Georgia Public Broadcasting enlists the assistance of volunteers throughout the year for membership campaigns, administrative assistance, and special events. Each volunteer brings a unique contribution to the GPB family and plays an essential role in the educational and cultural life of every community in Georgia. GPB's Television Membership Campaigns are held in March, June, August and December. Radio Membership Campaigns occur in the Spring and Fall.
We are currently recruiting volunteers for our upcoming campaigns and special events. Please click here to view volunteer shifts.
As a volunteer for membership campaigns, you will help answer the phones and record membership information. In some cases, you may even appear on television! All phone operators must be at least 16 years of age, be able to write legibly and speak clearly, and have a positive attitude. Training will be provided upon arrival at the studio.
Volunteers are needed to help at the GPB office in various departments. Work assignments and time commitments depend upon the need of the department, but usually take place Monday through Friday between 9am and 5pm. Assignments may include helping with mailings, data entry, filing, answering phone calls, and other important day-to-day office functions.
GPB calls on volunteers to assist with special events throughout the year. Event volunteers assist with set-up, decorations, greeting people, making follow-up phone calls, serving as tour guides and much, much more!
For more information and to indicate your availability to volunteer, please fill out the Volunteer Form.
Utilizing volunteer groups for our Television and Radio membership campaigns provides our most efficient, cost-effective method of fundraising. It is great exposure for your organization! Groups can wear T-shirts and e-mail their logo to email@example.com to be featured on our website.
For more information and to sign your group up, please fill out the Group Volunteer Form.
Please review the Group Information Sheet for more details about volunteering your group.