Do you care about livability
and affordability in Lents?
We need your leadership
on our GROWING STAFF
Green Lents provides education, volunteer, and leadership opportunities in and around the Lents neighborhood to promote a thriving, livable community.
We work to ensure that sustainability is accessible to everyone in our neighborhood by helping community members make their projects happen. We do work to improve housing affordability, fight for clean air, restore pollinator habitat, ensure free access to tools, steward the Malden Court Community Orchard, and engage Lents residents on other key livability issues.
As a staff member you will help implement our mission and goals, and bring your leadership to our community projects.
Green Lents is committed to engaging the skills and leadership of people of color, low-income persons, LGBTQIA+ people, youth, and people with disabilities. People from these and other historically marginalized backgrounds and communities are strongly encouraged to apply!
1. Review the position descriptions located on this page to determine whether you are a good fit. If you have questions, you may reach out to Adam (Adam@greenlents.org).
Tool Library Coordinator
The Tool Library Coordinator is primarily responsible for coordinating all aspects of the volunteer program including recruiting, training, retaining, and general managing of volunteers. The Tool Library Coordinator is also available to answer general inquiries and to perform other tasks as specified by, and in collaboration with, the Tool Library team and Green Lents staff.
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To learn more about volunteer opportunities,
please email firstname.lastname@example.org