Orange County Government, Florida

eVIP

Environmental volunteer and internship program

Get Started

As a member of the eVIP (environmental Volunteer and Internship Program) you can be involved in activities such as:

For more information on the eVIP program check out this brochure or access our up-to-date newsletter, highlighting upcoming volunteer opportunities.

To become an eVIP member, please fill out this volunteer application and return by either email, mail, or in person to the eVIP Coordinator at the Orange County Environmental Protection Division Office.

Internships

Orange County eVIP isn't only great for volunteer opportunities, but it can also help you get your foot in the door with an internship.
To get more information on internship opportunities thru the eVIP program please access our flier. If interested, please fill out the eVIP Internship Application return by either email, mail, or in person to the eVIP Coordinator at the Orange County Environmental Protection Division Office.

LAKEWATCH: A Volunteer Water Quality
Monitoring Program

Help keep our surface water clean! Orange County is partnering with the UF/ IFAS LAKEWATCH program to train and equip volunteers to test the water quality of local lakes. Volunteers will need to have lake access (i.e. a canoe or watercraft) to collect samples from 3 interior sites in the lake and transportation to deliver water samples to one of the LAKEWATCH drop-off locations. The time commitment for this opportunity is a few hours each month for 1 year+. Email Volunteer Coordinator at evip@ocfl.net for more information.

Additional information can be found at the following links:

Contact Us

Environmental Protection Division
3165 McCrory Place, Suite 200
Orlando, FL 32803

Email: evip@ocfl.net
Phone: (407) 836-1400
Fax: (407) 836-1499
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