We Need Summer Camp Volunteers!
If you are interested, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Meghan Eames
at 801-585-5688 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer registration is required.
Get started by completing our Volunteer Application.
Red Butte Garden provides the community with an outstanding resource for environmental education through lectures, classes, workshops, school field trips, kids classes, camps, tours, and outreach events. If you like people, enjoy plants and nature, and can communicate well, you may enjoy being an Education Volunteer. All education volunteer positions require training.
From June - August, Red Butte Garden Summer Camp offers week-long full and half-day nature-based educational camps for kids entering Kindergarten through 6th grade.
Summer Camp Volunteers
Volunteers work with our Education Staff to create interactive, educational experiences for children. Summer Camp volunteers need to be comfortable working with children in an exciting, outdoor environment. Volunteers may sign up for one day a week, or a week at a time. Training is hands-on. Must be age 15 and older.
Summer Camp Internships for Teens
Red Butte Garden has an exciting opportunity for teenagers who are interested in working with children. During these two-week-long internships teens will gain valuable insight, job skills, references, and hands-on experience in a fun, creative and educational environment.
Contact Meghan Eames at 801-585-5688 for more information and to sign up.
Volunteers share their love and knowledge of plants and Red Butte Garden with others by leading private and public tours (walking and tram), answering visitor questions, hosting programs, or acting as an ambassador for the Garden throughout the community.
Volunteers must be 18 years or older.
Garden Guides must be able to comfortably walk/hike the Garden and work in a variety of weather conditions.
Required Training available each March.
School Program Volunteers explore Red Butte Garden’s 100-acre outdoor classroom while sharing their knowledge of plants and animals with children. Volunteers lead weekly two-hour field classes through the Garden for a unique and exciting learning experience that highlights topics found in the science core curriculum of their grade level.
Volunteers must be 20 years or older.
School Program volunteers need to be able to comfortably walk/hike the Garden and work in a variety of weather conditions.
Available: March to June and August to October, Monday – Thursday mornings and early afternoons. Commitment of two shifts per week is preferred, with one being acceptable.
Training is required and is available each March and August.