Volunteers Make a Difference

Volunteers have an opportunity to make a huge difference in the lives of
our riders. Volunteers can learn about disabilities and horse management,
as well as enjoy the physical fitness and social benefits of volunteering.
Besides working with the horses and riders, there are many other
opportunities for volunteers in our program.

Detailed training for volunteers is provided and is required to complete an
orientation before participation in our lessons. Returning volunteers are
required to participate in an orientation once a year to be reminded of
safety regulations and other important information.
Requirements

-At least 12 Years Old
-Willing to Work with People
-Willing to Work with Horses
-Able to attend a Volunteer Orientation
-Able to consistently volunteer one
morning or night a week or Saturday
-Be physically fit enough to walk
(occasionally jog) for 3 hours

Not Interested In Being a Class Volunteer?

-You can help with set-up and tear down of         
upcoming events
-Help with handy work and repairs around the   
barn
-Help in the office with paperwork and other
administrative tasks
-Work during lessons as a greeter and
instructor assistant
Volunteer Information
Our Volunteers
Volunteer Orientation and Leader Training

Volunteer Orientation: Each new volunteer is required to
complete an orientation before participation in our lessons.
Returning volunteers are required to participate in an
orientation once a year to be reminded of safety regulations
and other important information.

Leader Training: There are 4 different levels of participation for
volunteers, each is as valuable as the next. Without attending a
leader training session, your level will remain sidewalker unless
otherwise evaluated by the Program Director.

Sidewalker (SW)-assists with rider during the lesson, mounting,
and dismounting.

Level 1 (L1)-Possible leader of Level 1 horses or participate
as a SW

Level 2 (L2)-Possible leader of Level 1 and 2 horses or
participate as a SW

Level 3 (L3)-Possible leader of Level 1, 2, and 3 horses or
participate as a SW

Dates To Be Announced By Program Director
 
Aldrich, Piper
Alexander, Mary Kate
Alexander, Peter
Alexy, Ken
Bareiss, Lauren
Barker, Jenny
Bartos, Linda
Beckemeyer, Alex
Beckemeyer, Diana
Bird, Marge
Bird, Tom
Blauet, Linda
Boggs, Brooke
Bolton, Barbara
Boyd, Joel
Boyd, Lexi
Bradburn, Emily Jean
Bramble, Katie
Braun, Kayla
Braun, Lisa
Bryson, Hannah
Bryson, Rebekah
Bryson, Sarah
Bryson, Timothy
Bulloch, Cameron
Cates, Gabby
Cates, Josephine
Cates, Shelley
Cook, Felicia
Coyle, Anna
Delisi, Giovanna
Delisi, Gracie
Delisi, Joseph
DeLorenzo, Josephine
Du, Joanne
Edmunds, Lynn
Feord, Jacob
Feord, James
Feord, Johnna
Feord, Julia
Ferdinande, Courtney
Fitzsimmons, Lisa
Freeman Wendy
Freeman, Gavin
Glanville, Dawn
Hazelton, Marian
Hennen, Kathleen
Jeffrey, Kasie
Jerome, Nathan
Kidd, Aleta
Klee, Courtney
Klee, John
Klee, Julia
Klee, Kathleen
Kovaleski, Dane
Kovaleski, Nadine
Krings, Chelsea
Krings, Tracie
Kurtz, Hilary
Lynch, Robin
Maas, Carly
Macey, Bethany
Mancuso, Michelle
Marver, Emily
McCormack, Kaila
McCormack, Nick
McElwain, Cassie
McElwain, Laurie
McGill, Julie
Mosher, Judy
Mosher, Kristie
Moore, Jenna
Murphy, Murphy
Nancy
Pattison, Hannah
Pierce, Abigail
Pierce, Zeke
Reis, Briahna
Rapanotti, Jessie
Ross, Eden
Rodriguez, Margo
Ross, Nicole
Roehrer, Megan
Ryan, Linda
Sauve, Christianna
Sauve, Faith
Sauve, Josiah
Scholler, Marcia
Scollard, Cameron
Sexton, Leanne
Spencer, Michele
Stanisci, Teresa
Stanisci, Tim
Stanisci, Tom
Starr, Thomas
Taylor, Macie
Thompson, Andrew
Thompson, Carrie
Thompson, Collin
Thompson, Danielle
Thompson, Emily
Thompson, Jennifer
Thompson, Jonathan
Tierney, Tom
Ubbling, Lauren
Van Y, Laura
Walker, Shawna
Weathers, Mary
Webber, Anna
Williams, Fredericka

New Volunteer Orientation

Saturday, December 9, 2018 - 10-12 noon
Saturday, March 3, 2018 - 10-12 noon
Saturday, July 7, 2018 - 10-12 noon
Saturday, September 1, 2018 - 10-12 noon