Absolutely crucial to Medora’s continued success and growth, we are honored that you are considering being a Medora volunteer. TRMF will have six different volunteer “seasons” in 2016 (an increase), beginning in April through September. Every season is vitally important AND fun! Volunteers generally work between seven and eight hours a day in all of the categories. The descriptions that follow are brief; a detailed description of each of the categories will be sent in the Volunteer Selection packet. The following is an overview of each volunteer season: (**denotes shoulder season sessions**)
**Pre-Season Volunteering – “Spirit of Work Weeks”** Starting things out right!!!
Five days in length, Pre-Season volunteers come to assist with “spring cleaning,” preparing Medora for the arrival of our guests. There are no pre-set limits; wetypically utilize two dozen or more volunteers per session. This is hands-on, “not afraid to get a little dirty,” indoor and outdoor spring cleaning/fix up/plant it experience! Perfect for those who want things “just right” before the guests arrive! Use your gifts, or learn how to do some new thing with your new friends!
**The Early Birds I & II – “The Hybrids”** It’s better than ever!!
Now a staple, this experience is fueled by the chance to be involved in a little bit of the Pre-Season, In Season and End of Season experiences.Twelve volunteers per session will be able to work at a variety of venues, from food service, retail, light maintenance/grounds and other venues. It is a quieter and gentler Medora volunteer experience, one that will allow for time to explore, deepen friendships and be of tremendous value to our early arriving travelling public and TRMF employees.
Take care of those early guests and visitors, help to prepare Medora so everything is "just right" for the upcoming summer. Work with a great team of people and enjoy a "different Medora experience."
If you have questions about the 2016 volunteer program, please feel free to browse the volunteer program pages linked to below (lots of info and FAQs can be found), or contact Denis.