TEAM DNR Volunteers
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed it is the only thing that ever has.” - Margaret Mead
TEAM volunteers and their work are an inspiration to us all. Each trained volunteer delivers quality, hands-on presentations to students around the state. They come from diverse backgrounds, but all share a strong desire to give something back to Maryland students. Their efforts are helping to shape a new stewardship ethic among our young people.
Each volunteer attends an extensive training session. Training sessions cover our core programs and other environmental topics. Many sessions have a field component in which volunteers receive practical, hands-on experience.
Volunteers will work in pairs in the classroom, and new volunteers are in training with experienced volunteers until they feel ready to teach on their own.
How can I become a TEAM volunteer?
If you are interested in becoming a TEAM volunteer you need to do the following:
- Look at the volunteer description that details the duties of TEAM volunteers
- Fill out a TEAM volunteer application available in Adobe Acrobat format.
For more instructions about obtaining the free Adobe Acrobat viewer visit our instruction page.
- Submit the application to Chris Hintz, TEAM program coordinator, at:
Tawes Bldg. E-2
580 Taylor Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21401
- Attend a 3-day Training Course given twice a year in February/March and in August.
If you have further questions call Chris Hintz, TEAM program coordinator, at 410-260-8809 or email her at email@example.com
- Aquatic Resource Education
- ARE Grants
- Project Wet
- TEAM DNR
- Raising Horseshoe Crabs
in the Classroom
- Sunfish and Students
Raising Bluegills in the Classroom
- Trout in the Classroom
- Green Eggs & Sand
- Healthy Water,
- Hooked on Fishing
- Storm Drain Stenciling
- "Be a Part of Something BIG!"
- Full List of Programs
- Upcoming Events & Workshops
- Education Homepage
- Indicates that the program is now aligned with Marylandís new Environmental Literacy Standards!