Current Openings

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In addition to our traditional methods of recruiting volunteers, we need local volunteers that are familiar with their community and organizations that promote volunteerism.


How to become a Volunteer Recruiter:

  • Attend an online training session with WREN

  • Locate potential organizations, businesses, groups, etc. that would allow you to present about WREN's volunteer needs

  • Use provided template as needed to present or promote in person or virtually

  • Continue to work with WREN with recruiting new volunteers and promoting our educational events and campaigns if interested



WREN needs assistance researching the following topics:

  • Eco-friendly practices

  • Latest updates and news articles relevant to our native wildlife in Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee

  • Coexisting and conflict resolutions regarding humans and wildlife

  • Potential sponsors and vendors

  • Grants

  • Any updates to rehab policies and state and federal wildlife regulations

  • Statistics for wildlife trauma resulting from human activity

  • And more 

This only requires a few hours every week or every month. You can even sign up for just one project if you desire. We constantly need assistance with gathering information relevant to our mission. Any help is appreciated.


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Public Relations Volunteer

  • Assist WREN with contacting via cold calling and/ or e-mailing potential resources including:

    • Donors

    • Sponsors

    • Vendors

    • Rehabilitators

    • Veterinary personnel

    • Presenters

    • And more

  • Only need to commit to a few hours a week or every other week. 

  • WREN will provide contact information, resources to research, and a template for speaking on behalf of WREN. 

  • Looking for candidates that can represent WREN in a favorable, professional, and affable manner.


Future Positions - Sign up for training

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THIS PROGRAM WILL START POSSIBLY IN SPRING OF 2021. Training starts in fall of 2020. Young wild animals are often mistaken for orphans and are kidnapped by well-meaning individuals. Removing a young wild animal from their natural habitat decreases their chances of surviving and their ability to later thrive in their natural world. Many animals are able to be reunited with their parents successfully. But often individuals do not feel comfortable doing so. That's where you can step in to assist! We will train our existing volunteers how to assess the situation, reunite if able, educate the public about the natural history of our wild neighbors, and provide coexisting tips. 


How to become a WREN Responder:

  • Attend in person training workshops (postponed until 2021 due to Covid-19)

  • Sign up for required online lectures for further education (coming soon)

  • Work with a local rehabber, veterinary personnel, or WREN with each case to determine the best course of action

  • Agree to abide by state, federal, and WREN rules and regulations 

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TRAINING PENDING AVAILABLE SHIFTS. TRAINING ONLY. NO OFFICIAL POSITIONS UNTIL POSSIBLY 2021. We appreciate the need for a wildlife hotline that can reduce the burden on wildlife rehabbers and veterinary personnel while providing immediate assistance to the public. We do not currently have the ability to train volunteers ourselves. But thanks to AHNow, we were connected with a volunteer organization that assists the public with wildlife emergencies and conflict resolutions. They have agreed to let our volunteers to sign up for a virtual shift when and if available to receive training. 

  • Live chat or hotline volunteers
  • Eighteen years of age

  • Have telephone service and Internet access

  • Commit two hours a week sometime between 8 am to 11 pm eastern time zone

  • Complete 6-hour online training and attend volunteer orientation (virtually)

Our future goal is to possibly have a similar program with hotline shifts and live chats depending on volunteer interest and funding.​