VOLUNTEER and EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES and Programs
In the past we have been working with volunteers from the Marin School of Environmental Leadership, Environmental Forum of Marin and the College of Marin Internship Program. We need volunteers ongoing for our Eastern Streams of Marin County Report Card as well as additional volunteer opportunities outlined below.
If you would like to be a part of this important work, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research Assistant and Biological Report Writer
Perfect job for someone interested in gaining specific experience in environmental policy and scientific writing. Excellent pre-law opportunity. Work would include research data analysis, historical research (species, environmental conditions), development of a Marin County Stream Report Card, working from agency reports (National Marine Fisheries Service, California Dept. Fish and Wildlife, Federal Register Natural Resource codes for Federal and State, Environmental Protection Agency, reports, etc.), organizing information for public hearings.
Administrative Assistant to Director
Data entry, outreach, light bookkeeping, correspondence, data management, website management, appointment calendar, grassroots organizing, social media outreach, organizing information for public hearings, general office management and scheduling.
Social Media & Outreach Guru
Do you like to send messages, compile information, stay current on breaking news stories and disseminate information and reach the greatest audience possible? We need someone with skills at communication, Facebook, Twitter, etc. and willing to table at events and interact with the public.
Biological interest/background to map and survey aquatic life, test and assess water quality, enter data on Survey Monkey, learn to identify native/invasive plants, geomorphology and restoration potential for creeks located Eastern Marin e.g. Corte Madera, Mill Valley, Fairfax, Larkspur, San Rafael.