Volunteering at The Wilderness Center Volunteer Registration Form
Volunteers are the heart and soul of The Wilderness Center. Everything that happens here is touched by volunteers. Every volunteer is important and appreciated. It’s the joy of giving, the feeling of accomplishment, and the friendly, fun atmosphere that bring hundreds of people to TWC to volunteer thousands of hours every year. Best of all, volunteering at TWC brings you together with wonderful people who share a love of nature, are eager to learn more about it, and want to preserve it and pass it on for others to enjoy.
If you’d like to become a volunteer or have any questions about volunteering at TWC, contact Volunteer Coordinator Debbie Casto at 330-359-5235, ext. 210. You are welcome to e-mail your form to firstname.lastname@example.org or print your form and mail to: The WildernessCenter P.O. Box 202 Wilmot, Ohio 44689
Nature Store Volunteers ring up sales, unpack stock, and sell merchandise. They assist customers, answer questions, and direct visitors.
Artisans keep us up and running! They mow grass, build signs and bridges, maintain trails, paint, and keep TWC beautiful!
Greeters work the front desk in the lobby where they meet and greet visitors and guests. A big smile, friendly demeanor, and enthusiasm are required!
Land Stewards work to keep TWC’s lands healthy, natural, and native, both here at the Headquarters Tract and on our satellite properties.
Mailing Crew collates, sorts, folds, tapes, and labels our monthly Members’ Newsletter and other important mailings.
Office volunteers share the load with the office staff and perform countless variety of daily chores, including answering the phone, stuffing envelopes, and sorting mail.
Special Events Volunteers may dress up as a firefly for the Enchanted Forest, experience a night of glamor at Earthly Delights, sling birdseed and eat doughnuts at the Birdseed Sale…
Trail Monitors have the most relaxed volunteer schedule. They show up whenever they want to, take a stroll and say “Hi” to visitors and pick up trash on the way. Some also remove obstacles, pull invasive plants, and help with highway clean-up.