Volunteer Connection


The first pond cleanup of the year will be held on September 18th @ 11 am and the second will be September 25th at 11am! Scroll down for all information.



All LEAD Scholars must fill out the "Get Started" Link to volunteer with the organization. There is more information on where to find the link under the Pond 1-C section of this page.

How To Submit Hours for:

Get Connected!

Family weekend is coming up October 9th. If you want to volunteer, please see the link below. Sign ups end of the 17th of September!

Immerse is a creative city project that beings together downtown Orlando. It occurs between Friday, October 15th- Saturday, October 17th. Sign ups are linked below!

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Also, consider becoming a virtual tutor. Head to their website for additional information. 

Pond 1-C

Check every Monday for weekly opportunities on the @leaducf Instagram story!

Please send all comments and concerns to joseangelooro@gmail.com

"Come and help clean up the LEAD Scholars Adopt-A-Pond for an hour of service! You will need to fill out a risk management waiver in order to participate in this service opportunity. Meet up in the Lake Claire Parking Lot"

Waiver Instructions:

  • Click on the link and go to the Compliance site 

  • Under Step One, click on the "This Link" hyperlink to start the waiver.

  • If you get stuck 

    • Building/Site: Select “Other” and type Lake Claire Pond 1-C, put none for “Other Location”, and leave “Room Number” empty. 

    • Supervisor: Amanda Lindsay; email is nature@ucf.edu; phone is 407-823-1696

    • “My Volunteer assignment is a” - pick either one time or reccuring, it is up to you 

    • Put 1 for amount of hours 

    • Description: Clean up the Lake Claire Pond 1-C as part of the adopt-a-pond program 

    • No minor participants, no access to lab or research stuff

  • Keep going until it says “all done” 


All volunteers must fill out the risk management form and show up in closed toed shoes (no Crocs) to be able to volunteer.


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