February 21, 2012 > Volunteer at regional parks
Volunteer at regional parks
Submitted By Isa Polt-Jones
Love to volunteer? Have a desire to learn more about the East Bay Regional Parks? Want to share your favorite parks or trails with peers and the general public? Then consider becoming an official Regional Parks Ambassador.
The East Bay Regional Park District Public Affairs office is always looking to expand its network of wonderful volunteers who enjoy interacting with the public about the East Bay Regional Park District and sharing their favorite parks, trails, and more.
To become a Regional Parks Ambassador, you'll be invited to:
Participate in a free Park District training series.
Represent the Park District, alongside staff, at a variety of community-based events, fairs, festivals, and official park dedications. Past activities have included special events held at Ardenwood Historic Farm, Coyote Hills Regional Park, Quarry Lakes Regional Park and Sunol Regional Wilderness.
All Ambassadors will receive an official collectible pin and T-shirt, along with the official Ambassador Guidebook full of facts, figures, and interesting things about the East Bay Regional Park District. Training classes for Regional Parks Ambassadors are held periodically.
District Park Ambassador Training
Saturday, March 3
Coyote Hills Regional Park