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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

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A brand new Center for Wildlife means we need more volunteers to help us provide the highest quality care and exceptional visitor experience.

Check out our Volunteer opportunities below!

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Nature Center Guide

NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME

Do you have a passion for local wildlife, and want to empower others to understand and appreciate the ecosystems we live in? Do you enjoy people and like spending time in a learning environment? Our newly created Nature Center Guide role serves as a friendly, informative face for visitors.

Volunteer Opportnities
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Wildlife Clinic Volunteer

 NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS 

The hands-on nature of our Wildlife Clinic Volunteer role is physically demanding, but also highly rewarding! This role provides essential supportive care including baby feeding, habitat maintenance, cleaning, and food preparation for nearly 200 local species. This is a great opportunity to learn about wildlife rehabilitation.

Ambassador Care Volunteer

 NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS 

Under the supervision of the Education and Outreach Department staff on shift, the Ambassador Care Volunteer is responsible for feeding ambassadors, cleaning enclosures, and assisting with enclosure maintenance as necessary. This is a non-paid, volunteer role available both weekdays and weekends.

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One-Time Opportunities

NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME

Our new facility offers the chance for more one-time volunteer opportunities. For groups looking for a one-time commitment, we offer regular workdays and project-based opportunities. Reach out to our Volunteer Coordinator via email (volunteer@thecenterforwildlife.org) for more information. Most opportunities are physical in nature and have age restrictions.

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Wildlife Hotline & Admissions

NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME

The Wildlife Hotline and Admissions Volunteer is a critical member of our clinic team. This role is responsible for assisting the public with situations involving wildlife,   specifically all aspects of incoming and outgoing Wildlife Hotline calls and the initial screening and triage of wildlife patient admissions.

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Pollinator and Food

Garden Volunteer

NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME

We’re amazing with animals, but could use your help with our garden! Our gardens are full of local species to support pollinators, feed our patients and ambassadors, and teach our visitors all about local plants. It can be physically demanding, but also highly rewarding to enjoy the gardens and share the beautiful space with visitors!

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Can't find what you're looking for? Email volunteer@thecenterforwildlife.org.

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