THE WEBB CENTER’S
Join the more than 100 volunteers who donate their time to support the Webb Center. Volunteers make our world go around and we depend on them to keep our doors open for every event. Join our team!
Front of House Volunteers ensure the welfare, comfort, safety and enjoyment of all audience members in a welcoming, courteous and respectful manner.
Volunteer roles include greeting patrons as they arrive, scanning tickets, offering programs & information, and escorting patrons to their seats.
Volunteer assignments typically require roughly 4.5 hours per event. Volunteers can expect to be scheduled for approximately 10 events per year.
Volunteers must be physically able to climb stairs, open heavy doors, and stand for long periods of time.
Photo: Margaret & Sax Stone and Diane Wilhelm volunteer at the Find Your Center Gala
FRONT OF HOUSE VOLUNTEERS
The Webb Center prides itself on upholding the highest health and safety measures. Information regarding COVID-19 procedures and protocols moving forward will be available in late summer 2020. Due to the nature of volunteering and being in direct contact with the general public, the Webb Center recommends that members of high-risk populations should refrain from volunteering during this high alert condition.
Photo: Volunteers prepare for the Find Your Center Gala festivities
Photo: Volunteer Orientation
Application forms for the Spring 2021 season will be available in early Winter 2020. Please contact the Webb Center if you would like to be added to our email list.
In order to assist at the Webb Center, all volunteers must first attend orientation and training. Training for the 2020-2021 Season TBD. For more information on becoming a Webb Center volunteer please contact the Box Office at 928-684-6624.
For the full details on physical requirements, responsibilities, arrival times, the dress code, and more information about volunteering at the Webb Center, please read our Volunteer Handbook.
THE WEBB CENTER’S
Over 40 volunteers, including adult camper family members, retired teachers and those from the Wickenburg community, help Camp run smoothly each day.
Volunteers assist teaching artists in their classrooms and lead the campers to their different classes. Volunteers are encouraged to participate in Camp activities alongside the campers. The Webb Center could not produce camp without the generous help of volunteers.
CAMP IMAGINATION VOLUNTEERS