There is always room for individuals with professional skills on the AWF team, and by assisting with the necessary operations of a nonprofit you will help ensure that AWF biologists and educators have more time to dedicate towards the organization's programs. Whether you have experience in accounting, graphic design, non-profit law, or song writing, AWF wants to hear from you. Please fill out our Professional Volunteer Form and we will contact you to discuss opportunities for getting involved.
AWF often invites students to assist with field and lab work. Internships vary each year and can range from short ‘off-season’ work to full summer field positions. The work is varied, and can include whale behavioral observations, fluke matching, sound analyses and prey sampling. If you are interested in interning with AWF please fill out our Internship Form and we will contact you with more information as opportunities arise.