Join the Little Thompson Observatory team as they provide children and adults the chance to view the universe up close! Volunteering at LTO is enjoyable, interesting, and fulfilling! Many of LTO's new volunteers have no experience in astronomy so they have an excellent training program and opportunities to serve while you learn. And, of course, people with astronomy, science, and/or math backgrounds are highly encouraged to share their knowledge at LTO! Volunteer jobs include helping with group organization, speaking to groups, doing AV presentations, and assisting with the telescopes. If you prefer a "behind the scenes" opportunity to help, general labor volunteers help with cleaning and light construction projects. The volunteer schedule is flexible; after training, volunteers check the event schedule and sign up online. Volunteers are encouraged to participate in an event at least once per month. Sign up to help more and you are an LTO hero!
About Volunteers of America Northern Colorado Services
405 Canyon Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80521, US
Volunteers of America Colorado Branch seeks to identify and serve the basic needs of the most vulnerable individuals and families in the community.
The Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Volunteers of America provides volunteer opportunities for individuals 55 years and older to use their skills, insight and lifetime experiences to assist residents and non-profit agencies in the county. RSVP also offers a variety of programs which provide services and enhance the quality of life for seniors.