Volunteer & Job Opportunities

Want to be a member of our board? Download and fill out an application.

  TROT Board Application
Mail to: TROT, P.O. Box 5108 • Pasco, WA 99302 or email to: info@trot3ities.org

Volunteers come in all shapes and sizes… there are many ways you can join and help TROT!

“I shall pass through this world but once. Any good, therefore, that I can do or any kindness that I can show to any human being, let me do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again.”

— Ghandi

RIDING LESSON VOLUNTEER

Being an active part of the lesson program and be “hands-on” with the courageous students as a side-walker or horse leader.  Training workshops will be provided periodically.

FUNDRAISING

If special events are your forte, you can help in the planning, preparation, and execution of our fundraising events held throughout the year.

SIDEWALKER

  • Greet rider & rider’s family
  • Get rider’s helmet and assist with putting it on
  • Support rider while mounting the horse
  • Communicate with rider during lesson
  • Ensure safety of rider before, during, and after the lesson

STABLE HANDS

  • Equine feeding
  • Check, clean, and fill all water troughs
  • Muck and assist with trash disposal
  • Special projects (i.e. raking, setting up pasture trails, mending fences, fixing gates, etc.)

PHOTOGRAPHY

  • Take pictures at classes and events (i.e. Mane Event, Harvest Hoedown, etc.)

BOARD MEMBER

SPECIAL PROJECTS

HISTORIAN

STABLE MAINTENANCE, HORSE CARE AND TRAINING

Care and maintenance of the horses and facility as a stable volunteer.

BEHIND THE SCENES

Help providing general office assistance, answering phone calls, mailings, computer or social media marketing and manning booths at community functions. 

HORSE LEADER

  • Prepare horses for classes – groom, warm up and tack
  • Assure safety for horses and riders during lessons

OFFICE/ADMINISTRATION

  • Assist the administrator once a week for two hours
  • Cleaning

FUNDRAISING, SPECIAL CAMPAIGNS, COMMUNITY AWARENESS

  • Participate on committees for events (i.e. Mane Event, Harvest Hoedown, etc.)
  • Grant Writing
  • Ambassador

TROTTER

  • Between the ages of 9 – 16
  • Help check-in riders
  • Help groom and tack horses for the adaptive riding sessions
  • Assist the horse instructor during the adaptive riding sessions

SOCIAL MEDIA

  • Daily updates to Facebook and Instagram

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Job Opportunities

Job Description: Ambassador Coordinator

Position Summary: Position Summary: Ambassador Coordinator reports to, and is managed by, the Executive Director.  The Ambassador Coordinator is responsible for maintaining the overall purpose and direction of the Ambassador Program.  The Ambassador Coordinator is expected to make recommendations to the Executive Director regarding any significant issues or problems identified.