Volunteer for the Utility Exploration Center and help make a difference in your community! Our volunteers are a valuable part of our team and are vital in assisting staff members in our conservation efforts.
18 years of age or older; Ability & desire to work with people of all ages and backgrounds; familiarity with the City of Roseville’s utility departments; computer skills necessary; ability to research to find answers easily regarding utility conservation messages of the city.
TIME COMMITMENT:Within our volunteer team, there are two different opportunities available:
Minimum of 8 hours per month with a one year commitment.
How to Become a Volunteer
- Interpretive Docents
Interpretive docents lead exhibit hall tours and curriculum-based classes offered to local school children (1st – 6th grade). Lead educational tours of the Utility Exploration Center and curriculum-based; attend interpretive training and continuing education classes; assist staff with updating and evaluating school programming.
- Customer Service
Staff the front counter of the Utility Exploration Center; answer any and all public questions with the Center’s mission in mind; answer phones; small interpretive/administrative projects provided by staff; staff outreach and special event booths; promote the Utility Exploration Center’s message to a variety of audiences.
Questions? Contact Melissa Kinsey at 916.746.1553 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Click here to start the application.
- Schedule an in-person meeting with the volunteer coordinator to see what role you can fill.