April 22* Required Webinar: Volunteer Crew Chefs play a fun, yet vital role on VOC projects: ensuring that volunteers stay well-fed and well-fueled! If you are an organized individual with a passion for food, sign up for this online webinar to learn more about supplying and/or cooking meals for volunteers in some of Colorado's most spectacular places. We will cover the basics of the Crew Chef role including proper meal planning, safe food prep, camp set-up and clean-up, zero waste methods, and many other topics related to managing an outdoor kitchen. A link to the webinar with access instructions will be sent via email prior to the April 22 training date.
*If you are unavailable on April 22, please register anyway. We will send you a link afterwards for you to review before moving forward as a VOC Crew Chef.
April 25 Optional Orientation: After the webinar, you can choose to join us for an optional orientation at VOC's Operations Center in Lakewood to get a more hands-on look at the Crew Chef process, including the various equipment available to VOC Crew Chefs.
About Outdoor Stewardship Institute (OSI)
Originally created in collaboration with other organizations, OSI offers affordable, in-depth training courses for volunteers and employees from any organization to learn or improve their stewardship skills and prepare for a variety of leadership roles. Approximately 300 people each year receive OSI training in topics such as volunteer crew leadership; trail design, construction, and maintenance; ecological, habitat, and fire restoration; crosscut saw skills and more. OSI is a program of Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC), the state's oldest, largest, and leading outdoor stewardship nonprofit organization. For more information, visit www.voc.org/osi or call 303-715-1010.