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Volunteer training for The Marine Mammal Center

The Marine Mammal Center is offering training to become an "Education Docent". This is a clean, warm, mostly inside job which is a lot of fun and can lead to opportunities to volunteer at other fun places, like Pier 39 or the Marin County Fair. All fun things to do!

The veterinary hospital and education facility needs volunteers to greet visitors and talk with the public about our seal and sea lion patients. There are a series of 2 training classes:

Saturday January 26 10 AM – 4 PM
Sunday January 2710 AM – 4 PM

Education volunteers work at least 16 hours (1 4-hour shift a week) each month for a minimum of one year after training. Volunteer assignments include indoor and outdoor shifts in varying weather with some standing.

To learn more or to sign up for the class, call The Marine Mammal Center’s Education Department at (415)[masked] or email [masked].

Registration and training fee required to enroll.

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  • Sailor D.

    To get officially signed up for the class please call The Marine Mammal Center’s Education Department at (415)[masked] or email [masked].

    December 29, 2012

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