Teen volunteer program at Woodland Park Zoo
If you are interested in engaging in conservation action through learning, teaching and connecting with other teens from around the city, then ZooCorps is for you!
ZooCorps offers teens a unique opportunity to increase their knowledge of animals and habitats, expand their conservation awareness, and develop useful job skills in a collaborative and fun learning environment at the Zoo and in the community.
Teach zoo visitors of all ages about animals*, their habitats and conservation efforts
Participate in conservation projects in the zoo and out in the community
Gain experience in visitor engagements, education, teamwork, leadership and job skills
Volunteer year-round and receive on-going education and training
Engage in conservation action opportunities (including habitat restoration, citizen science and climate change projects) with other teens from around the city
Are important members of Woodland Park Zoo's community
*Note: hands-on contact and direct work with animals IS NOT a key feature of the volunteer program
Be at least 14 years of age and in the 9th or 10th grade by the time of application
Able to attend the mandatory 2016 training dates listed below:
- March 19 (Orientation with parents/guardians)
- March 26, April 9, April 23, April 30, May 7 and May 14
- AND one of the following: May 15, May 21, May 22 or May 29
Able to commit to 5 days of service per month during the summer (June - August) and 2 days of service per month during the school year (September - May)
APPLICATIONS ARE CLOSED FOR 2016
Please check back in December for the 2017 application.
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If you cannot find the answers to your questions about volunteering or need additional help please contact program staff at 206.548.2450
ZooCorps Teen Program staff at 206.548.2699 or email@example.com