Volunteers are the backbone of the work that Cornell Cooperative Extension Schoharie and Otsego Counties does in the community. Please consider sharing your time and talents with us through the volunteer opportunities listed below. We follow the volunteer procedures set forth by Cornell University.
For a volunteer application, or for more information about becoming a volunteer please use the information for your county found below:
Otsego County call (607) 547-2536 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Schoharie County call (518) 234-4303 / (518) 296-8310 or email email@example.com
Please contact Don Smyers (firstname.lastname@example.org), Executive Director, for more information.
Share your expertise guiding our Agriculture, Nutrition, or 4-H Youth Development programs.
4-H offers youth aged 5 to 19 from throughout Schoharie and Otsego Counties a variety of special interest clubs, afterschool programs, summer programs, and an experience at the Schoharie or Otsego County Fair. There are many short and long-term opportunities for volunteer involvement, depending upon the skills you care to share and the time you wish to commit to volunteering.
To volunteer in Schoharie County please contact Teresa Adell at email@example.com
To volunteer in Otsego County please contact Patti Zellmer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Master Gardener Volunteer Training is offered in alternate years; call for information. The Master Gardener Volunteer program, offered throughout the U.S. and Canada, provides avid gardeners with many hours of intensive home horticulture training. In return, they share their knowledge and enthusiasm for gardening with others by volunteering to assist with gardening classes and demonstrations, school and community gardening, phone diagnostic service, research, and many other projects. Master Gardener Volunteers in Schoharie and Otsego Counties answer gardening questions for callers. For more information, please contact David Cox (518) 234-4303 / (518)296-8310 or e-mail email@example.com.
Last updated January 9, 2019