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HOW TO GET STARTED: For your safety and for the safety of the animals you will be helping, you must follow the two steps outlined below before you can volunteer in the program itself.Step 1: Attend the Enrollment sessionThe Teen/Junior Program is FULL to the end of 2017Your next opportunity to sign-up for an orientation will be at the Enrollment to be held on Wednesday January 10, 2018. The Enrollment will be between 3 and 5 PM.
You must come to this enrollment to find out about dates and times and sign up for one of the 6 or 7 orientations that will be held in January, February and March 2018.We will meet in the conference room at the shelter, so follow signs that will be posted at the shelter by 3 pm on the Enrollment date. To enable the shelter to carry on business as usual, we ask that you park along Barnet Blvd (west side of shelter) and that you direct questions concerning the Enrollment to TVAR volunteers and not to shelter staff.
At the Enrollment, you will complete a TVAR membership form and you will be given a Parental Permission Form for Minor Volunteers to be reviewed, signed and be returned at your scheduled orientation. Both are requisite for participation in the program. NOTE: If you want to walk through the shelter to view the animals as a member of the public, remember that anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Step 2: Attend the Orientation sessionOrientation takes place on selected Tuesdays and Thursdays (approximately every other week) from 4pm to 5:30pm. Each session can accommodate five (5) new volunteers. At the orientation, you will complete a TVAR membership form and you will be given a Parental Permission Form for Minor Volunteers to be reviewed, signed and be returned at your scheduled orientation.
Both are requisite for participation in the program.IMPORTANT: The online Registration Process is for volunteers over age 18 – Volunteers under the age of 18will not be acceptedinto buddy sessions. and can only volunteer through the Teen/Junior Program. Also, adult volunteers wishing to socialize animals at the shelter (see Shelter link) in addition to attending the applicable buddy session(s), must commit to spending a minimum of 4 hours/month at the shelter for a minimum of 6 months.
TVAR tax-deductible Membership Dues donation is $10 annually for volunteers under 18 years old.Family membership dues donation is $50/year.Dues can be waived under special circumstances. For more information, please review our FAQ Page. If you cannot find an answer to your question, please contact the Teen/Junior program coordinator:By Phone: (925) 462-9679 By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org