Licking River Watershed Watch
Our monitoring teams, sample coordinators, instructors,
It is critical that we respect, recognize and
To ensure that happens, we should adopt the following "Volunteer Bill Of Rights" as policy for our work.
Your Volunteer Bill of Rights:
1. The right to meaningful, challenging work
2. The right to say no. The right to choose the
3. The right to be respected as an individual,
4. The right to be kept informed of the goals,
5. The right to know how and where you fit in the
6. The right to ask questions about the project and
7. The right to clear instruction, support and
8. The right to a voice in the operation of
9. The right to have your work and contributions
10.The right to graceful opportunities to exit from
1. Be willing to learn.
2. Have respect for others involved in the project.
2. Be clear about the level of commitment you are
3. If you make a commitment, do your best to carry
4. If you have concerns or questions, please, speak
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