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Volunteer Opportunities

 

If you’ve been itching to get personally involved with the future of China Lake, roll up your sleeves and become a CLA volunteer! We are always seeking highly motivated individuals to serve on our Board of Directors* or volunteer as opportunities become available.

 

To Apply:

Review the information below, then fill out and submit the accompanying form. We look forward to having you on our team! 

  • Advocacy - Represent CLA's interests at the local, state and federal levels.

  • Conservation, Construction & Landscaping Participate with LakeSmart, the Loon Count, invasive plant monitoring (via Courtesy Boat Inspection/Plant Paddles) and more. Tackle nonpoint source (NPS) pollution projects with our Erosion Control Team, the Youth Conservation Corps and landowners.

  • Development - Foster existing relationships and curate new funding opportunities.

  • Education - Plan and host community awareness events and other programs.

  • Financial Stewardship - Maximize the impact of CLA’s membership donations, grants and other investments.

  • Logistics & Organization - Utilize strong communication and project management skills to support CLA initiatives. 

  • Public Speaking - Engage with the community — kids to seniors! — at various events.

  • Social Media, Website & Technology - Grow CLA’s digital presence, user engagement and experience.

  • Writing & Design - Create copy and materials for CLA programs.

*The Board of Directors meets monthly (mostly via Zoom) -- normally the third Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m. In addition to regular meeting attendance, Directors are required to be actively engaged and fully support our mission. Directors shall be selected entirely on a nondiscriminatory basis with respect to age, sex, race, color, religion, sexual orientation, pregnancy, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.

Volunteer with Us!

What Are You Interested In? (select all that apply):
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 Masthead Photo Credit: Jason Rushing

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