The Volunteer and Outreach Intern will assist Executive Director, Volunteer Coordinator, Ambassador Liaison and Board of Directors in building volunteer capacity within Northern Arizona, creating new events for fundraising, expanding our Oak Creek Ambassador Program and building capacity within the organization.
Our membership program allows individuals, families, businesses, and organizations to support the vital work that OCWC does on a continual basis in Oak Creek. We hope you will recognize the importance of this work and help OCWC attain its goal of protecting Oak Creek and keeping the waters clean by joining our membership.
Volunteering can take shape in many forms, so with each of us giving a small amount of our time – we are able to make a huge difference!
Every member of OCWC appreciates the value of time as it is our most precious commodity to give. We hope you will be active in your participation as a member, and know that your time and effort will help us collectively add another building block to the foundation of service we provide to the Oak Creek Watershed community.
Follow us online at our various social networks, including Facebook, to get updates on events happening throughout the watershed; policy items affecting our rivers; see beautiful pictures of Oak Creek and its tributaries; hear from our members; and more!
We love hearing from you and these networks are a place where you can join the conversation. We welcome you to share your own photos, videos, comments and more. See you there!
THIS POSITION WILL OPEN ON NOVEMBER 1.
The Stormwater and GI Intern will assist the Executive Director, Stormwater Technical Manager and Board of Directors in creating a working relationship with the City of Sedona to promote Green Infrastructure, update MS4 Permit requirements, implement rainwater harvesting techniques and bring greater Stormwater pollution awareness to the Sedona community.
September 22, 2015
This summer, six dedicated young people called the Oak Creek Ambassadors removed over 4973 lbs. of trash from recreation areas all along beloved Oak Creek.
June 29, 2015
ADEQ awards the Oak Creek Watershed Council $275,000 to fund eight Ambassadors to do education, outreach and lead litter cleanup effort.