Year-Round Teen Volunteer Roles
Teen volunteers ages 13 and up play a key role in animal care and providing and engaging and fun visitor experience throughout the year. If you are interested in volunteering with us in a year-round or school year position, please review the volunteer opportunities below and fill out our General Volunteer Application Form
Training is provided for individuals or groups of people interested in volunteer positions that require guidance and specialized instruction
Summer Volunteer Positions
Teen volunteers play a key role in our summer programs. The application window for our 2021 Summer Teen Volunteer Program has now closed. Our next opportunities for Teen Volunteers will open up during the 2021-2022 school year.
If you are over 13 years old and you are interested in volunteering with us over the summer NEXT YEAR, please check back here in early spring 2022 for our summer volunteer opportunities, and fill out the Summer Teen Volunteer Application Form when it goes live and submit it, along with the General Volunteer Application.
Mandatory training sessions are provided for all Summer Teen Volunteers.
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