February 18, 2020

TreeUtah Volunteer Team Leaders Are Invaluable

Written by Jack Jacobs, Volunteer Coordinator

Do you enjoy volunteering and lending your time to good causes? Are you interested in taking that one step further, by helping others volunteer and by helping to make sure that their experiences are as valuable and as rewarding as possible? If so, you should become a TreeUtah Volunteer Team Leader (VTL)! Our volunteer team leaders help us facilitate tree plantings by helping to guide and manage our volunteers at events, making sure each volunteer is adequately prepared and engaged throughout the course of the planting. In this way, our team leaders are critical in allowing us to successfully coordinate and carry out volunteer tree planting events. As a small organization, the work of our volunteers, and especially our volunteer team leaders, is extremely crucial in allowing us to engage communities throughout the state to promote environmental awareness and improve Utah’s environments through the simple act of planting trees. 

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer team leader, you can go to the ‘Become a Volunteer Team Leader’ page and fill out the form to sign up! Once the form is submitted, our volunteer coordinator will reach out to you to set up a time to meet, provide you with the necessary training, and answer any questions that you may have. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to help improve Utah’s environment through planting trees, as well as to help facilitate environmental education and stewardship!