TEMECULA: County waste department seeks outreach volunteers

TEMECULA – Are you interested in helping the environment?  Do you like to compost or recycle?  Become an Outreach Volunteer with the Riverside County Department of Waste Resources and help the earth by helping others become better recyclers and composters.

Outreach Volunteers assist with classes or events by interacting with the public, answering questions on outreach programs and distributing materials. The ideal volunteer enjoys meeting people, likes to learn new things and is passionate about the environment. The total volunteer commitment is attendance at Orientation and Training (2 hours) and 4 hours/quarter of volunteer time. Opportunities to volunteer at classes and events exist across the entire county, plus the volunteers select the events, dates and times that work best for them.

Outreach Volunteers can also choose to attend extra training and volunteer more hours in order to become certified as a Master Composter.  Once a volunteer reaches Master Composter status, the volunteer is allowed to teach classes on their own or work with schools and community gardens as a composting mentor.  Outreach Volunteers are integral to the success of county recycling and composting programs and are recognized by the county annually for their dedication and hours worked.

Orientation and Training class is scheduled five times in 2017 with the next one planned for 5:30 pm Thursday, August 17, at the Temecula Conference Center, 41000 Main Street in Temecula. For more information, potential Outreach Volunteers can visit www.rcwaste.org/volunteer or call 951-486-3200.

One Response to "TEMECULA: County waste department seeks outreach volunteers"

  1. I Am The Beast Sssotlohiefmjn   August 11, 2017 at 9:05 am

    I do compost, I have not the proper set up but my plans are to change and remedy this.


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