Bay Bound
Winter 2013

Reinvigorating CBF's Student Leadership Program

The Education department is reinvigorating the Student Leadership program. Today's students are not just kids who will inherit the Bay several years down the line. They have already inherited it and they have just as much power to clean the Bay as older citizens do. Through student-directed projects focused on Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint campaign priorities, CBF student leaders will realize their legacy as the inheritors of the Chesapeake, while discovering the capacity within themselves as successful environmental leaders.

MASC President Mark Ritterpusch and CBF Jeff Rogge. By Emmy Nicklin.Maryland Association of Student Councils' Former President Mark Ritterpusch  (left) with CBF's Jeff  Rogge (right). Photo by Emmy Nicklin/CBF Staff.

Middletown High Schoolers participate in a CBF Fox Island experience. Photo by CBF Staff.Middletown High Schoolers participate in a CBF Fox Island experience. Photo by CBF Staff.

Jeff Rogge and Lucas Johnson have been hired to work full time on the Student Leadership campaign, identifying and supporting environmentally active students in projects and activities that align around CBF priorities such as the Blueprint campaign. Lucas will be focusing on students who have participated in CBF education programs, and Jeff will be networking with organized student groups, such as the Maryland Association of Student Councils.

In his prior role as the Education Field Senior Manager for the MD/DC/PA team, Jeff was presented with the Susan Nash Travetto Friend of MASC Award, for his efforts on behalf of CBF. Lucas returns to the Education department, having previously worked on the No Child Left Inside campaign. Most recently, he was a field organizer for the Obama Presidential Campaign. He worked in the electoral battleground of Williamsburg, Virginia, where he coordinated Obama supporters to persuade undecided voters and turn out other supporters.

Both Jeff and Lucas are very excited about empowering students to support the Blueprint and Save the Bay™.

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