Once the Farm Park is up and running we will be offering field trips to public and private schools, summer and after school programs, and corporate team building outings. Field Trip Greeters will be responsible for greeting groups arriving for field trips at the Farm Park. You will assist with checking groups in, reviewing their schedules, orienting them to the building and procedures, and helping them with lunch storage or other details.
Greet students, teachers and parents in a friendly, inviting and professional manner
Assist with group unloading, check in, schedules and way finding
Provide exceptional customer service when working with school groups and the general public
Be able to provide general information about the Farm Park program
Skills and Abilities
Previous customer service or experience working with students and teachers preferred
Comfortable working with large groups
Ability to communicate in a friendly, clear and professional manner
Maintain a neat, professional appearance
Excellent problem solving and decision making skills
Must be organized, attentive to details and able to work in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment
Capable of standing and walking for extended periods of time
Simple computer skills helpful
Orientation: 4 hours
Orientations held monthly
Sign up for orientation of choice at initial interview
School group training: 2-4 hours to observe check-in procedures in action
Other Ways To Help:
The Farm Park will need volunteers to assist in all areas, if you have any special skills, talents, please let us know – you never know what help we might need.
Some of these include:
Accounting & Legal support
Fundraising & Computer skills
Facility repairs & maintenance; General Contracting
Serving on Advisory Boards or Committees
Special Projects from individual staff members
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please fill out the form below so we can get to know a little about yourself and your interest within the Farm Park
At the Farm Park there is a position for everyone. Certain tasks require horse, farm animal, and agriculture experience, but that is not necessary in many other volunteer roles. Many of our volunteers begin with little or no experience.
BARN CHORE VOLUNTEERS - Spend some time outside and help feed our horses! Then it’s on to watering the horses, general barn clean-up, and preparing feed buckets for the next shift. We often have special projects that we need help with so any time you can spare after the regular chores are complete is appreciated. We welcome all volunteers who are strong team players and have a desire to work hard in order to help the horses. There is a minimum 3 month commitment to one day per week.
Beginner Barn Volunteers - Enjoy working outside around our horses! Beginner volunteers may interact directly with our Geriatric herd, but are asked to not enter other pastures as those horses can be more unpredictable.
Intermediate Barn Volunteers - After regular chores are complete, get some one-on-one horse time by haltering and grooming specific Geriatric horses. We ask that intermediate volunteers not enter any other pastures, as these horses can be more unpredictable.
Advanced Barn Volunteers - Lead our barn chore teams through a morning or evening feeding. Coordinate, manage, and assist in the activities of all volunteers including horse handling, horse care, feeding, and general clean up. These volunteers must be detail oriented and efficient so as to ensure the continuity of all barn protocol. Intermediate level horse handling skills are required. Human resource management experience is helpful.
The purpose of this program is to provide motivated teens the opportunity to gain leadership experience and be a positive role model as a camp counselor for children who are enrolled in our camp programs.
Applicants must be at least 14 years of age with extensive knowledge.