As an ambassador for the Billion Oyster Project, you will learn more about the inner-workings of each of our programs, while build career skills and work experience in your interested program. You will have the opportunity to provide outreach at educational and foodie events, support our field team at our reef sites, engage students in our educational programming and help facilitate our community science trainings and volunteer days.
– Flexible field opportunities! – BOP gear – Opportunity to attend BOP/NY Harbor School fundraiser events (based on performance) – Build career skills and experience in education, outreach, public speaking and leadership – Networking opportunities – Enjoy an awesome work environment on the NY Harbor waterfront – Working with an awesome, dedicated & fun team! – Knowing your work is contributing to the restoration of our local natural resource
Outreach Team Love talking about cool things? Help our outreach team, bring the wonder and excitement of oysters to NYC’s communities! – Attend outreach events, festivals, educational fairs and oyster foodie socials – Engage the public on ways they can get involved with BOP – Educate the public on NY Harbor’s ecosystem, importance of oysters and how they can experience our marine environment! Qualifications: Must have a great personality and enjoy talking with the public and youth Reefs Field Team Enjoy the great outdoors? Work with our “Reefs” team as they install and monitor more oyster reefs and engage communities in the fun! – Support reef installations and monthly monitoring – Lead wild oyster surveying – Provide BOP outreach to community reef neighborhoods – Support community partners in monitoring programs – Help facilitate public monitoring events Qualifications: Must enjoy field work, feel comfortable on boats and getting dirty Citizen Science & School Educational Field Team Enjoy working with students? Support BOP teachers applying BOP curriculum in the field. – Help facilitate Oyster Restoration Station (ORS) Trainings with teachers and citizen scientists – Support BOP teachers during ORS expeditions Qualifications: Must enjoy working with students and comfortable with muddy fieldwork Volunteer Program Field Team Enjoy working with public groups? Work with our public programs team as they engage volunteers in hands-on oyster restoration work – Help lead and facilitate BOP volunteer days on Governors Island and Community Reef Sites Qualifications: Must have a great personality and enjoy field work & working with students and adults
We are not currently accepting new BOP ambassadors at this time. If you are interested in becoming an ambassador in the future, we encourage you to sign up for public volunteer day(s).
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