Why be a Crew Leader?
Learn more about proper trail construction and maintenance, how to lead a crew and make a contribution to local trails! The goal is to graduate qualified crew leaders who will take charge of crews for work days during the year.
The more crew leaders we have, the more work we can get done!
- Dates: April 17-19
- Location: Bear Creek Nature Center
- Cost: FREE
- Online Registration starts March 16
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- Participants must have previously participated in at least 2 work days to be eligible for training.
- Participants must sign up for two mentoring days prior to the start of training.
- Crew leaders must pass a background check to Crew Lead on City Property. Crew Leaders must submit their Social Security number to a third party provider as part of this process.
General Registration (opens March 16)
- Visit the registration page at www.coloradosprings.gov/volunteer.
- Using the date function, find the event in April’s calendar.
- Select “2015 Crew Leader Training”.
- Read through the event details and click “Register as a Volunteer”.
- Follow the instructions to access the CERVIS registration system.
- If this is your first time using CERVIS, you will be prompted to create a Volunteer Profile.
- Select “Complete Registration” to complete the process and receive a confirmation email.
- Review your confirmation email for information about registering for mentoring days.
- Participants must attend the entire two and a half day training to be eligible for certification.
- Participants must successfully complete their two mentoring days to certify.
- Certified Crew Leaders are expected to lead at least one project per year.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.