The SAVE THE FROGS! movement will succeed in direct proportion to the extent that we involve and empower as many people as possible. As such, we actively develop ways to incorporate volunteers into our efforts. Volunteering has numerous benefits for those who step forward to help. Volunteers gain valuable real world environmental experience, expand their professional network, make the world a better place for frogs and humans, and likely enjoy themselves as well!
By volunteering you will be joining a highly trained, elite crew of frog savers. Your mission: to protect amphibian populations and to promote a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife. Please look through the following volunteer positions and fill out the volunteer application form only if you are dedicated to amphibians AND reliable. Thank you for your interest in frog conservation!
SAVE THE FROGS! is the world’s most effective amphibian conservation organization. We work in California, across the USA and around the world to protect amphibian populations and to promote a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife. SAVE THE FROGS! seeks a Social Media Coordinator to help us permeate the internet with environmental education and to represent and promote our brand on social media sites. As Social Media Coordinator, you would manage at least one social media channel and independently study social media strategies.
SAVE THE FROGS! Volunteer Artist Jordan Aucoin representing in Florida.
SAVE THE FROGS! seeks a talented video editor to assist us in preparing videos to add to the SAVE THE FROGS! YouTube Channel and the SAVE THE FROGS! website (www.savethefrogs.com) to promote our efforts and to educate people about amphibians. In many cases, we already have the footage; we merely need intros, outros and logos added. There are also opportunities for creating films from scratch, or by making use of our archives of photos and videos. This is a volunteer position and we seek someone with demonstrated experience editing film. Volunteer can be based anywhere in the world and should be able to dedicate at least three hours per week to this position. Volunteer should have their own video editing software and also access to Skype to facilitate project discussions.
Photo of Green & Golden Bell Frog (Litoria aurea) by SAVE THE FROGS! Volunteer Dr. Kaya Klop-Toker
The mission of SAVE THE FROGS! is to protect amphibian populations and to promote a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife. As a SAVE THE FROGS! volunteer, you play an important role in enabling SAVE THE FROGS! to accomplish our mission as rapidly as possible.
The satisfaction that comes from assisting an important cause;
Gaining new knowledge and developing new skills; and
Meeting like-minded people and expanding your professional network
The success of SAVE THE FROGS! (STF!) depends on the hard work, dedication, and integrity of everyone in our community. As an STF! volunteer you agree to work in good faith to help us achieve our mission. This document outlines the Code of Conduct for all persons volunteering their service to SAVE THE FROGS!. If you cannot agree to any of these principles, then volunteering for SAVE THE FROGS! is not for you.
Volunteers in Bangladesh, Save The Frogs Day 2014, BSMARU
Introduction We are pleased to announce the formation of the SAVE THE FROGS! Fundraising Committee, whose mission is to strategize and implement actions that will increase the annual revenues of SAVE THE FROGS!, such that we can fund the multitude of projects we have in the USA and worldwide and thus achieve the massive potential we have built up through our worldwide network of extremely talented and dedicated staff and volunteers.
The Fundraising Committee will be comprised of a team of approximately ten frog enthusiasts led by SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger. The Fundraising Committee is currently accepting applications, and we encourage all dedicated fundraisers to apply.
Night Spirit Frog (Leptopelis spiritusnoctis), Ankasa National Park, Ghana. Photo by Dr. Kerry Kriger, who has helped raise over $1,000,000 for amphibian conservation efforts.
SAVE THE FROGS! seeks a frog loving volunteer with experience in teaching English as a foreign language, to provide one-on-one or group lessons to SAVE THE FROGS! volunteers who are interested in improving their English skills. SAVE THE FROGS! is an international organization with numerous volunteers based in non-English speaking countries. Many of these volunteers … Continue reading Volunteer Opportunity: Teacher of English as a Foreign Language
SAVE THE FROGS! is looking for an experienced graphic designer to assist in our marketing campaigns and in creating frog-themed merchandise and educational materials. Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign is essential. The frog loving graphic designer would work directly with SAVE THE FROGS! staff to create eye-catching digital and printed materials that would … Continue reading Volunteer Opportunity: Graphic Designer
SAVE THE FROGS! seeks a dedicated volunteer to process digital entries from the SAVE THE FROGS! Art Contest. This position requires a responsible frog enthusiast who appreciates seeing original art from around the world. To volunteer, you can live anywhere so long as you have good internet. This position requires two hours per week. If … Continue reading Volunteer Opportunity: Art Contest Assistant
Do you love frogs and want to learn first hand how nonprofit organizations are managed, while meeting lots of new contacts in the amphibian conservation world and providing significant assistance to your favorite frog-saving charity?
Are you are organized, responsible, and dependable?
Do you have basic technology skills and a willingness to learn what you don’t yet know?
Do you have a solid internet connection?
Do you have four hours per week to volunteer over the next three months?
If you answered YES! to all those questions, then you should consider applying to be an Executive Assistant for SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger. If chosen as the successful applicant, you will assist Dr. Kriger on a variety of tasks that can be done from your home computer from anywhere in the world. You will learn many new skills and have a much more in-depth understanding of amphibian conservation and the multitude of ways one can save the frogs and the planet.
Applications are currently being accepted.
Western Spadefoot (Pelobates cultripes) photo taken by Dr. Kerry Kriger west of Salamanca, Spain.
SAVE THE FROGS! seeks a native English speaker to occasionally review and edit grant proposals and other writing prepared by our volunteers from non-English speaking countries. This position requires a responsible frog enthusiast who has a couple hours per month to assist on a case by case basis. Volunteer must enjoy reading and writing, have … Continue reading Volunteer Opportunity: Proofreader
FrogWatch USA is a citizen science program of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) that provides individuals, groups, and families with an opportunity to learn about wetlands in their communities and report data on the calls of local frogs and toads. Data have been collected since 1998 from every state in the United States. … Continue reading Volunteer with FrogWatch and help Save The Frogs