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Touchpool Volunteer Training

Thursday Sept 10, 2015

2601 Central Ave NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104
US

Phone: 768-2000
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

FREE

Contact:


Website: Click to Visit

Offer Aquarium visitors a hands-on learning experience. If you are interested in becoming a BioPark Volunteer, complete an online application (adults and teens).

Apply to be a BioPark Volunteer

Volunteer Trainings are by invitation only.

Read about the many BioPark volunteer opportunities.

Aquarium Touchpool Volunteers

Touchpool Volunteers facilitate the two interactive exhibits in the Aquarium using a variety of marine animals including invertebrates, sharks and stingrays to teach visitors about marine life and conservation through hands-on learning opportunities.

Help visitors understand how our actions affect the health of the ocean and how we can protect this delicate ecosystem and its inhabitants.

No admission is required - when you arrive at the front gate, simply let the cashier know you are here for the orientation.

No specialized knowledge is necessary to become a volunteer. BioPark staff will teach you everything you need to know in the training sessions. We ask that you bring your enthusiasm, a commitment to conservation, a sense of responsibility, and patience. Experienced volunteers and staff are available to assist you after training, and monthly volunteer meetings keep you up-to-date.