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Whether you're a teen, adult, or senior you can make a difference in your community! The City of Tucson Parks and Recreation Department welcomes volunteers, age 13 and older, in our programs.
Adult Volunteer Opportunities
Available at various sites, recreation centers, and special events. Contact a District office for details.
Court Ordered Community Service
Opportunities are available to complete some court-ordered community service sanctions. Contact a District Office for details.
Jr. Staff in Training
Junior Staff in Training Program (14-17 year olds) - Placement for teens includes Youth and Teen programs, City pools, and some offices. One of the goals of the Junior Staff in Training Program is to provide hands-on pre-employment training to help bring better-trained entry-level employees to the City's programs.
The Junior Staff in Training Program schedule is determined by the site and the program needs of the Parks and Recreation Department. Junior Staff in Training must attend a scheduled orientation session to be eligible to be placed as a Junior Staff member. Every effort is made to place teens at their requested location, but this is not always possible.
Current information about the Junior Staff in Training Program can be found in the Program Guide & Class Catalog.
Registration opportunities vary by season.
Reid Park Zoo Volunteer Program
Reid Park Zoo offers volunteers many exciting ways to help the Zoo.
The Reid Park Zoo website provides more information on the adult Docent program, Teen Volunteering, college interns, or community service, or call 520-791-3204.
Volunteer Contact Numbers
Ask for the volunteer coordinator at these locations:
- East District: 520-791-5930
- West District: 520-791-5909
- Therapeutic Recreation: 520-791-4504
- Aquatics: 520-791-4245
- Reid Park Zoo: 520-791-3204
Volunteer Center at United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona
The Volunteer Center recruits and places volunteers in nonprofit, government, education and health institutions, educates the community in volunteering, and provides training and technical assistance to profit and non-profit programs.