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Volunteer Information Session

DATE: Nov. 20, 2019
TIME: 10:00 am – 11:30 am
PRICE: Submit application to register. Space is limited.


Interested in volunteering at Desert Botanical Garden? Volunteers are needed for the following positions this fall season and beyond.

  • Guest Guide: Greet Garden visitors with a friendly face, enhance their experience by providing trail guidance, map orientation, daily schedule information and more.
  • Discovery Guide: Share desert knowledge. and engage visitors with hands-on, multi-sensory experiences at Discovery Stations located throughout the Garden. Station topics range from cactus skeletons and birds to agave and more.
  • Docent: Spark wonder, and share desert knowledge with visitors, transforming their experience into one of discovery and meaning. Docents lead themed guided tours and facilitate Discovery Stations in the Garden.

All three positions have openings for weekends and weekdays shifts in both morning and afternoon.

If any of these volunteer opportunities sparked your interest, we’d love to invite you to fill out a Volunteer Application, and attend one of our Volunteer Information Sessions. You’ll learn all about becoming a Volunteer in the Garden. Click here to fill out an application today!

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