Volunteers are integral to WABA’s events, office management, advocacy, education, and outreach initiatives.
Volunteer opportunities will be posted on this page as they emerge. The best way to stay up-to-date with our volunteer needs are to sign up for our Volunteer and Event Hub email blasts (sign up here or to the right) and follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
Did you know you can volunteer your way to a free WABA membership?! Volunteer three times to earn a one-year membership. Keep track of the times you’ve volunteered with us and apply for your free WABA membership here.
Current Volunteer Opportunities:
DC’s premier bike event is back, and needs a ton of volunteers to help out. Sign up to secure your spot as part of the DC Bike Ride Crew. DC Bike Ride has many fun volunteer positions available at the Friday and Saturday Packet Pick up, as well as at the Sunday Ride at the Start, Finish and out on the course!
All volunteers receive a Ride Crew t-shirt as well as snacks and drinks. DC Bike Ride also has opportunities for nonprofit groups to earn a donation when they bring out a group to help, so if you are interested, reach out to the DC Bike Ride volunteer coordinator, Karen Willard at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Dates: Friday, May 12, Saturday, May 13th, and Sunday, May 14th
Locations: Start location in West Potomac Park; End location at 3rd St. & Pennsylvania Ave. NW; Packet pick up will be located in DC’s NoMa neighborhood.
WABA needs super-star volunteers to help us represent WABA, talk about bicycling, and encourage people to become WABA Members. Most opportunities are the morning before work. Pit-stop times vary, but typically volunteers are needed from 6:00/6:30am to 9:00/9:30am.
Date: Friday, May 19th
Time: Various times in the morning before work, approximately 6:30 or 7:00am to 9:00am (and a few afternoon)
Location: Various locations around the region
WABA is building a coalition of DC residents who are interested in bringing an open streets program to the District for the first time. An open streets program temporarily closes roads to vehicle traffic and opens them to people – so communities can come out in their street and enjoy the city in the most fun, active, and creative ways.
If you’re interested in learning more about open streets or joining our volunteer Open Streets Working Group, sign up here.
We’re working with BikeArlington to recruit a community of volunteers to inspire more Predictable, Alert, and Lawful road culture in Arlington County. Bike billboards, pizza nights, and block parties — all on your commute home. Click here to sign up and join us at our next event!
WABA’s outreach team is recruiting a community of volunteers to inspire more bicycling in the District. Bike billboards, pizza nights, and block parties — all on your commute home. Click here to sign up and join us at our next event!
WABA relies on the support of hundreds of volunteer ride marshals each year to make our signature rides a success. We recruit marshals for all of our signature ride events. And new in 2017: we will be launching a new volunteer ride marshal training – so if you haven’t marshaled before and are interested in joining the ranks, sign up to be a Ride Marshal now for more info! The coolest thing about being a WABA Ride Marshal? You get to the do WABA ride events for free. Click here to join our Ride Marshal email list.