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THE WEBB CENTER’S

Front of House Volunteers

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 and courteous and manner while having fun too!

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 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: Webb Center Volunteers Sax, Margaret, Darlene, Carol and Deb

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FRONT OF HOUSE VOLUNTEERS

Contact

Cheryl Lampron:
clampron@dewpac.org
(928) 684-6624
Monday–Friday, 9:00am–5:00pm

The Webb Center prides itself on upholding the highest health and safety measures.

Your hard work and adherence to our COVID-19 policies and protocols helped keep our doors open. Thank you!  We are now ready to relax our policies, and here’s the latest scoop.

We continue to follow CDC, Maricopa County Health Department, and other recognized health advisories for guidance on our COVID-19 policy and will make updates to this policy as needed.

Stay home if sick – Proof of full vaccination is no longer required to be a volunteer at our events (unless required by the artist protocol), but please stay home if you’re not feeling well.

Pitch in- While vaccination and masks are optional, we strongly recommend that only volunteers vaccinated to full eligibility attend events so we can keep artists, staff, and patrons safe.. 

Thank you for your compliance during this past season for all of our safety.  

Gala Volunteers

Photo: Volunteers prepare for the Find Your Center Gala festivities

2021-2022 Volunteers

Photo: Volunteer Orientation

Volunteer Applications

Interested in becoming a Webb Center Volunteer?

Step 1: Please click on the blue text to read Volunteer Requirements

 Step 2:  All NEW  volunteers please fill out this application    Volunteer Application

Step 3: Volunteer Coordinator will contact you for training. 

Thank you.

Please contact Cheryl Lampron at clampron@dewpac.org or
928-684-6624 if you have any questions. 

Current Volunteer Information

If you are a current Active Volunteer:

Use this training video link below to learn about your individual VicNet site.

VicNet Training Video

Use the link below to access the sign in for your individual VicNet site. Applications have to be approved before this link is available to new volunteer applicants. Please bookmark or save this login page to your desktop. 

VicNet Sign- in Link

All new and returning volunteers must attend one orientation and training each season in order to assist the Webb Center. Thank you for your dedication.

Any questions can be directed to Cheryl Lampron, Volunteer Coordinator at clampron@dewpac.org or by calling 928-684-6624.

Requirements and Duties

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

Camp Imagination Volunteers

The Webb Center seeks enthusiastic volunteers to help with the 20th annual summer arts camp
Over 40 volunteers, including adult camper family members, retired teachers and those from the Wickenburg community, help Camp run smoothly each day.

Volunteers assist with all of Camp’s daily operations, from overseeing campers to assisting teaching artists in the classroom. They do not need to have prior experience in the arts or with Camp, but must be physically able to care for active children and eager to participate in Camp activities. Duties will be assigned based on the volunteer’s preference, availability and staffing needs.

Camp Imagination volunteers are NOT required to disclose vaccination status and mask use, while encouraged, is optional. Camp Imagination mask requirements for campers, staff and volunteers will align with the WUSD’s policy at the time of camp. The CDC recommends that everyone who is eligible stay up to date on their COVID-19 vaccines, including people with weakened immune systems.
Camp Imagination Volunteer and campers
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CAMP IMAGINATION VOLUNTEERS


Volunteers have the opportunity to pre-register their children, grandchildren or other relative for Camp Imagination before registration is opened to the general public. Priority will be given to volunteers who are available for the full two-week session or at a minimum, one full week.

Volunteers may apply by completing the application form found HERE. Paper copies are available at the Webb Center Box Office and the deadline to apply is Thursday, April 28, 2022.

Contact Volunteer Coordinator, Cheryl Lampron at (928) 684-6624 or clampron@dewpac.org, for more information.

The Webb Center could not produce camp without the generous help of volunteers.