Volunteer with DENC
Individuals, families, and groups can volunteer with DENC in a variety of ways with roles and time commitments ranging greatly.
- Event Staff—Analytic Assistant: DENC works to research and analyze perceptions of EV knowledge through surveys and event tracking. We are seeking a volunteer to help log and analyze the number of individuals that come through our events. This can be done at home from your personal computer.
- Event Staff—Event Facilitators: You can also participate as a volunteer staff member helping to run our events. No experience or particular EV knowledge is necessary for these openings.
- Event Staff—Co-pilot: The most common and most needed DENC volunteer role is event staff. DENC hosts events called “Ride and Drives” all throughout the year. These events are unique because we connect EV owners with potential owners, so they are able to share knowledge about the ownership experience. EV owners and experts are always encouraged to join us to sit in the front seat of the EV test drives as a “Co-pilot.”
- Video Blog Editor: DENC is always seeking more opportunities to integrate multimedia platforms into our blog. We are seeking an individual who has intermediate video design skills to edit blogs for the program. This individual is welcome to film on their own equipment, but DENC also has footage and equipment with which we can use to film.
- Volunteer Recruitment and Training: We continually need more volunteers to support the more than 50 yearly events that we host. Our volunteers are a quickly growing community who find that being involved with DENC is a fun and enriching experience. We need your help to get more great people involved, to obtain invaluable training experience, and develop important skills.
- Volunteer Content Creator: DENC is constantly creating blogs, social media content, collateral materials for our partners. If you enjoy writing and want to help promote EVs we would love to have your help. We will make sure you get the information and background you need, so don’t feel like you need to be an expert on EVs – it wouldn’t hurt though!