- Due to
insurance regulations and our PATH
center accreditation standards, all
volunteers must be at least 14 years
old. No exceptions to this policy
must be available a minimum of 2
hours per week for the length of an
8 week session. New volunteers will
receive their assignment and
schedule following attendance at the
Volunteer Orientation and Training.
Volunteer assignments and schedules
are based on interest, experience
Application and Release forms must
be completed and returned to MTR.
must attend the trainings provided
by MTR for the role they select.
may involve moderate physical
activity and working outside in
varying weather conditions. Please
be sure you are comfortable with the
conditions of the role you select.
must be able to work independently
with minimal staff supervision.
must have a positive attitude and be
able to adapt to change and be
must possess the ability to follow
directions and take instruction.
- Because of the
nature of the service provided, MTR
reserves the right to make the final
determination as to the
appropriateness of volunteers for
- Due to insurance requirements, the nature of the service provided by MTR and the population served, it is MTR’s policy that potential volunteers will not be accepted into the program that have been charged with a crime within the last 5 years.
Steps to Becoming an MTR Volunteer:
complete and return the
Application to our Volunteer Manager, by fax
Volunteer@mtrinc.org, or mail
1141 Sunrise Beach Road, Crownsville, MD 21032.
- The Volunteer Manager will call to discuss your interest and our volunteer opportunities once your volunteer application is received.
- Register for a Volunteer Orientation and Training with the Volunteer Manager.
calendar for sessions.
Dates and times are subject to
change. Registration is required.
- Attend your scheduled Volunteer Orientation and Training. Sessions are held rain or shine. We will notify you in the event we must cancel due to a weather-related emergency or unsafe driving conditions. Please dress for the weather and wear closed-toed shoes and barn appropriate attire. Review the Volunteer
Training Manual. You may print a copy and bring to orientation if you wish.