Nature Canada

Photography Data Entry Volunteer


Nature Canada is the oldest national nature conservation charity in Canada. Over nearly 80 years, we’ve helped protect over 110 million acres of parks and wildlife areas in Canada and the countless species that depend on this habitat. Today, we represent a network of over 175,000 members & supporters and more than 1200 nature organizations in every province across Canada.

Nature Canada’s mission is to protect and conserve nature in Canada by engaging Canadians and by advocating on behalf of nature. Volunteers play an integral role in protecting Canada’s green spaces, every minute volunteers contribute to positive change for nature in Canada.

Position Title

Photography Data Entry Volunteer


Development & Communications

Position Description

Nature Canada is looking for self-motivated and detail-oriented individuals to assist with a photography data entry project. The volunteer will assist with downloading, organizing and compiling data on all of the beautiful photography submissions for the 2023 Nature Photo Contest.

Project Description

Our 2023 Nature Photo Contest is a celebration of the plants and animals, landscapes, and nature moments that bring us joy and happiness. Our hope is to encourage more Canadians to get outdoors and to connect with nature across the summer months. It is a simple way for everyone to explore nature whether nearby in their NatureHood, at their cottage, or during their summer vacation. Canadian photographers across the country will be submitting their artwork for a chance to win prizes and be featured in the Nature Canada 2024 Calendar.

Timeframe: Part-time Temporary (Remote)

Volunteers are asked to commit to 2-4 hour shifts once or twice a week throughout May-September.

Required Qualifications

The successful candidate should have some experience working with basic computer programs, including excel. The applicant will need to be able to work in a small but dynamic and fast-moving work environment. Either work or school experience in administration, advertising, or fundraising would be considered an asset to this position.


Build your resume and gain experience working at a national environmental non-profit, while developing transferable professional data entry and computer skills. A great way to improve typing proficiency, as well as learn species and identification of Canadian wildlife.

To Apply

Interested individuals should send a résumé and a cover letter describing their interest in the position, how their past experience will be an asset, and how this position will help them toward reaching their professional goals to: Angela Seabert at by May 19, 2023.

No calls please. We thank all candidates for their interest, but we will only contact those selected for an interview.

We encourage applications from members of equity-seeking groups. Nature Canada is committed to a workplace free from discrimination, harassment and intimidation where everyone can participate safely, freely and confidently.

Want to Help?

Canada’s wilderness is the world’s envy. It’s our duty to keep our true north strong and green.