Support our fundraising and advocacy efforts in support of Measure 99 and Outdoor School in a variety of ways:
Outreach & Special Events
Like to interact with people? Volunteer to staff an outreach table at a community event!
Deep experience in marketing, advocacy, fund development and technology, among other skills, if often needed.
We’re expanding our board! In order to more fully represent Oregon, we are especially seeking cultural and ethnic diversity, as well as members from regions outside of Greater Portland.
Development, Marketing or Advocacy Intern
Looking to break into nonprofit development, marketing or advocacy work? Consider an internship with us. We can customize an internship to fit your interests, schedule and needs.
Work directly with an ODS program or Outdoor School facility in your area:
Specific Needs One-on-One Volunteer
Work one-on-one with a specific needs student while attending Outdoor School. Your commitment will ensure that ALL students are able to fully participate in ALL Outdoor School activities.
Junior Counselor Volunteers
Are you a high school or college student? Many Outdoor School programs around the state need students to volunteer as junior counselors. This is a life-changing experience for you and the fifth- or sixth-grade students you mentor. (It also looks fantastic on your resume!)
Classroom Guest Speaker
Come share what you know about natural sciences, Oregon agriculture and industries, the great outdoors! Culturally specific presentations are particularly requested. Your visit will help students prepare for their upcoming Outdoor School experience.
Expert Trainer for Outdoor School Staff or Classroom Teachers
Want to share your special skill, expertise or knowledge with adults? Come train Outdoor School staff or classroom teachers about your field of expertise so that they may share with Outdoor School students.
Corporate Volunteer Day
Need to build your team, increase company morale or just get out of the office for some fresh air? We can help you plan a corporate volunteer day at an Outdoor School Site.