Colorado Wildlife Advocate Volunteer Opportunity

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Colorado Wildlife Advocates will work to build public and legislative support for protecting wildlife in Colorado. This role is for people who care deeply about wildlife issues and are interested in taking their wildlife advocacy efforts to the next level. A key objective for Colorado Wildlife Advocates is working with City Councils and County Boards of Supervisors to enact resolutions. We provide training on critical wildlife issues and on the legislative/regulatory process. Other possible activities include but are not limited to the following:

·         Calls and emails to elected and appointed officials

·         In-person and/or virtual meetings with elected and appointed officials

·         Recruiting others to become HSUS Colorado Allies

·         Writing and submitting letters to the editor

·         Phone banking

·         Conducting research

·         Tabling at events

·         Testifying at hearings

·         Monitoring regulatory committees

·         Leaflet/canvass in targeted areas

·         Social media actions/outreach

Volunteers will be required to report their advocacy efforts to the Colorado state director and/or program staff. Volunteers will also be required to complete an Agreement & Waiver and Release of Liability. Read more about the position in the position description.

 Special Skills Needed For This Opportunity           

·         Interest in helping protect Colorado wildlife
·         Able to follow directions

To learn more and apply about this volunteer position visit the website Colorado Wildlife Advocates will work to build public and legislative support for protecting wildlife in Colorado. 
https://volunteers.humanesociety.org/index.php?section=volunteerOpportunities&action=view&fwID=2110 
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