Volunteer at Washington Business Week
At Washington Business Week, high school students learn crucial life skills as they role-play as industry professionals, launch a company, and solve real-world challenges. The success of Washington Business Week depends heavily on the support of committed volunteers.
We have impacted over 60,000 students and 6,000 professionals since our inception in 1976. Lend a hand in your community by helping to support the programs that are shaping the leaders of tomorrow!
Top ways to get involved with Washington Business Week.
- Be a Judge! Now you can make a difference for the next generation with only a few hours. At Washington Business Week, high school students learn crucial life skills as they role-play as industry professionals, launch a company, and solve real-world challenges. Who will be the winning team? You be the judge! At our end-of-week competition, the fresh faces and questions of the judges are what make our events both challenging and unforgettable. You’ll return to work refreshed and inspired by the innovation and teamwork of the next generation. Find out more here!
- Be a Mentor – Company Advisor! In just five days, Company Advisors learn to coach, influence, delegate, empower, and sharpen leadership skills in a way that our participants describe as life-changing. Guide students to work as a team, run a company, and make real-world decisions. You learn firsthand how to lead a diverse team to success. It’s a hands-on leadership program like no other. Find out more here!
- Be a Speaker! Being a Washington Business Week speaker is a great way to make an impact on the future leaders of tomorrow. Share your experience and expertise with high school students who are eager to learn. Topics can range from entrepreneurship, leadership, marketing, and team dynamics to brainstorming, ethics, fiscal responsibility, and more. Inspire students with your stories of success, teamwork, leadership, and lessons learned. Contact as at email@example.com for more information on becoming a speaker in 2024.
Questions? Please contact WBW at 253.237.3545 or firstname.lastname@example.org.