Ambassador Training for

North Coast Volunteers


Ready to become a Trail and Beach Ambassador?

Great! The next step is to take the training. The training consists of three videos that cover the topics of what it means to be an Ambassador, how to navigate the logistics of the program and building key skills to have a successful volunteer experience.

Start Here!

Become an Ambassador - Video 1Take the Video 1 Quiz

Start here! Watch the first video to learn about the Trail Ambassador program, and then take the first quiz.

Program Logistics

Program Logistics - Video 2Take the Video 2 Quiz

Ready to learn more? Move on to the second video that covers all the logistics around becoming a volunteer, signing up for a shift and the equipment you’ll be using.

Build Your Skills

Keys for a Successful Day - Video 3Take the Video 3 Quiz

In the last part of the training, you’ll learn from your fellow volunteers how to build the skills you’ll need for a fun and impactful day at the trailhead. You’ll also learn the next steps you’ll need to take to officially become a Trail Ambassador!

Additional Volunteer Resources

Post Shift Report
Trail Ambassador Volunteer Handbook
Columbia Gorge Alternative Trails Guide
Trailhead Reference Guide: Gorge + Mt. Hood

Interested in other ways to be a Trailkeeper?

Check out these other training opportunities.

Join a Trail Party
Scout School
Trailkeepers University

Want to Get Involved?

Email to learn more about how you can help us advocate for Oregon’s trails. Or contact us at:

Trail Keepers of Oregon
P.O. Box 14814
Portland, Oregon 97293
(971) 206-4351

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