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Volunteer Application

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Center for Wildlife! Volunteers are the backbone of the Center and provide valuable care and support to our staff, interns, and apprentices so that together, we can achieve our mission of building a sustainable future for wildlife. Whether you are interested in volunteering in our medical clinic with dishes and laundry, helping on our education committee, or promoting our fundraising efforts, we are grateful for your support!

Please complete each of the fields below. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

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Based on the role you are interested in, this could include prior wildlife/animal handling experience, public speaking, educating, fundraising, writing, technical skills, use of power tools, etc.
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We prefer to maintain similar schedules each week, but can be flexible to accommodate other commitments (family, job, school, etc.)
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The Center for Wildlife may conduct a background or reference check (or both). If so, then you agree to cooperate fully in those procedures. By entering your name above, you state that you understand the policies outlined and agree to follow them while volunteering at the Center for Wildlife. All volunteers must be at least 18 years of age. The Center for Wildlife reserves the right to terminate the volunteer contract at any given time. Volunteers must abide by the rules and regulations as stated in the Center for Wildlife handbook and Wildlife Rehabilitators Code of Ethics. Volunteers are required to follow instructions and directions given to them by staff and supervisors. All volunteers must have signed the Hold Harmless form and have up to date paperwork with emergency contact numbers. All volunteers must have had a tetanus shot in the last 5-10 years. All volunteers must sign up in advance for a scheduled time and if circumstances prevent them from attending, must notify a staff member by calling Center for Wildlife as soon as possible. If a volunteer is injured at the Center for Wildlife, they agree to notify a staff member immediately. No visitors are to accompany a volunteer unless a staff member is notified ahead of time, and visitors are only allowed to visit educational animals that are on display. Patients in the clinic are off-limits to any visitors, no exceptions!