Trail Ambassador Training

Ready to become a Trail Ambassador?

Great! The next step is to take the Trail Ambassador 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.

Training Guide

Part 1: Intro to Trail Ambassadors

There are 4 parts to the Ambassador training and the journey starts here! Each part of the training is a video followed by a short simple quiz. You can find the link to each quiz below their respective videos. This first video will give you an introduction to the role of a Trail Ambassador.

Video 1 Quiz

Part 2: Safety and Logistics

Ready to learn more? Move on to the second video that covers some of the logistics around becoming a volunteer, as well as some important safety considerations. Be sure to take the Video 2 quiz when you’re done (link below the video).

Video 2 Quiz

Part 3: Sharing Stewardship

In the third part of the training, you’ll learn about the skills and key topics you’ll want to practice and understand in order to have a fun and impactful day at the trailhead. You can find the link for the video 3 quiz below the video.

Video 3 Quiz

Part 4: Final Details & Next Steps

Nearly there! This last video goes over the specifics of TKO’s Ambassador program. It covers logistics such as site set up, who your volunteer coordinator will be and how to get your background check done. Take the video 4 quiz when you’re done and then we’ll be in touch!

Video 4 Quiz

Congratulations on completing the Trail Ambassador Training! Keep an eye out for an email from Oregon State Parks to begin your background check. Be sure to also register for an upcoming Trail Ambassador Orientation Session at www.trailkeepersoforegon.org/events.

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?

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

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



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