School Program Docent Training
Join us for a full day training (lunch included) to learn how to assist with field trip stations at our interpretive sites!
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Interpretive Docents are trained volunteers that work under the direction and supervision of Park Staff to provide quality learning experiences for visitors at parks, visitor centers, historic sites and interpretive facilities. Interpretive Docent Volunteers assist park staff in facilitating audience-centered experiences with an emphasis on skills needed to lead school field trip activities.
Park Locations that host school programs:
>Anderson Lake/Coyote Creek*
>Casa Grande/Almaden Quicksilver Mining Museum*
>Chitactac Adams Heritage County Park*
>Martial Cottle Park*
*currently recruiting for new docents
Requirements: Candidates will also be required to complete a background check (Live Scan) paid for by the Parks Department, an outside employment/incompatible activities form, and a one-hour online sexual harassment prevention training as part of their onboarding process.
Expected Hours of Service: Minimum 2-4 shifts per month during the months school is in session or 48 volunteer hours per year.