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This prestigious program serves as an ongoing talent pipeline for CEMA Center.  We choose our full-time staff from the volunteers that want to move into full-time positions within the CEMA family. 


If you or your organization are looking for a volunteer opportunity that’s fun and social, as well as great for the community then send us your email response today.


We provide lots of rewarding projects, that are also fun and social.


We make volunteering easy...we don’t require any sort of on-going commitment.  


If you or your organization are available to partner with us to support us, please email us back today with your contact information and your area of interest.  


The CEMA Volunteer Program aims to provide talented individuals with the hands-on experience they need to be successful in the community service business.  It is a stepping stone into a multitude of careers on the business end of the non profit sector as well as the entertainment industry.

If you’re looking for a fun way to give back to the community and meet like minded social volunteers, then send us your contact information today.



Help get the word out about CEMA! Ambassadors spread news about CEMA at CEMA sponsored community events throughout the country.  This is a great opportunity for those of our listeners and supporters 

who would like to volunteer, but do not live near the station, or are only free on evenings and weekends.  

Young People - Meeting With Computers


There are occasional openings for volunteers to assist our on-air hosts with their programs. The responsibilities of these volunteers vary depending on the program host, but might include: answering phones, conducting research, and social media. 

Working on Stairs


CEMA uses volunteers for a wide variety of clerical activities, including: sending out thank you gifts, compiling membership mailings, addressing envelopes, and calling station members. Shifts are available only during the work week. 

Shared Desk


Among the purposes of CEMA is to provide an outlet for the creative skills and energies of the community. To this end, we encourage members of the community to submit programming proposals to CEMA Center. Proposals should be no more than a page long and should include information about the prospective on-air host, including any relevant on-air experience, as well as information about the prospective show. Successful proposals will be detailed, to the point and will keep CEMA's mission statement in mind. 

A Man and a woman participating in a rad


More than 50% of CEMA's funds comes from listeners during our radiothons, membership drives, and community event promotional drives.  They are intrinsic to the success of the organization. Volunteers answer phones and record incoming donations. Shifts are generally four hours and are available weekdays and weekends, 6am-10pm. Groups are also welcome, and groups of 4 or more will be recognized on the air while they are in our studio!  

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