What types of positions are available?
Volunteer opportunities are available in a variety of areas: Gardening, Education, Events, Administration, and more! The current list of open positions can be found here.
What days of the week or times can I volunteer?
Scheduling and time commitments vary by position. Please see the current list of open positions for more information.
How old do I have to be to volunteer?
Most positions require volunteers to be at least 16 years of age. Some positions permit those under age 16 to volunteer accompanied by an adult.
How do I join the program?Please complete a volunteer application. A volunteer coordinator will contact you upon receipt to conduct a background check and schedule an orientation session.
Can I join the volunteer program to fulfill court-ordered community service?
Volunteer opportunities are not available for fulfillment of court-ordered community service.
I have other questions. Who can I contact?
For questions or to learn more, please contact contact the Volunteer Department at (303) 797-8565 ext. 306 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers at The Hudson Gardens & Event Center generously contribute thousands of service hours in a variety of areas, ensuring the ability to provide enjoyable, educational, and memorable experiences for all visitors.
From gardeners to nature guides and special event assistants, a variety of positions are available to match your interests and talents. Most regular volunteer positions typically run from April through November. Special event volunteer opportunities are available year-round.
Our 2016 regular volunteer season has come to an end. Please check back in March 2017 for information about volunteering at Hudson Gardens on a regular basis.
If you are interested in volunteering for special events, such as our annual holiday light show, A Hudson Christmas, or you are interested in learning about regular volunteer opportunities in the spring, please let us know here:
Hudson Gardens volunteers receive as much as they give. In addition to spending time in a beautiful and restorative outdoor setting, volunteers gain knowledge and expertise in subjects such as horticulture, environmental education, public relations, and event management. Volunteers also receive special access to educational opportunities, while enjoying meaningful interactions with visitors and staff.
*Note that these positions are not applicable toward court-ordered community service.