Guild Volunteer Opportunities
The Guild owes its success to a large number of volunteers who give generously of their time. Following are a few of the places where you can be involved. You will find every experience educational and rewarding as you get to know more members and become involved in some aspect of woodworking.
Board of Directors
- · Class teachers. We can always use people with some skill they could transfer to other members.
- · Class coordinators. Help arrange classes. Pick a topic of interest to you and make it happen. And the class free for you. Contact Chip Webster.
- · Sign up to work alongside other members in the workshop. Spend an afternoon, a whole day or several over the span of that project. Contact Ariel Enriquez
The Guild Workshop
- · Shop Attendants. Become qualified to operate all of the Guild shop tools. Supervise a four hour shift and help members learn to use those tools. Monitor the safe operation of the Shop. Contact Ariel Enriquez
- · Cash. You can donate on the website and funds go to perpetuating the mission of the Guild.
- · Tools for the shop. The shop is in need of power and hand tools to make it productive. Contact Ray Curtis.
- · Material for community projects. Hardwoods of most any variety are welcome to help us build furniture for these community projects. Contact Gig Lewis.
- · Clackamas Country Fair. Help build toolbox kits to deliver to the fair. Spend an afternoon at the Fair helping children build them. Contact Larry Wade
- · Oregon State Fair. Spend time in the Guild booth, telling people what it means to be in the Guild. Do a live deomnstartion if you’d like. Contact Jim Madaras
- · Gathering of the Guilds. Spend time in the Guild booth, telling people what it means to be in the Guild. Contact Vince Corbin or Roger Crooks.