The Lemur Conservation Network is actively recruiting volunteers for the following positions.
- Zoo outreach
Help us save lemurs from extinction! LCN volunteers are active parts of our team, regularly involved in our team meetings, and recognized on our website and social media. We appreciate that volunteers have other obligations — for school, work, and family. Your manager will work with you to develop a project timeline that works for you. All work is completed remotely, including meetings with other LCN staff.
To apply to any of these positions, please email email@example.com with relevant samples, resume, and why you are interested in the position.
Last updated October 4, 2023
The Lemur Conservation Network is looking for photographers with photographs of lemurs or Madagascar who will give us permission to share their photos on our website and social media. We always credit the photographer and can include links to your website or social profiles if you like. Photographs can be taken at zoos or in Madagascar. Photographs of other animal or plant species that are unique to Madagascar are also welcome.
The Lemur Conservation Network is looking for illustrators to feature on our TeeSpring store. This store is used to raise funds for our outreach and education activities. We currently sell t-shirts, other apparel, pillows, and stickers. See TeeSpring for product availability. We are looking for each illustrator to create one to three designs. Illustrations of lemurs, as well as other animal or plant species that are unique to Madagascar will be considered.
This position is especially needed from May through September to prepare for the World Lemur festival. Artists can choose to donate all proceeds to LCN or be paid $2 per item sold. Demonstrated skill and experience in creating graphic illustrations is required for this position.
The Lemur Conservation Network is looking for a volunteer who works in primate care or education at an AZA-accredited zoo in the USA. This volunteer will conduct outreach about lemur conservation and the Lemur Conservation Network to other zoo staff via AZA forums, AAZK Facebook groups, and other online venues. There may be a small stipend available for this position, and if you do not already have an AZA membership, LCN can pay for your membership (Funds available are TBD based on grants received).
The Lemur Conservation Network is looking for a volunteer to research fundraising opportunities and work with LCN’s Director to identify relevant grants. Experience in fundraising is preferred but not required for this position.