VOLUNTEER AT THE GRANGE INSURANCE AUDUBON CENTER
Grange Insurance has a variety of volunteer opportunities for adults. The volunteer roles and opportunities, listed below, offer flexibility to fit your schedule and variety to meet your interests. As a volunteer, you can expect:
- Orientation, training and supervision
- Enrichment opportunities
- Annual recognition event
- Invitation to Center field trips and education experiences
- Opportunities for friendship with other volunteers
- Positions that encourage the development of skills or personal goals
- Satisfaction in knowing your work is meaningful and significant
- Special access to areas of the Center and site
Contact Allison Clark, Volunteer Coordinator by email at email@example.com or phone at 614-545-5482 for more information.
- Volunteer Application (pdf)
SOME OF OUR VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDE:
Special Events Volunteer
These volunteers are needed to assist in a variety of ways during one of our many special events throughout the year. Volunteers will perform various support duties from mailings, set-up and registration, to hosting, serving food and conducting games and activities among a host of other special assignments for these events. Some of our special events currently include Flight of Fancy, Trick or Tweet, International Migratory Bird Day and Bands, Birds and Beer, etc.
Education Program Support
Our education program support volunteers will work closely with our education staff to help assist with education programming needs. Volunteers may be asked to help set-up and clean-up after programs, join in activities as a second adult with a group of students, or lead small activities/games during a programs. Opportunities are available year-round and during the week and on weekends.
Citizen Science Volunteers
Volunteers will be responsible for gathering point count information, updating data bases, etc. These opportunities are avaible throughout the year during the week and on weekends.
Volunteers will greet visitors to the Center, answer questions, answer the phone, give directions, distribute printed information and work with the Manager on Duty to create a safe and secure environment for guests. This opportunity is for those who love to meet knew people and have an outgoing personality. Opportunities are available throughout the week and on weekends.
Conservation Work Days
Conservation Work Day volunteers help lead small groups during a variety of workdays hosted at the center from early spring to late fall. These volunteers help gather tools and give instructions, monitor small groups of volunteers and join in with the conservation work at hand.