Guide to Expectations & Benefits
Thank you for being here!
Project 33 could not exist without the dedication of its amazing network of volunteers and supporters.
Everyone working at Project 33 must complete and turn in a Release of Liability Waiver & Volunteer Registration Form.
Become familiar with safety guidelines for the specific areas where you will be working at Project 33.
Always use the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) required for the task you are working on.
Be familiar with the location of fire extinguisher locations, emergency gas shut-off valves, and first-aid kits.
Keep all work areas clean & organized.
Report any safety concerns to Department Leaders immediately.
Maintain Project 33’s culture of productivity.
Check the Daily Goal Board and sign up for tasks based upon your skill set & participation desires.
Communicate with Department Leaders to see what needs to be done. There is always something to do!
Attend and actively participate in daily meetings that take place after every meal.
Project 33 is a communal environment. Treat others as you wish to be treated. Ask before borrowing tools.
Be in control of your yourself.
No illegal substances. Fortunately we are located in the great state of Oregon where marijuana is legal!
Maintain a level of sobriety that allows you to participate in activities in a productive and safe manner.
Everyone who works at Project 33 are welcome to join in communal meals.
Check the daily schedule for meal times and to sign up so we know approximately how many people to cook for.
You are welcome to stay here! Reservations may be necessary , please check with Hospitality Department Leader.
If you are planning to stay in the residence house please bring: sleeping bag/blankets, pillows, cot/air mattress.
If you are planning to bring an RV or trailer please be aware Project 33 only has 5 hookups.
Learn something new!
Our resident artists teach class. Sign up!