vOlunteer coordinator and organizational Culture volunteering

Joining us for a Volunteer Coordinator and Organizational Culture volunteering will give you the opportunity to fully immerse yourself in the community and conservation philosophy. You will research and implement ways to update the philosophy as we are constantly improving and refining everything we do. You’ll learn all the skills necessary to work with a non-profit that places its focus on community relations, conservation and stewardship, focused around our Six Principles of Personal Development, Nature Connection, Nature Conservation, Self-Sufficiency, Empowerment and Consciousness and Awareness.

Your three main responsibilities for organizational culture volunteering

  • Conduct research that will lead to the positive development of our community and conservation philosophy

  • Live by the community philosophy and share this with visitors, other volunteers and community members

  • Update your knowledge of the philosophy on an ongoing basis

Your contribution

  • Research how the community can effectively cultivate our philosophy among our community partners and visitors to create a collaborative culture
  • Seek to develop a work environment that promotes strong community partner ideals
  • Refine the process for guiding visitors and community partners through exercises and activities that encourage high-level self-actualization, contribution to conservation and personal growth. Explain these through our philosophy
  • Be a mentor guide yourself. Encourage community partners to participate and grow in their journey to empowerment
  • Learn about and implement our Six Principles of Nature Connection, Nature Conservation, Personal Development, Self-Sufficiency, Empowerment and Consciousness and Awareness
Organizational culture volunteering

Interested in this volunteering opportunity for university?

If you want to complete this volunteering for a required university internship, you can make it a practicum. Find out more:

Want to see where you'll be volunteering?

Take a look at Chilcotin Ark Institute’s website to see the conservation philosophy and more of what you’ll be getting involved with:

If you are joining us from outside Canada, you will need a valid working holiday visa or a co-op visa, through the International Experience Canada program. Find out more on our hands on opportunities page:

If you aren’t able to get an International Experience Canada visa, you can join us by completing a training program. Take a look at our training page for more information:

Are you ready for more in life?

Join us on the trail to empowerment towards a greater sense of self-confidence, courage and initiative. Find a greater connection with nature and yourself. Develop your leadership skills in a unique environment where you can evolve with a positive mindset by facing challenges and pushing yourself out of your comfort zone.