Every need that you see at Calvary Church is an opportunity to serve and make a difference. 

Serving is a great way to express your love for God and love for others. Our annual CalvaryServe ministry fair is an exciting opportunity to find your fit in ministry and begin to make a difference.

I Peter 4:10 says, “Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace.”

Not sure how to find your place to serve? Here are helpful tips for finding your fit.

Step 1: Assess
Think about your skills and talents. What are you good at? What do you enjoy doing? What are you passionate about? Do you prefer to work alone or with people? How much time do you have? 

Step 2: Pray
Ask God where he wants to use you at Calvary Church. He knows us better than we know ourselves.

Step 3: Choose
Pick an opportunity. Even if you’re not sure yet, pick one place to begin. This isn’t set in stone; it’s just a starting point. Then stop by that ministry’s booth and start up a conversation.

God has a place that is right for YOU, and we’re excited to help you find that place through CalvaryServe!

Sign up to serve

Ministry Fair

Sunday, Feb. 26
Sunday, Mar. 5

Join us immediately following each service for a ministry fair in the main Atrium hallway. You can visit booths from each ministry and department at Calvary Church that needs volunteers. You will be able to speak with several pastors, directors and other ministry leaders about these opportunities. This is a great way to make quick connections and almost immediately get plugged in to serving!

Serving Opportunities

If you are unsure about where you would like to serve and need assistance, we will help you “Find Your Ministry.” We’ll talk with you about how you can serve in a way that fits your abilities, personality, time and interests. For more information, call 630-585-3221 or email us.

Sign up to serve

Adult Ministries

Small Group Facilitator

Purpose: 

  • Connect people into the life of Calvary

Responsibilities:

  • Facilitate discussion of a group of people at home, church or a public location
  • Keep an ongoing relationship and care with the group of people in your small group
  • Communicate attendance, needs, etc. with small group office

Getting Started:

  • Complete small group leader application

Couples’ Ministry Events Volunteer

Responsibilities:

  • Volunteer for events, ticket sales, etc. as needed
  • Ticket sales take place on Sundays after first and second service

Time Commitment:

  • 30 minutes at ticket booth
  • Event times vary

Couples' Ministry: Growth Group Table Leader

Responsibilities:

  • Lead and facilitate group discussion
  • Follow up with phone calls, email, etc to stay in touch with individuals at table

Time Commitment:

  • Wednesday nights
  • Time necessary to make follow-up phone calls, emails

Couples' Ministry: Certified Marriage Mentors

Responsibilities:

  • Commitment to meet with new couple multiple times in person
  • Establish connection through phone, email, etc.
  • Other responsibilities depend on needs of new couple's relationship

Get Started:

  • Attend a training. (Look on our couple's page for the next training session.)

Believer's Life Teacher

Responsibilities:

  • Lead and facilitate discussion
  • Coordinate schedules
  • Have a heart for helping people learn about God and grow in their faith

Time Commitment:

  • Quarter commitment on Sunday mornings or Wednesday evenings plus quarter information meeting.

Prayer Ministry

Opportunities in the Prayer Room:

  • Weekly Prayer Meeting (Saturdays, 4 p.m.)
  • Service Intercession (Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m.; Sundays, 9 a.m.)
  • Men's Prayer Meeting (Mondays, 5 a.m.)
  • Women's Prayer Meeting
    • First Saturday of each month, 7 a.m.
    • Third Monday of each month, 7 p.m.

Visitation and Prayer Team

Responsibilities:

  • Visit people and pray with people in the hospital or before they have a procedure
  • Visit and pray with people who are homebound or in rehab facilities
  • Follow up via email and phone call with people who have requested prayer or a visit in the past

Time requirement:

  • Most visits will take between 10 to 15 minutes and will occurs and various times throughout the day and week
  • Extra time will need to added based on travel time
  • Previous experience in the area of visitation welcome but not needed

Getting started:

  • Meet with a pastor or team leader and talk through the basics of what to expect and voice any questions or concerns you may have
  • Attend a training session as well as shadow someone currently doing visits and follow up on multiple occasions

Deaf Ministry

Our ministry team is devoted to ministering to our community of believers who are deaf through ASL conversation. 

Responsibilities:

  • Willing to interact with deaf guests
  • Conversant in ASL
  • Create welcoming environment for guests
  • People-friendly, caring and reliable
  • Familiar with Calvary's building layout and upcoming events
  • Assist with special events

Time Commitment:

  • 2 hours weekly (9 a.m. service on Sundays)
  • Special events (optional)

Pro-Life Ministry

Join our team as we prepare to stand up and pray for social concerns and raise awareness for local Issues. 

Responsibilities:

  • Inform our community of legislation that affects families and individuals here in Illinois

Opportunities:

  • Pro-life concerns: serving/praying at the Planned Parenthood building in Aurora

Calvary en Español

Men's Ministry Breakfast Greeter

Responsibilities:

  • Greet and Welcome Guests to the Men's Breakfast Meetings

Time Commitment:

  • Saturday Mornings 7:45 a.m.  (approximately 1/2 hour)

Men's Ministry: Breakfast Table Leader

Responsibilities:

  • Lead and facilitate group discussion
  • Follow up with phone calls, email, etc to stay in touch with individuals at table

Time Commitment:

  • Saturday Mornings:  Once or twice a month
  • Time necessary to make follow-up phone calls, emails

Media Ministry

Live Production

Responsibilities:

  • Serve on the live production team during weekend (or Wednesday) services
  • Positions include camera operator, director, slide operator and sound recorder

Time requirement:

  • 1 to 2 weekends per month, 2 to 3 services per weekend
  • 1 hour before service, 10 minutes after service

Getting started:

  • Attend initial training on Feb. 16
  • Spend 1-2 weekends shadowing a current volunteer and practicing during rehearsals (depending on position)
  • Implemented as independent operator as ability is assessed

Photographer

Responsibilities:
  • Photograph Sunday services and assigned events 
  • Own digital camera (preferably DSLR)
  • Intermediate or advanced knowledge of photography

Time requirement:

  • One service or event per month
  • Based upon availability

Getting started

  • Given lower priority events to assess ability
  • Gradually sent to higher priority events

Media Sales

Responsibilities:

  • Sell CDs and DVDs after Sunday services
  • Keep up-to-date with sermons and series (information provided)
  • Is people-friendly, reliable and helpful

Time requirement:

  • 15 minutes prior to end of service and up to 15-20 minutes after service

Getting started:

  • Serve beside sales rep for two weeks
  • Placed on existing rotating team

A/V Set-up

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with set-up and tear-down of audiovisual equipment for events outside weekend services
  • Set-up includes sound equipment, video cameras, portable projection screens, etc.
  • Some A/V experience preferred

Time requirement:

  • Approximately 3 to 4 hours per event
  • Usually no more than 1 event per month

Web Church

Responsibilities:

  • Engage people who come to the web church in order to minster to them
  • Engage people in online chat room in discussion about the service, message points or theological questions
    • Be aware of when people come and go in the chat room to welcome new visitors 
  • Pray with people in the chat room when they ask for prayer

Time requirement:

  • Sundays, 10 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
  • One to two weekends each month

Getting started:

  • Attend trainings to learn the system and understand how to interact with online visitors
  • Gain an understanding of Calvary opportunities that online visitors can be referred to (includes prayer, classes, groups, etc.)

Guest Services

Greeter

Responsibilities: 

  • Smile and greet people 
  • Be familiar with building layout and events that are happening at Calvary
  • Help enforce building policies 

Positions: 

  • Zone Greeter: Greet/engage people as they enter the church, help new families navigate around the campus, support Guest Service stations
  • Information Booth Greeter: Have knowledge of church activities, classes, church floor plan and printed tools that are available to guests
  • Entrance Greeter: Greet/welcome guests with a handshake or a smile as they arrive, direct new families to Guest Welcome Center, hand guests a weekly bulletin
  • Auditorium Entrance Greeter: Greet/welcome guests as they enter the Auditorium, hand guests a weekly bulletin
  • Outdoor Greeter: Assist guests before entering the building near dedicated parking areas (handicapped and visitor parking)
  • Special Events Greeter: Assist with special events

Time Commitment:

  • Two times/month for 45 minutes

Parking: Crossing Guard

Responsibilities:

  • Help to ensure a safe and efficient flow of vehicle and pedestrian traffic within the church parking lots
  • Direct flow of vehicles within parking lot and help pedestrians safely across the parking lot walkways

Time Commitment:

  • Sundays, 10 to 11 a.m. or 12 to 12:30 p.m.

M.E.R.T. Dispatcher

Responsibilities:

  • Have knowledge of Calvary’s emergency protocol
  • Able to stay cool under emergency situations

Time requirement: 

  • Once monthly for 2 hours 
  • Arrive 20 minutes prior to service and stay 10 minutes after service

Getting started:

  • Learn the radio system, phone system and monitor system

M.E.R.T. Medic

Responsibilities:

  • Carry emergency phone
  • Have knowledge of Calvary’s emergency protocol
  • Certified in CPR/AED/First Aid (training available)

Time requirement:

  • Once per month for 2 hours
  • Arrive 20 minutes prior to service and stay 10 minutes after service

M.E.R.T. Equipment Inspector

Responsibilities:

  • Check contents of medical bags and electronic equipment for restocking needs
  • Can pay attention to detail

Time requirement:

  • Once per month for 30 minutes

M.E.R.T. Connection Team

Responsibilities:

  • Call people to fill slots
  • Have internet access and people skills
  • Contact team members about needs, prayer requests, problems, ideas, etc.

Time requirement:

  • As needed each week for 1 hour

M.E.R.T. Prayer Cover Assistant

Responsibilities:

  • Lead group prayer with medical team members prior to service
  • Pray for medical patients as needed
  • Is spiritually mature
  • Have heart for prayer

Time requirement:

  • Weekly during service
  • 10 minutes before and during service as needed

Security

Qualifications:

  • Committed to a Christian lifestyle based upon biblical principles
  • Able to stay calm in crisis situations
  • Can communicate well with people
  • Able to follow instructions

Responsibilities:

  • Keep watchful eye over the congregation, the pastor on stage and the building
  • Help to create a friendly atmosphere throughout the building by answering questions

Time requirement:

  • 2 to 3 services per month for two hours/service

Usher

Qualifications:

  • Committed Christian of good character
  • Committed to Calvary Church
  • Have spirit of teamwork and cooperation
  • Willing to serve with a Christ-like spirit

Responsibilities:

  • Pass the plates (taking the offering)
  • Handle disturbances in the auditorium
  • Distribute printed material
  • Help with Communion
  • Create a friendly, welcoming environment in the Auditorium
  • Help people find their seats

Time requirement:

  • Three services per month
  • Choose from: Sunday 9 a.m. service, Sunday 11 a.m. service, Wednesday 7 p.m. service

Guest Welcome Center

Responsibilities:

  • Greets those who come to the Guest Welcome Center on Sundays
  • Familiar with building layout, location of classes, informational materials
  • Up-to-date on all current church activities
  • Attends monthly Newcomer’s Brunch & Lunch and serve or host a table as needed

Time requirement:

  • Two Saturdays per month for 20 minutes before and after service

Connections

Section Host

Responsibilities:

  • Know People: Make connections with the people seated around you, get to know their name and their story. This helps a big church feel small.
  • Grow People: Communicate with Connect Teams Administrator about who you meet and help people take steps toward spiritual maturity.

Time requirement:

  • 10 minutes before and 5 minutes after the service you attend

Guest Experience Host/Hostess

Qualifications:

  • Enjoy being around people
  • Have a heart for connecting

Responsibilities:

  • Answer guests’ questions about Calvary's events and classes
  • Give out informational print pieces to guests at table
  • Attend scheduled meetings and trainings

Time requirement:

  • 15 to 20 minutes prior to event and during event
  • 1.5 hours (varies by event)

Welcome Call Team

Purpose:

  • Connect new people into the life of Calvary

Responsibilities:

  • Contact newcomers with a phone call
  • Enjoy working behind the scenes
  • Database entry/computer skills

Time requirement:

  • 2 to 3 hours weekly

Connections Coach

Purpose: 
  • Connect new people into the life of Calvary

Responsibilities:

  • Contact new Calvary guests with phone calls, emails and conversations
  • Enjoy working behind the scenes
  • Database entry/computer skills
Time requirement:
  • 1 hour per week

Getting Started:

Outreach Ministry

Food Pantry

Calvary's Outreach and Evangelism Ministry is committed to extending care to people in the Chicago land area who are in need through our Food & Clothing Pantry. 

Opportunities:

  • Food Pantry Coordinator
  • Donation Sorter
  • Nursery Assistant

Food Pantry Registration

Responsibilities:
  • Welcome guests and process them for their weekly visit
  • Through our Arena database, keep track of their attendance 
  • Update address, contact info and other important personal information
  • Help guests understand what to expect while they visit the pantry
  • Give important information to them about Calvary Church

Food Pantry Loaders and Unloaders

Responsibilities:
  • Assist with receiving food deliveries
  • Assist guests with loading food boxes to their car
Requirements
  • Must be physically active and be able to lift and move 50 lbs
  • Have a spirit of service
  • Willingness to help
  • Dependable
  • Patient
  • Friendly
Available Shifts:
  • Mondays 8 a.m.–10 a.m.
  • Wednesday 8 a.m.–10 a.m.
  • Thursdays 8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.

Food Pantry Sorters

Responsibilities:
  • Organize donated items in bins
  • Recycle items not suitable for use
  • Set up work area
  • Maintain and clean work area
Requirements:
  • Must be able to physically active and be able to lift and move 25 lbs
  • Attentive to details
  • High level of integrity 
Available Shifts:
  • Thursdays 8:45 a.m.–11:30 a.m.
  • Wednesdays 10 a.m.–12 p.m.
  • The 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month from 10 a.m.–12 p.m.

Food Pantry Child Care Help

Responsibilities:
  • Interact with children (ages 0 – 12)
  • Implement safe drop off and pick up practices
  • Supervise children’s activities
  • Maintain child safety
  • Maintain a safe and hygienic learning environment
Requirements:
  • Must attend all training and developmental meetings
  • One year experience working with children (ages 0 – 12)
  • MUST complete background check
  • Must be able to physically active and be able to lift and move 25 lbs
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus 
  • Natural warm personality with a sensitivity to children’s needs
  • Understanding of child development
 
Available Shifts:
  • Every Thursday from 8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.

Hesed House Outreach

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare and serve food
  • Build relationships with guests

Time requirement:

  • 1 hour weekly (option of Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday or Sunday between 1 and 4 p.m.)

Getting started:

  • Serve beside current volunteers

Coat Drive (September-November)

Responsibilities:
 
  • Assist with collecting and counting coats
  • Help prepare and setup for our Coat Drive Giveaway (November) 
  • Sort coats into specific sizes and types 

Project Manna (October-December)

Responsibilities 
  • Prepare Project Manna sponsor bags
  • Set up Angel Tree booths
  • Serve at Angel Tree booths after weekend Services
  • Set up for Project Manna Registration
  • Serve at Project Manna Registration
  • Serve at Gift Drop off Booth
  • Track and secure gifts
  • Set up for Project Manna Event

Grant Writers

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare proposals and grant applications
  • Researching, identifying, developing and responding to public and private grant opportunities
  • Working with Calvary’s Director to solidify any information that needs to be given for grant opportunities 

Sports Ministry

Youth Basketball Coaches & Ass't Coaches

Responsibilities:

  • Organize basketball team practice and game plans 
  • Teach basketball fundamentals
  • Instruct team about Christian faith within a competitive environment, model Christian faith to families 
  • Create a fun, encouraging, athletic environment for kids to learn Christian values 
  • Create fun, encouraging, athletic environment for families to learn Christian values 

Time requirement:

  • 3 to 4 hours/week for 9 weeks (Tuesday or Thursday night practices and Saturday morning games)

Youth Soccer Coach & Ass't. Coach

Responsibilities:

  • Organize soccer team practice and game plans 
  • Teach soccer fundamentals
  • Instruct team about Christian faith within a competitive environment, model Christian faith to families 
  • Create a fun, encouraging, athletic environment for kids to learn Christian values 
  • Create fun, encouraging, athletic environment for families to learn Christian values 

Time requirement:

  • 4 to 5 hours/week for 12 weeks (Monday or Thursday night practices and Saturday morning games)

Volleyball Set-up & Tear-down Crew

Responsibilities:

  • Set up and tear down nets for open gym volleyball on Sundays from 2-5 p.m.
  • Organize gym as necessary (moving chairs, bleachers, etc., so courts are clear)

Time requirement:

  • Winter open gym: Sundays, 2-6 p.m.
  • Summer open gym: Thursdays, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

"All Seasons" Helper

Responsibilities:

  • Assist Sports Ministry with various needs as they arise
  • Able to volunteer in multiple adult and kids' sports

Time requirement:

  • All year as needed

Special Events

Responsibilities:

  • Assist Sports Ministry with various needs as they arise
  • Able to volunteer in multiple adult and kids' sports

Time Commitment:

  • Year-round as needed

Music Ministry

Choir

Responsibilities:

  • Attend rehearsal on Wednesdays
  • Participate in both Sunday morning services
  • Participate in Saturday night service when needed
  • Participate in special seasonal productions

Time requirement:

  • 3 to 4 weekends per month, 2 to 3 services per weekend

Getting started:

  • Auditions required

Worship Band

Responsibilities:

  • Instruments needed: piano (keyboard), bass, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, percussion, organ/synth
    • Brass and woodwind players are invited to play in Calvary’s main services on an as-needed basis. Concert orchestras are often organized for special occasions such as Christmas, July 4th and Easter
  • Participate in Wednesday evenings and/or weekend services
  • Rehearse on Wednesday nights and/or Saturdays (depending on assignment)
  • Players scheduled on a monthly rotation

Time requirement:

  • 2 to 4 weekends per month
  • 2 to 4 Wednesdays per month

Getting started:

  • Auditions required (high proficiency needed)

Easter Drama

Responsibilities:

  • Speaking and non-speaking acting roles
  • Main opportunities are during seasonal productions

Time requirement:

  • Varied

Getting started:

  • Sign up, and you will be contacted when auditions are being held

Set Construction

Responsibilities:

  • Provide hands-on help with building production sets and other stage construction projects
  • Skilled and unskilled workers welcome

Time requirement:

  • Varied

Children’s Ministry

Weekend Small Group Team

Responsibilities:
  • Host a table group
  • Assist a teacher in the classroom
  • Help groups focus as they move from classrooms to small group settings. 
Needed for:
  • Noah’s Park (birth through 3year olds)
  • Early Elementary (4s through 1st grade)
  • Elementary (2nd through 5th grade)
  • His Kids (Special Needs Ministry)

Wednesday Night Kids Small Groups

Responsibilities:
  • Host a grade group
  • Assist a teacher in a classroom
  • Help groups move from large group to small group as they focus on growing deeper in their relationship with God. 
Needed for:
  • Noah’s Park (toddler small groups)
  • Missionettes (girl specific groups)
  • Royal Rangers (boy specific groups)
  • Blast (grade specific groups)

Jr. High Ministry

Sunday Ministry Team

Being part of our Sunday Ministry Team is a great opportunity for you to personally help connect students to NXTjhi. New students are walking in our doors each week and need help checking in, finding a Table Leader to sit with and finding details about all of our events. Join our welcome, visitor, greeter or service team. 

Time requirement:

  • 2.5 hours weekly
  • Monthly leadership lunch

Getting started:

  • Visit a junior high service and shadow a leader
  • Fill out a background check and meet with a staff person

Wednesday Ministry Team

Wednesday night services are a great opportunity to invest into the lives of our junior high students. We have multiple ways to serve. We want our students to have the best experience from the moment they step in the door to the time they leave. Join our welcome, visitor, greeter or service team. 

Responsibilities:

  • Help students to grow in a deeper relationship with God and each other through prayer with students
  • Engage with students during pre-service, worship and message

Time requirement:

  • 2 hours weekly

Getting started:

  • Visit a junior high service and shadow a leader
  • Fill out a background check and meet with a staff person

Sunday Table Leader

Being a Table Leader at NXTjhi is definitely one of the highlights of our ministry. You will get the opportunity to connect with students through interactive games, worship and discussion every week. 

Responsibilities:

  • As a table leader, you will meet with a small group of middle school students every week
  • Help students to grow in a deeper relationship with God and each other through discussion, worship and prayer

Time requirement:

  • 2.5 hours weekly
  • Monthly leadership lunch

Getting started:

  • Visit a junior high service
  • Fill out a background check and meet with a staff person

Scholarships

Responsibilities:

  • Sponsor a student to attend an event or donate items that will improve junior high services and special events

Drivers

Responsibilities:

  • Drive for various day and evening events throughout the year

Time requirement:

  • Varies by event

Getting started:

  • CDL airbrake and P-endorsement required for driving buses
  • Fill out a background check

High School Ministry

Sunday Ministry Team

Responsibilities

  • Set-up/Clean-up Team: prepare the high school room for Sunday morning services
  • Welcome Team: greet students/parents and help them get into service on time

Time requirement:

  • 1 to 2 hours weekly

Getting started:

  • Complete/submit leadership application
  • Meet with NXT staff for interview
  • Shadow a support staff member for 2 weeks

Wednesday Ministry Team

Opportunities:

  • Support Staff: Check-in Team, Welcome Team, Usher Team Coordinator, 

Time Commitment:

  • 2.5 hours weekly
  • Monthly leaders’ meetings

Getting Started:

  • Complete/submit leadership application
  • Meet with NXT staff for interview
  • Shadow a support staff member for 2 weeks

Sunday Table Leader

Responsibilities:

  • Lead small group discussions and build friendships with students

Time requirement:

  • 2 hours weekly
  • Weekly follow-up with students
  • Monthly two-hour leaders’ meeting

Getting started:

  • Complete/submit leadership application
  • Meet with NXT staff for interview
  • Observe at a different table for 3 weeks

Media

Responsibilities:

  • Help during services with sound, lighting and song lyrics
  • We are willing to teach and train you on the different media platforms we use

Time requirement:

  • 1.5 to 3 hours per week
  • During services

Bus Driver

Responsibilities:

  • Drive for various day and evening events throughout the year

Time requirement:

  • Varies by event

Getting started:

  • CDL airbrake and P-endorsement required for driving buses
  • Fill out a background check

Scholarships

Responsibilities:

  • Help coordinate scholarships, goods and prizes
  • Sponsor a student to attend an NXT event
  • Donate items that will improve NXT services and special events

Getting started:

  • Contact NXT staff to discuss donation opportunities

College & Young Adults

Greeters/Ushers

Responsibilities:
  • Greeters are stationed throughout lobbies and entrances and provide a warm welcome to members and visitors during before worship service
  • Ushers assist with seating, receiving tithes and offering, serving communion and responding to other needs of the service
Time Requirement:
  • Approximately 1 hour weekly

If interested:

  • come to our pre-service huddle at 4:25 p.m.

Follow-up

Responsibilities:
  • Reaching out to visitors to via emails, phone calls or texts
Time Requirement:
  • 30 minutes each week

If interested:

  • come to our pre-service huddle at 4:25 p.m.

Prayer Team

Responsibilities:
  • Pray for the needs of members and visitors during services
  • May be called upon during or after worship service to pray one-on-one with individuals
Time Requirement:
  • 15 minutes each Sunday
If interested:
  • come to our pre-service huddle at 4:25 p.m.

Section Host

Responsibilities:
  • Get to know and help grow the people in their sections
Time Requirement:
  • Minimum of 15 minutes each Sunday
If interested:
  • come to our pre-service huddle at 4:25 p.m.

Tech Team

Responsibilities:
  • Support the worship service with live production including sound, lighting, visuals and other engineering/technology areas that relate to stage design and audience experience
Time Requirement:
  • 1 hour each Sunday
If interested:
  • come to our pre-service huddle at 4:25 p.m.

Small Group Host

Responsibilities:

  • Hosts small group attendees from VOX College Group
  • Has an available space in house for both eating and fellowship during the meeting (not expected to provide food)

Time requirement:

  • Every two weeks for two hours

Set-up/Clean-up Team

Responsibilities:

  • Set up and clean up rooms, tables, chairs and other items used for services and special events

Time requirement:

  • 2 to 3 hours each month

Getting started

  • Complete/submit leadership application
  • Meet with VOX staff for interview
  • Observe/assist set-up and clean-up at a monthly VOX event

Office Help

Responsibilities:

  • Help with office tasks, follow-up calls, data entry and/or flyer production

Time requirement:

  • 2 to 3 hours each month

Getting started:

  • Complete/submit leadership application
  • Meet with VOX Staff for interview
  • Attend a monthly VOX event
  • Observe/assist with office tasks after monthly VOX event