EBBC Outreach Captain Training

From the East Bay Bicycle Coalition:

As a volunteer outreach captain, you’ll have a chance to make a real difference for the East Bay with just a few hours of your time. If you enjoy working with a great team, are passionate about bikes, and are willing to chat with new riders, sign up to become an Outreach Captain today.

Outreach trainings will take place in the Downtown Berkeley Bikestation at 2208 Shattuck Ave. Dinner will be provided.

Sign up here!

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