Ways to Volunteer
On-air music hosting (WTJU 91.1 FM & WXTJ 100.1 FM)
WTJU 91.1 FM is open to all, and we encourage applicants whose music taste is eclectic and beyond the mainstream.
UVA students can host on WTJU or WXTJ 100.1 FM, our all-student station. Most years, WXTJ accepts new applicants only at the beginning of fall semester.
Take me to the Volunteer Application!
Podcasting and Public Affairs
While WTJU’s on-air format is primarily eclectic music, we also air short-form news and human interest pieces.
WTJU also helps people bring their podcast ideas into creation via the Virginia Audio Collective. We provide budding podcasters with studio time & gear, distribution, training workshops, and a peer network of other podcast makers.
If you’re curious about our community and want to tell audio stories, fill out the Volunteer Application!
(No need to include a sample playlist if not applying for a music show.)
There is a raft of ways to be involved that don’t require hosting an on-air show:
- Running sound for live bands
- Helping with WTJU videos and social media
- Helping with coding and web content
Training is provided, though certain skill sets or abilities may be required for some positions.
Lots of ways to be involved, fill out the Volunteer Application to get started!
WTJU volunteers include UVA students, faculty, staff, and community members throughout Central Virginia. WTJU does not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on age, disability, marital status, national or ethnic origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, or veteran status.