species. Please contact us for details.
Host an intimate gathering of friends and select EPI staff as a way to introduce our programs and share opportunities to make a difference in the world.
Invite an EPI representative to your work, school, or community group. We’ll give a slideshow about the species we work with and lives we change, answer questions, and provide materials for those who want to get involved.
Contribute to the growing body of knowledge surrounding conservation. Earn credits by crafting your own scientific study with guidance from EPI staff. The possibility are endless!
EPI offers numerous internship opportunities at our field sites in Costa Rica, Galapagos, Mexico, and Yellowstone. All interns must be bilingual and have proper documentation to live and work at the field site.
High school student interns have the opportunity to work in our office to earn financial aid towards their EPI tuition as well as gain first-hand experience with the operations of a non-profit organization. The student interns assist with administrative tasks and day-to-day office activities such as making copies, preparing mailings, data entry, and filing.
Do you have a unique skill that can help us create the next generation of conservation leaders? Contact us, let us know how you’d like to help, and we’ll put you to work!
To get word out about EPI, we are present at many community events. Give a couple hours of your time, chat with the public, and share your experiences!