Zoo guides needed

. August 1, 2014.
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The Toledo Zoo is looking for adults interested in volunteering their time as Exhibit Guides, Zoo Educators, or clerical volunteers.

Exhibit Guides work on the zoo grounds to educate the public about the animals and to help keep visitor traffic flowing in a timely and friendly manner.

Zoo Educators work on and off the zoo grounds to engage visitors, assist with educational activities and biofacts, introduce visitors to programs and offer scripted interpretive programs.

Clerical volunteers help prepare mailings, stuff envelopes, collate and organize binders and data.

For more information, contact volunteer manager Bill Davis at 419-385-5721 or bill.davis@toledozoo.org.

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