Join a team of Ben’s Ranch Foundation volunteers to support our efforts. Watch your combined impact grow over time and see how your efforts make a difference!  Don’t forget to apply using the button below.

Event/Project – Traditional volunteers willing to help with short-term tasks, events, projects.

Ambassadors – Help promote our message by circulating, reposting social media, email.

Advisors & SME Experts – Provide high-level policy, industry, technical or professional advice and assistance, consistent with their occupation or area of expertise.

Ongoing Staff Roles – These volunteers play important ongoing roles which might be managed by paid staff in larger organizations. These may include online research, data entry, community outreach and recruiting, marketing and communication services, etc.

Small Group Instructors, Supervisors and Mentors – BRF small group assessments, training sessions and small group programs require volunteers who can commit to provide supervision and assistance on specific dates. This is a hands-on role working directly with our youth. These roles require participation for several hours on one day–typically Saturdays–or to a program with several pre-set dates. Volunteers may serve at as many sessions as their schedules allow. Some brief training is provided, but no license or credentials are required.  Experience in education, equine therapy, social work, youth programming, or farm and livestock operations is especially helpful.

Mentors – Agree to work alongside an intern or intern candidate during training, trial work sessions at a prospective host-employer site and during an internship.  They provide emotional support, assistance and guidance for interns who may need assistance as they learn a new role in a new environment.

Peer-To-Peer Volunteers – Experienced interns and graduates may be invited to serve as mentors, coaches or trainers to support other young people participating in one of our programs.