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Summer Volunteer Opportunities


Commitment

Volunteering can be a rewarding activity, but it is also a serious commitment. Volunteering requires that you will be willing to learn, be reliable, and be responsible.

  • Volunteer one or two days a week Monday-Friday from 8am-6pm

  • Participants volunteer 6-8 hours a week

  • Volunteer a minimum of 40 hours (between June 12th thru Aug 7th; no service hours will be released until 40 hours have been completed)

  • One absence during the 8-week commitment 

  • Students will wear a Sequoia Volunteer shirt with black pants during their shift (shirt provided)

  • Limited hours available on weekends

  • 1 unplanned absence

Please consider carefully whether this time commitment will fit your schedule as the departments depend on their volunteers.

Volunteer Opportunities and Roles

Our High School Volunteer roles include assignments in the Gift Shop; Information Desk areas; and Administrative areas. Students placed at the Information Desk areas escort visitors; provide directions; or run errands. Gift Shop volunteers assist customers; restock merchandise; etc.  High School Volunteers are not allowed to shadow, observe, or conduct research.

Time Commitment

  • Year-Round Program: The minimum commitment is 100 hours - one shift per week for 3-4 hours, for 6 continuous months.   

  • Summer Program: The minimum commitment is 40 hours - one or two shifts per week for 6-8 hours, for 8 continuous weeks.

Next Steps:

  • Complete application and send to:
  • Attend Information meeting (Tuesday, May 9 from 3:30–5:30pm)
    • We explain our program, requirements, expectations, and volunteer roles.  
    • The session lasts about 1 - 2 hours. Individuals also provide information about themselves including motivation, interests, and availability.

  • Successful background check (for applicants over the age of 18) or provide Parental Consent form for applicants age 16 – 18)

  • Health Screening (TB test / vaccines):  All perspective volunteers will need to bring their immunization records to be reviewed by our Employee Health nurse

  • Complete Volunteer Orientation:  After the 4 requirements (above) are completed, individuals attend a 2 hour orientation to review policies, and additional program information. At orientation, information about picking up a badge, access to parking, uniform, and logging volunteer hours are discussed.