Become part of an enthusiastic community that shares your passion. Volunteers are critical in all parts of Hunter Outreach - Statewide. Volunteer today!
Support an individual hunt or the Hunter Outreach program at large. Examples of support include: equipment maintenance or loading, pre-hunt meal preparation, or general office support. Must be registered as a CPW volunteer and attend volunteer orientation. This position functions as a support role and does not participate on hunts, seminars, or skills clinics.
Huntmasters are needed to plan, run and organize youth and novice hunts/events for the program. Once the Huntsman has completed their three evaluated events, one of which must be from an overnight hunt, and has been approved by the Hunter Outreach Coordinator, they are now ready to attend a two day Huntmaster Course which will focus on the education and skills needed to plan, organize and run an event.
Mentor youth and novice hunters. Lead and manage hunts across the state. This volunteer opportunity requires additional training and certification. Please register here: http://cpw.state.co.us/learn/Pages/OutreachHuntsmaster.aspx
Senior Huntmasters assist in management of the program by serving on policy boards, providing recommendations for program improvement and assisting with instruction of student Huntsman/Huntmasters. To become eligible for Senior Huntmaster, a Huntmaster must have organized and run a minimum of five hunts/events as lead Huntmaster. They must also have taught a minimum of one skills clinic/seminar, or a Huntsman Course and be certified as in instructor in a minimum of two skills disciplines. He/she must then be formally recommended by a current Senior Huntmaster. The recommendation will then be sent to and voted on by the rest of the Senior Huntmasters. If approved, the State or Regional Outreach Coordinator will then give final approval based upon the recommendations and the performance of the Huntmaster in the field.