A group advocating for the care of street trees in Watertown seeks teens to take part in a summer program.
The program director of Teens for Trees, David Meshoulam provided the following information:
We’re looking forward to an exciting TFW Teens for Trees program this summer. In this third year of the program, we’ll be hiring 6 to 10 Watertown youth to learn about and advocate for the health of our community and its trees. Know a teen who may be interested? They can find out more and apply at our website: https://tfwteensfortrees.org/t4t2019/
Got program questions? I’m happy to answer by email at email@example.com
We are incalculably grateful for the Watertown community’s very generous support for TFW’s Teens for Trees program during its startup years. We’re now raising funds for teen stipends and operating funds for this year’s program. If you or your company is interested in helping support TFW Teens for Trees 2019 with a donation, you can do so at: https://tfwteensfortrees.org/support/, or contact me.
Your generosity will help ensure that Watertown continues to grow a community of young advocates and healthy trees.