Volunteer at WHYY

Please complete the form below to let us know about your specific areas of interest as a WHYY volunteer. Our Volunteer Coordinator will be in touch shortly with more information about the opportunity you've selected. If you are part of a non-profit or other community organization that would like to get involved with WHYY's on-air membership campaigns, please indicate below. Thanks for your support!


Volunteer Information:





Are you a WHYY member?



Work Status:

Current status:


Current employer or organization from which you retired:


Job title:


Are you a student?


If a student, name of school or college:



Interests / Experience:

Check at least one that applies. Visit the volunteer homepage for descriptions.












Please describe any volunteer experience including organization names and locations.



Have you ever worked or interned for WHYY? When?


How did you hear about WHYY's volunteer program?


Why do you want to volunteer at WHYY?



Availability:

Period of availability: (Please list start/end dates, or write "indefinite")



How frequently do you want to volunteer? (Approx. number of days per week, month, etc.)



Days available: (Check all that apply)




Hours available: (Check all that apply)



Special Skills:

Optional — check all that apply


















Emergency Contact Information:

Emergency contact #1:





Emergency contact #2:






Volunteer Agreement:

WHYY reserves the right to request a state Criminal Background Check (CBC) and a Child Abuse History Clearance (CAC) upon acceptance into WHYY's volunteer program. Volunteers' continuation in the position will be contingent on the results of the aforementioned clearances. If requested, WHYY will ask volunteers to complete the application forms for a CBC and CAC prior to their first day, and will cover the cost of each application form.

A conviction record will not automatically result in your disqualification of volunteering; felony and misdemeanor convictions will be considered only to the extent they relate to the volunteer position for which you are being considered. However, failure to disclose a conviction and/or mischaracterization of a conviction will result in your ineligibility for volunteering and/or termination from volunteering (even if the conviction would not have barred your eligibility for volunteering had it been properly disclosed).