Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all new dog and front desk volunteer training classes have been suspended indefinitely. We look forward to accepting new volunteers once we are able. Cat training classes will be held in very limited numbers, for local residents only. See our cat training website for more information as classes are scheduled.
Volunteers are the heart and soul of Centre County PAWS. It takes hundreds of volunteer and staff hours to maintain and grow the Center. The number of paid staff is limited so volunteers comprise the vast majority of people power at PAWS. It takes numerous volunteers to care for the dogs and cats every morning and evening, and there are dozens more "behind the scenes" volunteers working on adoption applications, fundraising, scheduling, ongoing medical care, and much more.
Learn more about the volunteer opportunities available at Centre County PAWS and apply today!