Volunteer with REAP
REAP volunteers play an essential role in educating and engaging hundreds of people all over the state. We are always on the lookout for dynamic and dedicated people who want to be a part of the REAP team. Volunteers are a critical component to our success!
Why us? REAP is Alaska’s first and only renewable education and advocacy group. We host premier energy-related events and conduct important outreach central to furthering our mission. Our successful team has made a number of critical accomplishments toward these goals, and together, we can make more.
Why you? Volunteering for REAP will offer opportunities to bring increased use of efficient and renewable energy to the state, meet some of Alaska (and even the nation)’s clean energy experts, and get a behind the scenes look at our events. Not to mention, it will provide a valuable resume-builder or professional reference opportunity!
We invite you to explore our volunteer opportunities below.
Or, contact Office Manager Jenny Lynes at (907) 929-7770 ext 10, or send her an email at: j.lynes@REalaska.org.
Thanks for considering!
Outreach Volunteers help organize, promote and run our successful events, including the Business of Clean Energy in Alaska Conference, Alaska Renewable Energy Fair, and more. They gain admittance and a behind the scenes look into paid events and feature opportunities to network with many industry experts.
- Pre-event planning
- Set-up/take down
- Day-of operations
Administration Volunteers gain a broad perspective of REAP’s current projects and priorities. They engage with staff on ensuring the smooth operation of the organization.
- Office and data operations
- Energy facts and letter to the editor writing
Media Volunteers help shape REAPs digital footprint and have the opportunity to reach many around the state and the country in the name of clean energy.
- Collect and creatively share energy stories
- Create social updates
- Upload events and job postings
- Webpage maintenance
Who we are
Renewable Energy Alaska Project is a coalition of energy stakeholders working to facilitate the development of renewable energy in Alaska through collaboration, education, training, and advocacy.