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Cape Cod Volunteer Program
Current volunteer opportunities are listed below. Please read over the Job Descriptions for open positions as they outline the duties of the particular volunteer role. Please apply to the particular position if it aligns with your interests. We will open and close volunteer position listings as our needs change.
The minimum age to volunteer with the MSPCA is 16 years old. If you or your child is under the age of 16, you can view other opportunities to help the Cape Cod MSPCA.
Current volunteer opportunities for those ages 16+ are listed below. Please click on the open positions to learn more about each role. Please apply for the role that best matches your qualifications, availability, and interests! We will open and close volunteer position listings as our needs change.
All volunteer roles require regular access to email and the internet and most require a weekly commitment on a set day and time.
Are you a Veterinarian, Veterinary Technician or Vet Assistant?
We are looking for MA licensed veterinarians, veterinary technicians or vet assistants with 1-2 years of experience to volunteer at our spay/neuter clinic. Email email@example.com if you are interested in learning more!
Looking for group opportunities?
The availability of on-property tasks for groups is limited. We encourage school groups and civic organizations to hold a supply drive benefiting our Community Outreach pet food pantry. These are hugely helpful! Our most common needs are wet and dry cat food, wet and dry dog food, dog and cat toys, and cat litter. If your corporate group is interested in an on-property group volunteer opportunity in exchange for a monetary donation to MSPCA-Angell, please visit our Corporate Volunteer Program page for more information.
Volunteers are an integral pillar of the MSPCA team and are critical to the success of our mission. Through their unique talents, skill, knowledge and care, volunteers improve the lives of the animals we touch through our programs and in our communities. The staff offers a well-structured volunteer experience with an orientation, mentor training, and subsequent specialized trainings. Volunteers and staff work together as a team; we provide an inclusive and integrated culture of support, treating each other with kindness and care. Together, staff and volunteers act as positive role models, demonstrating the organizational values of Excellence, Collaboration, Positivity, Service, Integrity and Compassion as we strive to support animals in our community and the people that love them.