Become an Ambassador for a Clean Energy Future
CCSE is tremendously grateful for all the help volunteers give throughout the year. As a growing nonprofit organization, we rely on our volunteers to help us maintain our outreach efforts, ensuring that we continue to engage the public and educate them on our ever expanding programs.
We call our volunteers "Ambassadors" because they give more than just their time. They are an extension of our organization, acting as our delegates out in the community and helping to further our mission.
Why Volunteer at CCSE?
Giving back to your community by supporting CCSE’s vision of creating a sustainable energy future will feel good. It’s fun. It’s easy. You learn a lot and you make a difference.
As an Ambassador, you have the opportunity to work with our expert staff, stay informed on the latest programs and innovations in sustainability, and gain experience to help you transition into a green career.
How to Get Started
Getting started is easy! Simply follow the steps below and let us know if you have any questions.
New Volunteer Check-list:
Overview of Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteers are needed year around to work at our offices in Kearny Mesa and participate in other community events throughout San Diego.
We offer volunteer opportunities for both individuals and groups, including many that do not require training or a lengthy time commitment, so that we can be sure to match your interests, skills, and availability. As a volunteer, you can contribute to various programs and events such as the Residential Energy Road Show, Earth Day, Community Savings Initiative, Hero Alliance, and more.
Energy affects all of us. When you volunteer, you’re making a vital contribution to the mission of CCSE and our community. Join us for a fun and rewarding experience!
Volunteers Appreciation Event 2009
"Being new to the renewable energy industry, volunteering offered me exposure to the field, which allowed me to realize the many benefits of working at CCSE and the difference I could make by being part of this organization."
Drew Adams, CCSE employee and former volunteer