The WBCC relies almost exclusively on volunteers to carry out our mission. Every person, from someone who helps staff a booth, or serves on a standing committee, to the dedicated volunteers that serve on our Board of Directors, has a job that relates directly to achieving our goals.
What does it mean to be a volunteer for the WBCC? You can put skills you already have to use, or you can learn new ones. You'll be helping us communicate our priorities, expand our base of knowledgeable advocates, and direct the conversations around breast cancer from a focus on screeing to a focus on ENDING breast cancer. You will have the opportunity to participate in breast cancer conferences that will expand your knowledge of the disease, not only biologically, but societally. You will help us tackle big issues that can only be solved with cooperation and support from our legislators and you'll learn the skills to have those conversations with policy makers. Plus, you get to work with some pretty amazing people!
Are you "aware" enough about breast cancer? Ready to do more about it and help in our efforts to end it?
WBCC is currently looking for volunteers to serve on our Communications and Policy committes. If you are interested in either of these positions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office.
Communication Committee is responsible for our website, social media, newsletter and public relations efforts.
Policy committee members help build and support our statewide grassroots network, participate in lobby days, become knowledgable about policy issues that impact the breast cancer community and participate in ways that help advance policy that will help us achieve our goals.
If you are interested in taking your concern and willingness to help even further and would like to be considered for a Board position, please contact our office directly.