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Current Volunteer Opportunities

Either look for contact info below or Contact the Clubroom at 303-554-7688 during office hours, 5 to 7 p.m., on Tues-Thurs for more information about any of the opportunities.

Colorado's population is increasing, and so is our impact on what wilderness remains. At the same time, the agencies we have relied upon to manage our impact are often short of funds and staff to do what needs to be done. Fortunately, volunteerism is on the rise in the country, especially in Colorado. Who has not been impressed already by the help and support that emerges in a national crisis?

Any wilderness lover with some spare time should consider volunteering for one of the many organizations that promote proper stewardship of the outdoors. The CMC is one of them. Volunteering feels good and helps people. People who volunteer for CMC projects meet friends and help the wild lands last a little longer.

Volunteer opportunities abound in the CMC. Volunteers carry out every function of the Boulder Group. If you love the mountains and want to give something back, if you want to meet new friends and kindred spirits, please consider volunteering for one of the many, diverse activities of the Boulder Group.

If you would like to check on where help is needed, phone the Clubroom at 303-554-7688.

General Jobs

Clubroom Hosts - Help keep the new clubroom open more hours, answer the phone, and answer questions from visitors. Call 303-554-7688 for more information.

Archivist - For Boulder Group historical documents and photos

Cabin Jobs

E-mail for information about getting involved with the Brainard Cabin and/or Arestua Hut.

Web Jobs

If you have computer skills, and would like to be part of the Web Team for the Boulder grow, please contact Rick Casey at

Conservation Needs in the Community

The Boulder Climbing Community sponsors many conservation projects helping protect local climbing areas; see more information at

The Wildlands Restoration Volunteers have many conservation projects around Colorado, and need volunteers every season; see more information at