Volunteers have always been HooRWA’s backbone, whether dragging trash out of the river or providing highly specialized expertise. They include paddling enthusiasts, business owners, event organizers, teachers, artists, ecologists, parents, environmental scientists, planners, students, and –mostly!– people who just like taking care of our rivers and streams. Whether you are most comfortable in a boat,…
Be a part of our train crew as a conductor, engineer, or coach attendant.
Help us provide a great experience by assisting as a ticket agent or docent.
We are looking for fun and engaging individuals who want to join our volunteer usher team for our upcoming seasons. As a volunteer usher, you help MASS MoCA front-of-house staff with patron experiences during performances, events, and festivals. Enjoy some of the most exciting music and performing arts events in New England! Volunteers must be…
Present Shaker history through guided tours, craft demonstrations, and visitor engagement.
Help to welcome arriving visitors and school groups, and launch them on a memorable visit!
Assist our curator with a range of tasks from research and data entry, to cleaning the historic period rooms, and re-arranging collection objects on display.
We need people to walk, play and groom the dogs; groom and cuddle the cats; help with adoption clinics and special events; help with fundraising planning and events; and people that can help out weekend evenings are especially needed. Volunteers should be 18 years old. Those 16 and older can volunteer with written parental or…
Volunteer opportunities will be shared on an as needed basis. Volunteers will be contacted with these opportunities based on the frequency, specific needs and details of incoming requests.
Program instructors have been key partners in our work since the beginning. They include natural resource professionals, educators, scientists, students, and community members who share their passion, knowledge, and life experience with young people.