Volunteer Supervisor Interest Survey Posted on August 1, 2016, updated on March 7, 2017 by Great River Greening Your Name* First Last Your primary e-mail address* How did you first hear about Great River Greening's Volunteer Supervisor program?*Why do you identify as a Great River Greening Volunteer Supervisor?*Hold down the Ctrl key to select more than one option.It gives me leadership trainingI enjoy teaching and motivating othersI am making a tangible differenceTo build my resumeTo be a part of the communityFor the health of the environmentOtherWhat level of workload are you able to participate in?*Select the maximum workload you are comfortable with.Light (flatter ground, shorter walking distances, lighter tasks)Medium (some sloped/uneven terrain, moderate walking distance, moderate tasks)Heavy (steeper/uneven terrain, longer walking distances, heavy workload)What types of Great River Greening projects would you like to join?*Hold down the Ctrl key to select more than one option.Restoration workWorking with youthEduationOutreachResearchOther (please specify)What types of restoration work are you interested in joining or learning more about?*Hold down the Ctrl key to select more than one option.Tree plantingOther plantingErosion controlInvasive plant removalSeed collection/sewingAre you interested in volunteering at projects in only certain geographies?*Are you a new or returning Volunteer Supervisor?NewReturningDo you feel you receive support you need from Great River Greening staff?*Please be as descriptive as possible. Think about your initial Volunteer Supervisor Training, educational materials pre-event, training you receive day-of-event, and opportunities for personal and professional advancement.To help us plan for our future event seasons, do you expect to volunteer as a Supervisor in the upcoming season?*YesNoCannot yet commitPlease share any other comments about your volunteer experience with Great River Greening and/or how we can better the Volunteer Supervisor program.EmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.