Find your purpose at the Roundhouse Aquarium Teaching Center and become a Roundhouse Aquarium Interpretive Volunteer! The Roundhouse Aquarium is looking for enthusiastic people interested in teaching guests of all ages and backgrounds about local Southern California marine life and environmental conservation related topics. Our tide pool touch tank is an example of one of our Roundhouse teaching stations where our interpretive volunteers engage, inspire, and connect others to the ocean!
We ask our that our volunteers follow the simple requirements below: 1. Ages 13 or over 2. Attend our 2 orientation and training sessions 3. Work 2 hours a week for a minimum of 3 months
If you are interested, please visit our website at www.roundhouseaquarium.org to learn more and apply online! Looking forward to having you on the Roundhouse Team!
SAFETY PROTOCOLS: Masks required Social distancing Limited capacity Scheduled cleanings to disinfect surfaces Doors and windows open to allow ample air flow
The specific and primary purposes are to foster and promote the public study of, and interest in, the oceans, tidelands and beaches of Southern California, the marine life therein, and the impact of human populations on that environment.
The Roundhouse Aquarium Teaching Center is a small aquarium run by Oceanographic Teaching Stations. The aquarium is a non-profit 501(c)(3) located at the end of the Manhattan Beach pier. The Roundhouse is a home to many native species to the Santa Monica Bay. It also is a Marine Science Education facility.