Become an HEC Environmental Advocate!
What does an Environmental Advocate do?
Environmental Advocates (EAs) help spread important information to Hoosiers across the state. They help inform citizens about environmental legislation in the Statehouse; they spread their knowledge and passion through tabling events and attending meetings; they perform outreach via phone and social media; and more!
Some of the tasks an EA may be assigned include:
- Table at Events
- Phone Bank
- Attend Town Hall (Third House) Meetings
- Visit Legislators
- Organize/Attend House Parties (“GYCs”)
- And More!
What does it take to be an HEC Environmental Advocate?
Your time commitment as an EA is entirely up to you – we are simply looking for passionate and inspired supporters to help us in our outreach work. If you have the motivation and are willing to commit any amount of time to helping us advocate for a cleaner, greener environment then please join us! Trainings are scheduled monthly. EAs who complete two training workshops and volunteer at least 10 hours a semester will receive a certificate and a letter of reference.
Environmental Advocate Training
Held at 7:00 PM on the second Wednesday of each month in the HEC conference room. Please contact Amanda Shepherd, Senior Outreach Associate, to sign up!