VOLUNTEER Be Where You Belong. Experience the Wonders of Volunteering at Como Park Zoo & Conservatory. Como Park Zoo and Conservatory features many fascinating connections between humans, plants and animals. Como’s mission is to inspire the public to value the presence of living things in our lives. Annually more than 50 interns and 1500 volunteers work in partnership with staff to realize the mission of Como. Interns assist staff in animal and plant management, public education and visitor services and gain valuable educational career building experiences within Como’s unique zoological and botanical environments. Most Internship positions are offered each semester. All internships are unpaid. CLICK HERE for more information & the Como Internship FAQ Volunteer Opportunities Here are some of the ways you can be involved as a volunteer at Como. Please note that current opportunities vary based on availability and seasonal needs. Current volunteer position openings are noted on the application form.
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Contact us by email at [email protected] or call 651-487-8252.
Como Park Zoo and Conservatory features many fascinating connections between humans, plants and animals. Como’s mission is to inspire the public to value the presence of living things on our lives. Annually more than 50 interns and 1300 volunteers work in partnership with staff to promote the mission of Como. Interns gain valuable career building opportunities within Como’s unique zoological and botanical environment and are a critical component in assisting staff to ensure excellence in animal and plant management, public education and visitor services. Intern opportunities are offered year round in some areas and seasonally in others. Please note that all internships are unpaid. For more information check our our Como Intern Program FAQ
[email protected] 651-487-8252
Nature Walk Youth Interpreter. For youth ages 13-17 with a strong interest in the natural world and a desire to share information with the public. More information with an application is posted HERE January 1st through March 8th for the upcoming season. Please print, complete and mail or fax your application by March 8th.
Want to help create a better world? We thought so!
Through the Youth Engagement Program, high school-aged youth utilize their strengths to identify and address the unique conservation needs within their community. YEP teams develop projects that inspire others to take action for a better world.
The 2017 – 2018 YEP program will launch this fall. Check back for more details soon!
Highlights of the program include: