Exhibit Guides

 

Exhibit Guide Training  *  Applications Available NowDocents
Next Training May 2016

Exhibit guides come on board twice a year and assist visitors at the touch pools, and interpret the aquarium and exhibit hall. Working alongside experienced docents, exhibit guides increase their knowledge of marine science, gain valuable public speaking skills, and provide important connections with our visitors.
Training: Four sessions; late September/early October or mid-May
Ongoing time commitment:

  • Fall, winter and spring – a minimum of 1 four-hour shift every other week: Minimum commitment: Six months after completion of training.
  • Summer – a minimum of one 4.25-hour shift every week for three months after completion of training, or one 4.25-hour shift every other week for six months after completion of training.

Who can apply: Teens (ages 15 and up) and adults. Spanish speakers encouraged to apply.

Download a volunteer application.

Days & Hours

Tuesday - Sunday, 10 AM to 5 PM

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