Volunteer support is critical to the success of WFIU and WTIU. We rely on our volunteers at events throughout the year, during our on-air membership campaigns and in our day-to-day business activities, and appreciate help from both individuals and groups.
Here are some ways we could use your help:
Mailing team member
Collate, stuff materials, and label envelopes, program guides or packages.
Pledge phone volunteer
Volunteer during our on-air membership campaigns by taking listener or viewer pledges over the phone. The data is entered in a laptop, so experience with computers is preferred.
Civic, social, and high school groups are welcome to participate in our on-air membership campaigns. Usually, we ask a group to provide 4-6 volunteers for a shift. It’s an exciting way to become involved in public radio and television, and a great opportunity for your organization to receive valuable on-air recognition. The minimum age requirement is 16 years.
Call WFIU and WTIU members to thank them for their generous support.
Perform miscellaneous duties to assist the WTIU Producer of On-air Fundraising.
Provide editorial and promotional support including publications/print and special events.
Educational Outreach assistant
Assist with the WTIU Kids Day at the Monroe County Fair or other station events, mailings, and school outreach activities.
If you have questions, or if you would simply like to be added to our volunteer email list, please email Catie Schamel at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 812-855-6114.