Become a WRV volunteer leader!
Lead a crew, cook, manage tools, help manage projects, design restoration solutions, or help us with your first aid or photography skills. Bring your skills with you or learn with us. WRV offers leadership and technical training, as well as mentoring by experienced leaders. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. The desire to be a leader is the only requirement.
Read about leader opportunities below, and sign up for a training today!
Leadership Assistants are a great way to try out a role by doing, particularly project leaders and technical advisors. Each leader and their assistant work out the division of effort for each project.
Photographers & Videographers capture before and after shots of our progress as well as the joy and satisfaction of the volunteers in order to document our accomplishments and recruit for future projects.
Project Hosts greet and check-in volunteers and may also educate the public about the volunteers’ work that day. This is a great way to get involved with WRV’s mission if the physical work is too demanding.
WRV Staff Liaison (WSL, pronounced “whistle”) is a staff position that supports the volunteer leadership team in accomplishing WRV’s mission and goals. Meet our WSLs