All applicants must be 18+.

All applicants must commit to one regular 5-hour shift per week.

All applicants must have a reliable mode of transportation; there is no public service near the Center.

All applicants must have an updated tetanus shot.

A donation of $25 will be requested to help fund the volunteer program.


***COMPLETED PRE-RABIES VACCINE SERIES REQUIRED TO WORK WITH RACCOONS, FOXES, AND OTHER RABIES VECTOR SPECIES.***


Please complete this application form if you are interested in becoming a Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center volunteer. Once you complete the form, click the submit button at the bottom.


Contact Information


Emergency Contact


Demographic Information

Other than date of birth, you may optionally provide the following information. It is used only to help us get a better idea of the demographic make-up of our volunteers and for grant proposals, when requested.



Why are you interested in volunteering with GW?


For what position(s) do you wish to be considered?


Where did you hear about this opportunity?


Have you had any other volunteer experience?

If yes, please describe.



Education & Employment Information


References

Please provide two references to whom you are not related.



Greenwood Wildlife Volunteer Agreement

1. I understand that I must commit to a fixed five-hour shift per week.

2. I understand that I must make a six-month commitment.

3. I will uphold the standards and policies of Greenwood and the Volunteer Program. I understand that my failure to do so may result in my dismissal from the Volunteer Program.

4. I will conduct myself with dignity, courtesy and consideration and will endeavor to make my work of the highest quality.

5. I will be punctual and conscientious in the fulfillment of my duties. If for any reason I am unable to serve at the assigned time, I will notify my coordinator.

6. I will follow proper procedure with any problems, criticisms and/or suggestions that I may have as stated in the Volunteer Manual.

7. I am aware that if I am accepted for a position that works with wildlife, there are certain risks inherent in working with wildlife, including scratches, bites, and zoonotic diseases.