Volunteer positions are limited. Those with more open availability, especially during the weekdays, will have first priority.
WLC offers volunteer opportunities for dedicated individuals who are interested in helping with our efforts to care for displaced animals and to educating the public in the life sciences. Volunteers play an important role in keeping Wildlife Learning Center a clean and enjoyable place for visitors. We are immensely appreciative of our volunteers and they greatly help us in achieving our goals. Because WLC cares for wild and exotic animals that require highly specialized care and can be potentially dangerous, volunteers do not work hands-on with all of the animals. They must log a significant number of volunteer hours and gain considerable experience before working with some of our smaller animals.
We offer two volunteer programs: one to assist staff biologists with daily tasks and a new docent program to refine public speaking and education skills.
If you are interested in volunteering with Wildlife Learning Center please download and complete our volunteer application and return to:
FAX to (818) 362-8001
*Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age and commit to one shift a week.