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UCLA VOLUNTEER CENTER: Aquarium Volunt...
Heal the Bay’s Santa Monica Pier Aquarium is looking for volunteers! Our volunteers are the heart...

Aquarium Volunteer Training

Posted on September 11th, 2017

Location: 1600 Ocean Front Walk Santa Monica CA 90401
Duration: Multiple Days
First Day : Oct 10, 2017
Last Day: Oct 12, 2017



Heal the Bay’s Santa Monica Pier Aquarium is looking for volunteers! Our volunteers are the heart of our Aquarium which serves 15,000 students and 100,000 visitors each year with hands-on marine science experiences. Get trained to educate visitors, assist our aquaristing staff, and help out at special events. Join our team of ocean advocates and be a part of Heal the Bay’s mission to make the coastal waters and watersheds of Greater Los Angeles safe, healthy and clean.

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*All prospective volunteers MUST apply online and set up an interview. Once accepted, all prospective volunteers must attend a 3-night training (October 10-12 @ 6:30-9 PM). Deadline to apply is September 23rd. Apply online at healthebay.org/aquarium/

Tags: animals, education, environment, sustainability

Contact Person: Holly Limm

Contact Email: aquariumvol@healthebay.org

Contact Phone Number: 3103936149 ex 114

Organization: Heal the Bay\'s Santa Monica Pier Aquarium

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