The Minnesota Zoo is currently seeking Adult Interpretive Volunteers to help educate Zoo guests about the 5,300 animals on-site, as well as connect people to the wildlife conservation efforts the Zoo is leading and participating in around the world. Weekend day volunteers are currently the greatest need.
If spending your day amidst a lush tropical rainforest, watching Hawaiian monk seals glide through crystal blue water, or traveling to northern Minnesota excites you - you can do it all by volunteering at the Minnesota Zoo. The Zoo is seeking teenagers through senior-agers interested in volunteering in a variety of areas all year long.
Every year, Minnesota Zoo volunteers donate more than 110,000 hours of service and recently, the Minnesota Zoo Corps reached its 3 millionth hour of service to the Zoo and was recognized with a national award. Space is limited, so call the Minnesota Zoo’s Volunteer Office today at 952.431.9588 for more information or visit mnzoo.org.
The Minnesota Zoo is a year-round destination located in Apple Valley, just minutes south of Mall of America. The Zoo’s mission is to connect people, animals and the natural world to save wildlife. For more information, call 952.431.9500 or visit mnzoo.org. The Minnesota Zoo is an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) and an institutional member of the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA).