Ever wondered what natural materials Native populations used to create children’s toys? Do you enjoy helping students of today understand the ways of the past? The City of Pleasanton’s Alviso Adobe Community Park is currently seeking Volunteer Docent applicants
to join their School and Public Education Program Team. Volunteer Docents must enjoy learning and leading hands-on activities with school groups and other groups.
Alviso Adobe Community Park in the western foothills of Pleasanton is a unique historical resource. The site reflects the story of California from its earliest human occupation, dating back to 3420 B.C. through the Rancho and Dairy Periods of the region.
All applicants will be required to complete a Volunteer Application and attend an interview. Applications are currently being accepted.
Once selected to be a Volunteer Docent, applicants will be required to be fingerprint cleared and TB tested at the City’s expense.
For more information contact Eric Nicholas at (925) 931-5350 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you are a scout and you or your troop are interested in helping out on one of our many on-going service projects consider signing up to volunteer.
Pleasanton's Alviso Adobe Community Park is a unique historical resource that tells the story of California from its earliest human occupation, dating back to 3420 B.C. From its ealiest recorded human habitation as a settlement
of the native Ohlone Indians, to the days of the Spanish ranchos, to the turn of the century when it was home to one of California's first certified dairies, original portions of each historical period have been left intact.
The focus of Alviso Adobe Community Park is to provide education to the community through interpretive programs that highlight the rich cultural and natural history of the property.