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Support

Hands-on ways to help!

Volunteer

Without a strong core group of volunteers, WVIA would not be able to accomplish much of what we do. Volunteering with WVIA is an exciting and rewarding experience. WVIA is committed to excellence, and we rely on our volunteers to expand upon this effort and maintain our commitment.

Volunteering is a great way to fulfill volunteer hours required by your school, employer or service group. It's an excellent opportunity for you or your group to demonstrate community spirit. We are actively seeking groups, companies and individuals looking to get involved in the exciting world of Public Broadcasting! We provide great incentives, invaluable experience, flexible scheduling and excellent networking opportunities. At WVIA, our volunteers are top priority.

WVIA-TV is a tremendous volunteer opportunity. Smiling faces are always needed to staff telephones during our membership campaigns, auctions and special live events throughout the year. It's a fantastic and visible way to promote your organization. Wear T-shirts, bring banners, get your organization noticed throughout our 22-county viewing area.

WVIA-FM is always in need of good people to help with music cataloging, remote broadcasts, and special events.

WVIA offers a wide variety of volunteer opportunities providing something for everyone. Join the excitement and reap the rewards of volunteering for Public Broadcasting! Become part of the story!

Please contact Debby Konnick at 570-602-1127 or deborahkonnick@wvia.org

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