HELP FEED THE DINOSAURS
No experience necessary! Training is part of the volunteers’ unique experience!
Why Does the Dinosaur Discovery Site Need Volunteers?
Your volunteering can help offset the operating costs as well as provide museum patrons and yourself with many exceptional experiences.
WHAT DO VOLUNTEERS DO?
- Discovery Site Greeters
These volunteers welcome the public to the facility, and provide handouts and information. Our greeters also monitor access to the facility and help protect exhibits and natural resources.
- Discovery Site Track Guides (Docents)
These volunteers provide educational tours of the facility to the general public and to special groups. Volunteers attend training meetings and will have the opportunity to learn about geology and paleontology of the area.
- Preparation Lab Volunteers
These volunteers are needed on occasion. Please contact the museum for more information
- CONNECTS people with meaningful opportunities to serve
- BUILDS the capacity for effective local volunteering
- SUPPORTS your local museum, and
- GIVES you the opportunity to do something you haven’t tried before
- LEARN to love sharing the natural beauty of Southern Utah, and
- MEET friendly people from all over the world!
We work in partnership with the Volunteer Center of Washington County, you may contact them at (435) 674 – 5757. For more information call 574 – 3466 ext. 1, stop by the museum and contact the Museum Director, or print out and fill in this volunteer form and send it to the museum.