The WCC is looking for your help on our committees
We recently reinvigorated some of our committees and we are looking to expand the membership beyond the current members of our Board of Directors. Please read the committee descriptions below and fill out the form to let us know you’re interested!
Stewardship & Advocacy Committee
Keeping Washington climbing safe and accessible is a core mission of the WCC. The Stewardship Committee does this by by building and maintaining trails and relationships with land managers & other stakeholders. We are looking for committee members from across Washington who are interested in learning more about this process and who can help with some of the logistical needs of planning and running stewardship events. You can learn more about the Stewardship and Advocacy Work of the WCC at https://washingt770stg.wpengine.com/index.php/stewardship-events/
Time commitment: 1 meeting per month, plus an additional 2-5 hours per month outside of stewardship events and depending on the season.
The Comms & Marketing Committee is responsible for all of our fun tabling events, communicating with Washington climbers via social media, newsletters and our website. We are looking for people with marketing platform experience including website editing, copywriting, social media content, photography, video and any other skill you want to bring to the table! We are also looking to add event volunteers who want plan events and talk with other climbers about the WCC.
Time commitment: 1 meeting per month, plus an additional 2-5 hours per month of individual contribution.
Washington Anchor Replacement Project (WARP) Committee
The Washington Anchor Replacement Project (WARP) has a core mission to replace aging and unsafe climbing anchors and other hardware throughout Washington State. Our committee is comprised of route developers and dedicated climbers from across the state who are doing this work. We are looking for new people to get involved and help us get the word out about the work we are doing (and supporting) throughout the state. We also need people who can help organize ground schools, assess grant applications and facilitate communication with other organizations. You can learn more about WARP at https://washingtonanchors.org/
Time commitment: 1 meeting (or less) per month plus an additional 2-4 hours per month for committee administration. Those interested in staying in touch with WARP, can do so by signing up for our email list.