New York Public Radio's Volunteer Program
New York Public Radio is America’s premier public radio franchise, comprised of WNYC, WQXR, and The Jerome L. Greene Performance. Collectively we produce news, information, classical music programming, cultural affairs programming and live events.
WNYC has opportunities for interested volunteers to serve at WNYC's administrative offices and community events. Throughout WNYC's history, the station and volunteers have enjoyed a rewarding partnership. Volunteers assist WNYC's staff at the station's offices as well as participate in the station's community events in the five boroughs. When you join WNYC's volunteer community, you are kept informed of upcoming opportunities. The service WNYC volunteers provide helps keep the station running -- and the station and its employees greatly appreciate their generous contribution of time and effort.
Summer Festivals & Partner Events
Help introduce WNYC & WQXR as resources to the community through tabling and face-to-face interactions with listeners and members of the public at partner events such as Central Park Summer Stage, Celebrate Brooklyn!, Afropunk, and more.
Live events with The Jerome L. Greene Space
Assist production managers with setup and execution of live programming events including check-in, coat check, ushering, and food prep.
Year-round opportunities available in various departments to help with filing, answering telephones, word processing, mailings and other special projects.
Ongoing input of information into our databases from special programs and events. Training will be provided.
Interested in volunteering? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org