Thursday, February 26, 2015

Volunteer of the Month: February 2015

Every month our Volunteer office sorts through piles of nominations from supervisors and honors one of our volunteers for their truly stupendous efforts. Meet our latest Volunteer of the Month!

Volunteers at the New England Aquarium add value to our community, not only for their enthusiasm in completing the oftentimes unglamorous tasks necessary to provide our animals with incredible care, but also because they are incredible people to work with!

This month we are awarding Erin Carpenter, West Wing Volunteer for both of these reasons! Here’s what Austin Brayton (who's blogged about the shorebirds before) wrote in her nomination:
Erin has volunteered with the West Wing for over a year. We were excited when, after taking a summer hiatus, she returned to volunteer with us again this past fall. I am nominating Erin because she is such a pleasure to work with. She is always happy to be here and that makes the staff who works with her happy as well. She enthusiastically tackles even the dirtiest and most mundane tasks and sincerely wants to help with whatever work just needs to get done. She really cares about the quality of her work and maintaining high standards of animal care. Erin is simply a nice person and every week I look forward to seeing her and hearing amusing stories about her life. She deserves to be recognized as Volunteer of the Month!

Join us and the jellies in our appreciation of this dedicated West Wing volunteer!

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