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Jacksonville Volunteer Orientation and Social

  • July 24
  • SJRK Jacksonville Office, 2800 University Blvd. N., Jacksonville, FL 32211 (Marine Science Research Institute Building)
Jacksonville Volunteer Orientation and Social

Did you know that the St. Johns Riverkeeper’s Jacksonville Office is located on the Campus of Jacksonville University? Come join us upstairs in the Marine Science Research Institute Building and learn how you can help the St. Johns Riverkeeper. We will have volunteer orientation to get you informed on all the ways that you can help.

Stay after for a beverage and socialize with some seasoned volunteers while they share their experiences on our Observation Deck overlooking the St. Johns River. Volunteer Training 6-7pm; Social 7-8pm

RSVP here.

Directions when arriving on campus
Turn into the main entrance of JU at Merrill Road. Follow Dolphin Drive towards the river. You will go down a big hill past a big parking lot and then turn right on River Road. Take your first left across from the baseball complex. The Marine Science Research Institute will be straight ahead. We are on the second floor at the top of the stairs. Parking available in the grass area next to road. Campus map The MSRI building is #13 on the map.

  • Volunteer Orientation 6-7pm, Social 7-8pm
  • Contact Volunteer Program Manager Megan Riggs: (904) 256-7908 or Megan@StJohnsRiverkeeper.org
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