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Teen Volunteers



If you are a teen or know a teen, 13 – 18 years old, that is interested in gaining experience at the Desert Botanical Garden mark your calendars for a free, informational meeting this summer. Parents are encouraged to join us.

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Running from September to May each year, this program is based on college-readiness and citizen science for high school students, aged 13 – 18.

Join other teens who are interested in gaining experience working closely with Garden staff and volunteers in a fun and interactive plant-science adventure this year! You and the team will contribute to international scientific databases with the help of experienced plant biologists – giving you skills and experiences needed for college and beyond. Students meet once a month for three hours.

For more information about these programs, please email teenvol@dbg.org or call 480 481.8123.

Sponsored by the Herbert H. and Barbara C. Dow Foundation



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