Volunteer with WWF

An WWF volunteer gets a petition signed in the streets of Sydney, Australia. rel=
An WWF volunteer gets a petition signed in the streets of Sydney, Australia.
© Mitch Richards / WWF
WWF-Australia offers a limited number of volunteer and internship placements each year. We work in partnership with a number of leading Australian and international universities to offer a select number of student or post-graduate placements at one of our WWF offices.

As an intern, you will work as part of a team in the areas of conservation, marketing and communications or fundraising in accordance with your field of study.

Our placements offer practical experience into the daily operations of a not for profit conservation organisation and opportunities to work side by side with WWF staff many of whom are leaders in their fields of expertise. Our interns come from a diverse range of backgrounds bringing with them fresh insights that add value to our organisation.

If you are interested in a volunteer or internship position relating to your field of study, please contact your university’s internship specialist.


WWF-Australia holds a number of exciting promotional and educational events throughout the year. In 2011, it was the work of our volunteers that made events such as Earth Hour, the Ice Bear Project and the Born To Be Wild IMAX release a real success. Such opportunities will be advertised either on this site, Facebook or via Twitter.

In the meantime, groups such as Conservation Volunteers Australia and Go Volunteer offer other opportunities to volunteer your time and expertise.

Other ways to support WWF

Community Events
Be a part of the Team Panda Volunteer Squad and help us support our fundraisers at Community Events. The natural world is in trouble, but if we all take action we can make a difference. By volunteering at any of our community events you are showing your support for our supporters and our vital work – tackling the most serious environmental challenges facing the planet.

Contact us at teampanda@wwf.org.au to register your interest.

Campaigning
As well as your financial support, WWF invites you to add your voice to ours to ensure a sustainable future for the environment.

For more details on how to attract the attention of the world’s decision-makers, visit our Take Action pages.
David Gregory and Nick Stacher - Volunteers who are now making an ongoing contribution as staff to ... 
	© Julie Chaise / WWF-Aus
David Gregory and Nick Stacher - Volunteers who are now making an ongoing contribution as staff to WWF-Australia.
© Julie Chaise / WWF-Aus