Volunteering at WNYC
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.
To register your interest in becoming a WNYC Volunteer, please fill out this form.
New York Public Radio's Volunteer Ambassadors Program
For more information, click here.
Year round opportunities available in various departments include filing, answering telephones, word processing, mailings and other special projects.
Year round and seasonal work inputting information into our member and community affairs databases. Training will be provided.
WNYC Community Events (after-hours)
Volunteers to staff tables at WNYC special events and act as emissaries for WNYC, distributing literature and answering questions. Special Events volunteers should have a friendly manner and be able to be able to talk to people about WNYC.
Internships at WNYC
Although WNYC Radio does not have a formal internship program, some departments accept college interns throughout the year. Positions are generally available in the WNYC newsroom, on specific programs, and within WNYC's administration. Please check our careers website at www.wnyc.org/careers for open internship opportunities.