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North Bay Business Journal: Volunteers Needed - How the Pandemic Forced a Change

February 12, 2024
  • Marine science careers

Volunteers Needed - How the Pandemic Forced a Change for North Bay Groups That Rely on Them

Published in the North Bay Business Journal: February 12, 2024

As with so many things, the COVID pandemic upended the world of volunteering.

With a shortage of volunteers, nonprofit organizations can struggle to live up to their mission. ...

“I think COVID was a pretty big reset of personal calendars and priorities,” said Bob Figlock with The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito. His group is having a hard time filling roles that require a lengthy time commitment.

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