There is nothing more rewarding than becoming part of the pack by volunteering at Wolf Connection … but this is not for everyone …
Wolf Connection volunteers are hard working, committed, able-bodied individuals who come together for a common purpose: to be of service to the mission of Wolf Connection!
Join us at our next Information Session to learn about volunteering.
Email email@example.com for details on the next Information Session and to request an application and list of physical requirements for core volunteers.
How will you be of service?
From working behind the scenes, to cutting raw meat, clearing trails, to washing bowls and scooping poop….there is much to be done!
At the information session you will hear about:
• What we are currently looking for in a volunteer
• How to be prepared to work at the ranch
• What you can expect from us
• What it takes to become part of the Kennel Crew and possibly a WC Pack Handler
Because of the sensitivity of the pack, and the importance of building relationship over time, core volunteers commit to spend at least 12 hours per month (4 hours each session) assisting with pack care and compound maintenance. After a two month period, core volunteers may be considered to train for Kennel Crew which has direct contact with the animals.
Associate volunteers are not eligible to have direct animal contact as part of their volunteer duties and may volunteer about once a month at public events or work behind the scenes.
Minimum age- 23 (We will consider applicants age 18-22 on a case by case basis)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Working with or alongside our wolves/wolf dogs requires a high level of awareness, calm demeanor and commitment to the animals and the mission of Wolf Connection. Due to the nature of the work that we do, we are very selective in choosing volunteers. Though we are warmed and delighted by the many people who want to participate directly, only a few applicants may be invited to volunteer.
How are you called to be of service?