Do you love nature? Enjoy Science? Like learning more about our environment and teaching others new things? Then become a Environmental Volunteer! Nine Environmental Volunteers were honored on November 7 for more than 30 years of service as an Environmental Volunteer and you can apply to be one too!
The Oh-to-Be Thirty Something! event at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Palo Alto recognized the following for their thirty or more years of dedicated service as an Environmental Volunteer: Mary Paine, 38 years; Christy Holloway, 37 years; Anne Page, 35 years; Joan Coston, 35 years; Jan Fenwick, 34 years; Irene Estelle, 33 years; Louise Levy, 33 years; Jan Whitmer, 31 years; and Bob McIntryre, 30 years.
Environmental Volunteers aren’t required to have a teaching background, they just need to enjoy and be enthusiastic about nature and science. Environmental Volunteers visit students in their classrooms and help kids become excited to learn about science and nature. Training is provided. To view a full list of volunteer opportunities, visit evols.org/volunteer.
If you are interested in becoming an Environmental Volunteer, like those who were recently honored, call the Environmental Volunteers, Monday through Friday, at (650) 961-0545 or (408) 244-2449 or complete this online information request form.