Do you love animals and people? Are you passionate about wildlife and wild habitats? Would you like to be a part of the Saint Louis Zoo's efforts to help our visitors and the greater community understand and appreciate nature?
If you have a sincere interest in animals and conservation, enjoy working with people, and are enthusiastic and dependable, our Volunteer Programs are for you. Would you like to make a positive impact in our Zoo? Volunteering at the San Francisco Zoo can be a fun, educational and rewarding experience.
Teen Docents give tours to elementary school children to help them learn how to look at and talk about art. The program is open to students enrolled in a Coachella Valley high school during the school year. Participants come to the museum for three weeks in August to learn art history, public speaking, tour development and how to have fun at the museum.
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The Urban Roots Teen Docent program works with students from Al Raby High School who prepare themselves to become Conservatory docents and experts at presenting our extraordinary plant collection to visitors. The program connects the Al Raby teens to over 3, school field trip visitors annually through our amazing plants in our collection. Scholl Foundation, and Fairlife.
The Dallas Museum of Art invites organizations to experience the Museum's educational programs and interact with visitors of all ages through group volunteer opportunites. Availability is limited and all interested groups must fill out an interest form here. Please contact volunteers DMA.
Because of exhibition and spring break schedules, we only have five weeks in the new exhibition When the Curtain Never Comes Down before the students will be giving their final tours. But it will all be worth it on May 19th when the teen docents lead their own engaging, carefully-crafted conversations about performance art! They learned a little bit about the inner workings of the museum and heard about arts careers they may not have known about before their visit.
An Ogden Museum Teen Docent will learn to lead tours of the museum, serve as counselors for Ogden Museum summer camps, and participate in an outreach program aimed at bringing art to children who are not able to visit the museum. Through encounters with artist, workshops, and visits to other cultural institutions, Teen Docents will also broaden their knowledge of the arts and related career fields. This program provides teens with a safe, creative environment for out-of-school hours, resume-quality job experience, and a stipend, while the Museum gains the benefit of formally trained summer programming assistants. The Education Department will review all applications.
Remember Me. Confirm new password. Salisbury Zoo is looking for enthusiastic people to help encourage an appreciation of wildlife and promote conservation of our natural world by educating visitors about animals, nature, and conservation.
Docents are specially trained volunteers who give educational talks, act as guides, and are stationed throughout the Zoo to provide information to visitors about the Zoo and its animal collection. Being a TBZ docent is an enriching, rewarding, and social experience. These are highly selective and prestigious positions.