Volunteer tasks and assignments come in all skill levels and time commitments, such as helping tabulate scores or mentoring contestants. The more people that volunteer, the better this experience will be for the students – click here to register.
CARING FOR OUR WATERSHEDS offers students an opportunity to consult with qualified community members who are supportive and knowledgeable about the program and local environmental issues.
Teachers, students and/or teams can request a Watershed Ambassador to:
- give a classroom presentation on the contest
- explain issues and concerns in the local environment
- help the student and/or team brainstorm solutions to a local watershed issue
- provide feedback on contest entry ideas
- provide support to finalists
Watershed Ambassadors are volunteer community members. Requests will be met based on availability of the volunteers. Click here to register as a volunteer.
In addition to Watershed Ambassadors, there are other volunteer tasks and assignments that come in all skill levels and time commitments.
For example, you could volunteer to help tabulate scores, greet participants at the registration desk, provide feedback on contest entries, or provide Information Technology support during the finals.
The more people that volunteer, the better this experience will be for the students.