Fish & Wildlife Volunteers — Fish Education & Hunter Education Programs
Volunteers Needed To Get Kids Hooked On Fishing!
NJDEP Fish & Wildlife needs volunteers at the Pequest Trout Hatchery and Natural Resource Education Center to teach youths about fishing.
Teaching experience is helpful—but not required—to become a fishing education instructor. However, enthusiasm, energy and the desire to teach children proper fishing techniques and ethics is a must!
Fishing classes run from April through October. Interested applicants must become a Wildlife Conservation Corps (WCC) volunteer. Download a WCC application from our website at:
Share the pleasures of fishing and pass on a conservation ethic to the next generation. Become a fishing education instructor today!
For more information on NJ Fish & Wildlife’s fishing education programs, call Jessica Griglak at 908-637-4125 ext. 115, or e-mail
Beat The Fall Rush! –Take Your Hunter Education
Class This Spring!
Hunter Education has GONE ONLINE!
You're just 5 steps away from hunting in NJ
- Complete the online course at huntercourse.com/usa/newjersey/.
- Pass the test and print your voucher
- Register for a live fire session at NJFishandWildlife.com/hunteredregistration.htm
- Attend a live fire session.
- BUY YOUR LICENSE!
NOTE: The New Jersey Study Guide/Workbook will NOT be accepted.
For more information, visit
Questions, email [email protected] or call the Hunter Education office at 856-629-0552.