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Horsemanship Program Volunteer

The Equine Center Horsemanship Program Volunteer directly assists in our riding and horsemanship program and prepares students for their lessons. The Horsemanship Program Volunteers are experienced horse people that can provide a lending hand to our instructors and directly work with the Equine Center horses. They will assist in teaching students to groom and tack up ponies as well as lead horses in the ring and make sure our horses are properly dressed and put away. This is a great opportunity for someone who would like more direct horse time and has a desire to share their horse knowledge with children. Read the full description, essential functions and required qualifications below or view PDF HERE>>.

 

Frequently Asked Questions:

What do I need to be a volunteer at NCAL?:

• Proof of COVID-19 vaccination • A minimum 3 month commitment • Must be at least 12 years of age • Must have an email address • Volunteers must fill out an application below • Must complete orientation and applicable training • Must pay $10 volunteer fee

What skills do I need to be a Horsemanship Program Volunteer?

• Must have experience caring for horses • Ability to groom and tack up horses • Ability to teach young kids • Ability to safely handle horses • Ability to lead horses at the walk and trot • Must be 12 years and older to volunteer without parent/ guardian

What are the volunteer hours for this position?

This position is available Mondays through Saturdays, and shifts are dependent upon riding lesson schedule

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Bringing in Horses for lessons • Helping students to get their tack • Helping students to groom • Helping students to tack up • Assuring the aisles stay tidy • Leading horses for students that can’t steer • Making sure horses are put away properly

I'm under 12, but want to help out. Can I still volunteer?

If you are under 12, the Junior Volunteer position at the Pet Adoption Center is the right fit for you.

I'm unable to commit to a fixed schedule, but want to help out. Can I still volunteer?

If you are unable to commit to a schedule, we have a drop-in Shelter Ambassador position at the Pet Adoption Center that might be the right fit for you. 


Any other questions or thoughts?
Email: info@ncal.com