Volunteer with the Columbia Group!
The Sierra Club is the county's oldest and largest grassroots organization, which means volunteers run the Columbia Group and we need your help!!! Whatever your interests or skills, we have just the right opportunity for you!
You can jump right in by offering to help with one of our current volunteer opportunities. Or come to a meeting or event to get to know folks and talk to someone about how you’d like to get involved. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or new to volunteering with the Columbia Group, we can’t wait to see you!
Four Easy Ways to Get Involved
1. Fill out a volunteer interest form
Let us know what types of issues and volunteer activities you’d like to work on by filling out our online Volunteer Sign Up Form.
2. Sign up for our volunteer bulletin
The Calendar/Volunteer Bulletin with the latest volunteer opportunities is delivered directly to your email box on a weekly basis. To sign up, join the Oregon Columbia News List.
3. Check out our current volunteer needs
We have lots of opportunities for you to get involved! Whether it’s helping with a campaign event, serving on a committee, lending a hand in the office, or attending an outing, we’d love to have you! Check out the list of Volunteer Opportunities!
4. Tell your friends to get involved
The surest way we all can make a difference is by telling our friends about the environmental issues we care about and by encouraging them to get involved, too. Ask a friend to come to or, better yet, help out at a Columbia Group event with you. Two sets of hands are always better than one!
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Columbia Group Volunteer Opportunities
Inner City Outings Leaders
Lead outings that take disadvantaged urban youth and put them in wild areas that they normally would not have the opportunity to explore.
Visit the Columbia Group’s Inner City Outings page for a description of this volunteer opportunity and contact information.
Newsletter Article Writers
Write newsletter articles on salmon recovery efforts and the current status of various salmon species in the Pacific Northwest.
Contact: Jeff Fryer at email@example.com
Volunteers are also needed to help prepare candidate questionnaires, determine which races are most important in advancing Sierra Club’s goals, and to be involved in candidate interview panels. This is a great opportunity to be effective in ensuring the success of environmental candidates as many voters place a high priority on Sierra Club endorsements.
Contact: Nancy Hatch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in any of these positions, or if there are other activities you would like to help out with, do any of the following: