The following volunteer roles are hands on experiences working directly with emerging Women In Film Members in a tangible mentoring capacity. The time commitment varies and can usually be worked around the Expert Volunteer’s availability.

The following volunteer opportunities read/screen and deliberate on the submissions received for our Programs. Much of this experience is remote but often includes at least one element of in-person or phone meetings. These roles are incredibly important to the programs as they help select the final participants/fellows/grantees chosen for each program.

We need people who love to share their passion about the environment in the company of others. As an Outreach Volunteer, you will attend social gatherings, festivals, concerts, street fairs and other community events as a TreePeople ambassador. Outreach Volunteers gain skills in public speaking and environmental education.

We need your help at our headquarters! If you haven’t visited us before, you’re in for a treat. We’re located in scenic Coldwater Canyon Park, an LA City park on the ridgeline between Studio City and Beverly Hills. Our various departments always appreciate the support, and you’ll have the opportunity to work in a unique…

These volunteers help us put on workshops and events by assisting artists during workshops, being an ambassador to the public during events, checking in guests for exhibition openings, and helping to setup and break down events and programs. Volunteers must be 15 years or older or accompanied by a guardian if younger.

Support the Sharefest events team with tracking and organizing various components of the annual Gala.

We are always looking to partner with groups large and small! From community groups to corporate teams, our Community Garden Days are an ideal time to work together with our community and create a lasting impact!

We host monthly Community Garden Days at the 24th Street Elementary School garden from 9am – 1pm. You don’t need any gardening experience to join in- just a love of nature and a willingness to get dirty! Make new friends as you help us plant, weed, water, mulch and more!

Anyone, age 15 and over, can volunteer as a sighted guide on Saturdays to assist students in many different ways, including ensuring smooth transitions to and from classrooms. We also welcome volunteers to prepare teachers lunches, clean up and to assist at special events. High school students can receive community service hours for the time…

A short term, occasional opportunity includes helping out our activities booth at local Farmers Markets and Festivals.