LHF Lake Steward Program
The Lake Hopatcong Foundation is launching a program based on the Lake George Lake Steward program, to help prevent the spread of invasive species to Lake Hopatcong. Students at Seton Hall University helped craft the program as part of a partnership between the LHF and the school’s Greenius environmental studies program.
Be a part of the Lake Hopatcong Foundation’s Lake Steward program’s second year, spending shifts at Lee’s County Park on Lake Hopatcong, educating boaters about invasive species and how to prevent their spread, as well as distributing materials about invasive species and clean boating. Lake Stewards will work outdoors in most weather conditions, though shifts will be canceled in the case of severe weather conditions.
To apply for the 2017 Lake Steward openings, complete the online application form below.
Shifts: Part-time shifts available Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from late May to late August; must be available to work some weekends.
Interns – Must be 14 years of age or older.
Lake Steward Intern Duties:
-Distribution of printed materials to watercraft users
-Answering of questions on invasive species/clean boating
-Completion of short questionnaire to users and collection of data from questionnaire
-Strong communication skills
-Sound understanding of customer relations
-Comfortable approaching lake users and working outdoors
-Ability to work independently
-Interest in environmental work