From signature events to First Friday art crawls, Movie Nights, and Sunday concerts, we have countless volunteer opportunities to fit all schedules. From the everyday events, to festivals and concerts, there is something for everyone! Find your niche and help us share once in a lifetime experiences that only the Guthrie Green can provide. Big or small, volunteering at the Guthrie Green is the perfect way to show your pride for the Park and the Tulsa community.
What Do Guthrie Green Park Ambassadors Do?
Park Ambassadors serve as guides for visitors to the Green, answering questions about events, assisting to enforce park rules, and help ensure visitors enjoy their experience while at the park.
Guthrie Green is a showcase of "green" technology that most park visitors are not familiar with. We want to promote knowledge of our miles of geothermal heating and cooling, solar power generators, and bio-swales.
Ambassadors help facilitate events at the park through helping with setup and take down and light park maintenance during larger events.
Training Will Be Provided
Training will be provided in a short ½ day class that will take you behind the scenes at Guthrie Green and introduce you to what you will need to know to be a successful Park Ambassador
Benefits are Incredible!
As a Guthrie Green Ambassador, you will receive exclusive access to many of the events that Guthrie Green brings to Tulsa. Volunteering at Guthrie Green is an opportunity to help promote the arts and culture in our town and make a huge difference as Tulsa transforms into a city of the arts and history. Oh, you’ll also get a sweet shirt that will identify you as someone who gives back to Guthrie Green, plus free delicious food occasionally.
Park Ambassadors will be expected to volunteer for a minimum of one event per month for no less than 4 hours. Events could include Food Truck Wednesdays, Thursday Night Movie Nights, Sunday Concert Series, and more. Guthrie Green staff also helps to put on Juneteenth, the Blue Whale Comedy Festival, XPO, Oysterfest, and Tulsa Overground.