Volunteer with WCA
The number one way to make the most out of your Women Communicators of Austin membership is to take advantage of our best networking opportunity: volunteering.
Not yet a member? Volunteering is a great way to get to know our organization—you don’t have to be a member to volunteer!
WCA has many great opportunities under our board committees.
When you’re ready to sign up, fill out our volunteer form below. Not sure what opportunity is best for you? Fill out the form and we’ll help you!
The Programs committee coordinates WCA’s @Lunch and @Night programming, alternating every other month. Members and guests learn about the latest communication trends from industry leaders and ask questions about new techniques and technologies in the field. Have videography skills? The programs committee is looking for a volunteer to shoot and edit lunch and evening events.
Be a part of the WCA’s annual Banner Brunch, a spring-time event that honors the top communicators in central Texas and awards scholarships to outstanding communications students at area colleges and universities. The committee is currently looking for super smart, savvy, and friendly team players to chair or co-chair committees. Opportunities include: Silent Auction, Sponsorship, Awards Video, Publicity, Logistics, Publications, and Registration.
Help grow and develop WCA’s professional resources with the the Career Services team. Career Services is the backbone of WCA and oversees WCA’s Job Bank, Peer Mentor Program, Resume Review, Careers Over Coffee, and Student Services. Volunteers are welcome to help connect with colleges and universities, host career events, serve as mentors and fulfill other great roles.
Interested in recruitment, networking and building strong relationships with WCA membership? Join our membership committee and help develop and execute initiatives to grow, retain, and engage WCA membership. The Membership Committee works to gather feedback from WCA members, improve programming, host the monthly Connect Over Cocktails event, and plan the annual holiday party.
Does the freelance economy spark your interest? Check out WCA’s special interest group Freelance Austin, a resource for freelancers to network and gain knowledge and new opportunities. Visit Freelance Austin’s website for more information.
Interested in conference planning, event logistics, and more? Volunteer with the Professional Development Committee at Get Smart – a half-day professional development conference designed to provide Austin communications professionals with innovative tools and resources to remain at the cutting-edge of their professions.
Do you love working with volunteers and meeting new people? Join the Volunteer Committee to help connect, thank and grow what makes WCA work – its volunteers! The committee works on volunteer recruitment and management as well as attending events as a WCA ambassador.
The WCA Philanthropy Team serves two crucial roles: (1) Producing an ongoing educational webinar series that helps nonprofits and mission-driven organizations navigate professional communications challenges.. (2) Creating a positive impact through grants, scholarships, partnerships and leadership in Central Texas while providing WCA members new opportunities for enrichment and professional growth. Time commitment: 1-2 hour meeting / month with additional hours in November/December for WCA events and projects.
The Communications Team is a hands-on group of volunteers who keep all the WCA wheels turning! This committee is a great opportunity for anyone interested in writing blogs, posting social media, designing graphics, and being part of a team that gets the word out about WCA!