• Recycling Ambassador Program
    Looking for leadership opportunities? Want to help the environment?  Are you a student at a Baltimore City Public School? Are you interested in helping your school learn about recycling and waste reduction?
    If so, you can become a Recycling Ambassador to encourage recycling at your school or another school.  Volunteers can tackle low recycling rates in their own and other schools and become a representative for recycling.
    How the Program Works
    Each Ambassador is assigned to a school and will assist with the recycling program, help organize school recycling events, and educate the school and the community and more! Specific responsibilities include:
    • Work with host school to develop and maintain an effective "green" team of students, teachers and staff
    • Assist in developing an action plan to ensure success of the recycling program
    • Collaborate with other Recycling Ambassadors to share best practices
    • Serve as a liaison between the school district and the host school on recycling issues
    • Once the recycling program is well established, coordinate at least one recycling Service Learning project
    • Track and submit personal Service Learning hours
    Benefit to Volunteers
    Earn Service Learning hours
    Build your leadership skills
    Become an expert in recycling and waste reduction
    Directly improve recycling rates and help the environment
    Time Commitment
    Weekly before, during or after school recycling efforts 
    Optional: participate in additional service learning projects throughout the year 
    For more information
    Joanna Pi-Sunyer, green schools coordinator