Youth Volunteering



CedarBridge students use logs to cantilever a large Pride of India trunk from the road way to Paget Marsh during a National Trust clean-up of the area. (Photo by Mark Tatem)

The AIM programme is designed to Activate, Inspire and Motivate students through volunteering in our open spaces, in our historic

buildings, during events and holiday camps. It gives students the opportunity to fulfill their community service requirements with meaningful charitable giving.

Combining community service, education and the great outdoors facilitates youth development, character building and career opportunities.

AIM provides a wide range of options for volunteering, from clearing invasive species in our nature reserves, helping at events, being a holiday camp counselor to painting railings surrounding an historic cemetery.  Every activity brings students into contact with their natural or cultural heritage, under the direction of a knowledgeable supervisor, and aims to  inspires in them a desire to protect our shared heritage.

To register for the AIM programme please fill in the online application form  Gmail account is not required to complete form.

Come and join our cause, learn new skills, explore new places and meet new people!

Youth Eco/Garden Club

Eco/Garden Club students at Waterville

Do you have a passion for gardening or are looking to fulfil your student volunteer hours?

Then our Youth Eco/Garden Club is perfect for you!

In partnership with Government House.

Sign up now and learn about seeds and propagation of plants. Get involved in the planting of endemic and native plants and learn interesting facts about Bermuda’s plants and animals. It’s rewarding, exciting and fun! Gmail account is not required to complete form.

The club meets every Friday from 4.00pm – 6.00pm at Government House Garden

Suitable for students ages 12 and up. For more information, please contact Myles Darrell, Head of Natural Heritage,

This is a free club, but registration is mandatory.

Download the Eco Club Flyer

Saltus students clearing invasive plants at Butterfield Nature Reserve

At Sherwin Nature Reserve