Your deets

Please check all that apply.

What you bring as an educator and crew member:

Share your previous experience with an emphasis in the following areas: 1) Working with youth 2) Farming/gardening/tree planting 3) Environmental education 4) Arts education 5) Intensive live/work environments.

Tour Life, Schedule and Culture

It is Common Vision’s policy that all Fruit Tree Tour crew member, individually and collectively, demonstrate maximum respect in attitude and actions to all people of the many culturally and racially diverse communities visited during the tour. Common Vision is committed to cultivating a living and working environment that intentionally seeks to promote the coexistence of people of diverse background and identity based on mutual respect and integrity.  Common Vision requires that the Fruit Tree Tour living and working environments on tour are free from discrimination on the basis of race, class, ethnicity, religion, gender or sexual orientation. Will you actively support this policy?

The tour schedule will have us all working from 7am until 6pm, 6 days a week for 3.5 weeks. Are you willing and able to keep this pace?

Spring Tour: Jan 22 - March 12 2018

Medical & Legal

Common Vision is required by law to run background checks on all volunteers in order to work on the schoolyard. Please consider if you have any legal history that would prevent you from legally working with school kids.

Tour schedule and work can be quiet demanding. Please consider if you have any health challenges that will greatly hinder your capacity to perform in this environment.