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Adopt-A-Spot Volunteer/Team Leader 

Public Works - Storm Water Program

A clean neighborhood is a beautiful one! Adopt-A-Spot partners with the Department of Public Works and the residents and merchants in your local community.

This program is designed for individuals, community groups, businesses, churches, schools and other organizations who want to maintain a clean neighborhood. Volunteers of all ages, including school age children under the supervision of an adult, come together to remove litter from the streets, sidewalks, and storm drain openings.

Adopted areas include County roads, sidewalks, storm drain inlets, gutters, and County-owned vacant land. Removal of debris prevents pollution from reaching our creeks, bays and ocean and is particularly important during winter storms to ensure proper storm water runoff and to help prevent localized flooding.

If you are interested in adopting an area or learning more about becoming a volunteer or a team leader, please contact Angela Clapp at 415-473-3202 or aclapp@marincounty.org.

Service Location:
CA 

Contact:
Joy Fossett
(415) 473-7447

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MCFL Teen Leadership Crew 

Library - Fairfax

Are you interested in volunteering virtually on the teen leadership crew? Projects include working on the library's social media accounts, attending weekly meetings, and planning and leading virtual programs for teens and kids.

Please contact April Hayley (ahayley@marincounty.org) if you are interested in learning more. You may receive volunteer credit for hours served.

Service Location:
CA 

Contact:
Joy Fossett

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Digital Accessibility Intern 

Human Resources

Do you enjoy designing online reports and documents? Have you ever taken the next step to ensure the documents are accessible for everyone, including people living with disabilities? If you care about communication and providing County information to everyone, we have the opportunity for you!

The Marinterns program seeks students who want to learn about digital accessibility. The ideal candidate knows MS Word and is interested in learning how to create documents and PDFs accessible to all. You will have the opportunity for online learning and applying new skills to important County documents. We encourage you to apply!

Hours: 6 to 10 a week on a mutually agreeable schedule. Location: Marin Civic Center, San Rafael, with option to do some tasks remotely if desired. Staff provides orientation and supervision.

Service Location:
3501 Civic Center Drive
Room 415
San Rafael, CA  94903

Contact:
Joy Fossett
(415) 473-7447

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