TEAM DNR Volunteer Training Overview
The first 2015 three-day training will be held on the following dates:
On February 20th and 27th the training will be held a the DNR Tawes Building at 580 Taylor Avenue, Annapolis, MD 21401.
On Thursday, March 5th the training will be held at Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary in Lothian, MD (about 1/2 hour from the Tawes Building).
Goal of TEAM Training Workshops
TEAM training provides volunteers with the knowledge and skills they will need to conduct classroom programs confidently, including classroom management techniques. Volunteers come away from the training with a new understanding of the Chesapeake Bay and how its many components interact.
Additional Training Opportunities
In addition to our core training sessions, TEAM offers volunteers experiences to broaden knowledge on specific species, management issues, or actual natural resource jobs. We also encourage volunteers to visit State Parks on their own time.
Volunteers must commit to at least 4 days of classroom time in a school year in order to remain active.
If you have further questions call Chris Hintz, TEAM program coordinator, at 410-260-8809 or email her at email@example.com
DNR biologist teaching volunteers
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DNR biologist demonstrating
stream sampling techniques.
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