PCNW Volunteer Application
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with PCNW! We work with volunteers to fulfill weekly shifts to assist in our facilities, and on an as-needed basis to help with gallery exhibitions and events. Please note, we will follow-up upon submission of your application but it can take time to find a position that fits your preferences so your patience is greatly appreciated. Feel free to touch base with our Front Desk at
or 206.720.7222 x0, if you have any questions or wish to check the status of your application.
Must be 18 years or older to apply. Complete details about volunteer program and roles can be found at
APPLICANT CONTACT INFORMATION
First and Last Name
Please include Street, Apartment Number (if applicable) City, State and Zip Code, example: 900 12th Ave Seattle, WA 98122
Date of Birth
Applicants must be 18 years or older.
Preferred Gender Pronouns (Optional)
APPLICANT INTEREST, EXPERIENCE & AVAILABILITY
Which position(s) are you interested in? Please use the "Other" field to indicate preferences or suggest other ways you would like to volunteer with us.
Analog Black & White Darkroom Volunteer
Gallery Volunteer (as-needed basis)
Event Volunteer (as-needed basis)
Volunteer Photographer (as-needed basis)
Please explain why you are interested in volunteering with PCNW.
Describe your familiarity with the position(s) you are applying for or any work experience relevant to the position(s) you wish to fill.
As a volunteer at PCNW, what is it you would like to do most or accomplish?
Please explain how becoming a volunteer with PCNW would aide in your personal development goals?
Please outline any skills that may be unrelated to photography which would make you a great volunteer. (ie. great attention to detail, ability to multitask, reliability, etc.)
What shifts would you be available to volunteer during? If applying for a specific event or have preferences with multiple day/time selected please use the "Other" field.
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