High school students looking for opportunities to give back to the community can join our team as volunteers! Our volunteers gain professional skills like technology literacy, science communication, youth education, outreach, and more!
Volunteers can choose between conducting service-learning projects and assisting with Waterwise Community Center programs.
There will also be opportunities to become summer camp counselors in June 2019.
If you're interested in volunteering with us, please fill out this form.
Interested in becoming a Master Gardener?
University of California Master Gardeners are trained volunteers from all walks of life who share objective research-based knowledge on all aspects of home horticulture with county residents through workshops, tabling, and more. The Master Gardener training program provides 50 hours of classroom training conducted by both University of California experts and knowledgeable practitioners.