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Join Our Team:

Jobs and Volunteering at One Hundred Miles

Whether it’s for a few hours a week, once a year at a special event, or something in between, your time makes a difference for our coast. Volunteers are needed to assist with office tasks, to help with special events and education/community outreach, and as members of select committees. We cannot do our work without volunteers like you!

To learn more, please call (912) 580-6939 or email Kelly Patton, Membership and Outreach Coordinator.

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

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Shell-e-brate Spring Festival
April 6-7 (10am-4pm; half day shifts)
Georgia Sea Turtle Center, Jekyll Island 

We need two volunteers to help co-manage and run One Hundred Miles’ education/outreach booth.

Responsibilities include:
– Set up booth with OHM materials before event starts
– Be an OHM Ambassador: Educate the public about One Hundred Miles – who we are and the mission projects we are working on to protect our coast
– Manage eco-friendly craft or educational game
– Encourage the public to sign-up for our mailing list and join as a member
– Sell OHM merchandise
– Break down booth with OHM materials after the event

Interested in helping? Email Kelly for more information. 

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Earth Day Savannah
Forsyth Park

Saturday, April 15 (11am-4pm; half day shifts)

We need two to three volunteers to help One Hundred Miles staff manage our education/outreach booth at Earth Day Savannah.

Responsibilities include:
– Set up booth with OHM materials before event starts
– Help with crafts and interactive activities for all ages
– Encourage the public to sign-up for our mailing list and join as a member
– Manage eco-friendly craft or educational game
– Sell OHM merchandise
– Break down booth with OHM materials after the event
– Have fun!

Interested in helping? Email Kelly for more information. 

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March for Science
Brunswick and Savannah
Earth Day, April 22, 2017
Locations and Times TBD

Join us! On April 22, we are co-organizing a March for Science through the streets of Brunswick and Savannah.

This Earth Day, join the global effort to defend the vital public service role science plays in our coastal communities and our world. Science serves all of us. It protects our air and water, preserves our planet, saves lives with medical treatments, creates new industries, puts food on our tables, educates the next generation, and safeguards our future.

We’ll need volunteers to join our poster making party and help rally coastal citizens to march with us! If you’re interested in volunteering in Brunswick, email Kelly for more information and Paulita for Savannah. 


Stay tuned for these exciting volunteer programs in 2017: 

  • Regular Volunteer Nights
  • Volunteer Appreciation Dinner, April 2017
  •  One Hundred Miles “Citizen Advocate” Program
  • And more!