February 9, 2016

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This past Saturday, I attended the youth job fair held by East Bay Regional Park. Although I had the intention to go there to explore future opportunities in jobs (post-grad) I quickly realized that I was wrong. The fair was directed towards teen internships and entry-level jobs. Nevertheless, I still learned new things, met interesting people, and overall became exposed to the huge variety of positions that the park offers.

Each station at the fair offered explanations, salaries, calendars, and descriptions of each of their jobs. Some station examples included...

January 27, 2016

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“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?” – Martin Luther King, Jr. 

On Monday, January 18th, Richmond High Marine Debris Interns gathered at the Richmond Greenway to support at the MLK Day of Action.

Interns worked to educate community participants about watersheds alongside Liza Dadiomov from the Watershed Project using the Watershed Model.

Here is what interns had to say about the event:

“On MLK Day I helped out at the Greenway by educating kids. We had a model of a watershed...

January 12, 2016

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Richmond High School Interns have participated in Martin Luther King Jr. day at the Richmond Greenway for over 3 years. Every year The Watershed Project comes to visit our meetings to help us prepare for our day of action!

Environmental educators Liza and Jeannies came to visit on Monday, January 11th to train us on how to educate community members about marine debris and watersheds using the watershed model in addition to providing training for planting and mulching work we were going to complete.

“Two skills...

December 14, 2015

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Last week, EarthTeam interns from Pinole Valley High School hosted a litter removal along the stretch of creek adjacent to their high school. It had been raining heavily throughout the prior days, but we were treated to a break in the storm, perfectly timed for the end of the school day, and the beginning of the cleanup.

EarthTeam interns passed out trash bags, gloves, and litter pickers to the students who had heard about the pickup from their classmates during classroom announcements, or over the loud speaker. As they walked down the trail, they...

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