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Get Involved: Durango (Area 15) - Interpretive Guide or Host

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Interpretive Guide or Host


Volunteers support the Wildlife Museum to provide activities and tours of the facility. Must enjoy working with children and people. No experience is necessary; training will be provided.

Time Commitment:

Attend group training (opportunities for 'shadowing' more experienced volunteers during first shifts). Determined at beginning of each season; shifts are 4 hours on both weekdays/weekends. Volunteers are typically asked to commit to a certain number of dates on a calendar at the beginning of the season, a minimum of at least 6 shifts is most helpful.

Volunteer Benefits:

Give back to your community while inspiring excitement of local wildlife and habitats, gain community with other volunteers with similar outdoor interests, become a valuable ambassador of wildlife management and CPW, enjoy opportunities for natural resources.

Education - Naturalist/Interpretive Programs, Education - Ambassador, Customer Service - Customer Service/Visitor Information, Wildlife - Wildlife Viewing, Customer Service - Greet and Orient Visitors, Outdoors and Community Science - Cultural History, Education - Teach Children, Education - School Programs, General - Ongoing Volunteering, Education - Teach Adults, Education - Education and Outreach
Durango (Area 15) Office

Ready to get involved?

Apply online to become a volunteer.

Questions? Contact Tiffany Hood
(970) 375-6744