Volunteer with HUB

Volunteer with HUB Cycling to help make biking better in Metro Vancouver. Volunteers support local action, educational programs, community events, public engagement, communications and our core operations.

Bike to Work Week and Bike to Shop Days

We are looking for enthusastic volunteers to help at Bike To Work Week from May 27 - 31 and Bike To Shop Days from June 1 - 2. You will be helping at one or many of our 80 Celebration Stations across Metro Vancouver. Stations are held in the mornings, afternoon and evening across Metro Vancouver and volunteer shifts are 3-4 hours. It is a chance to gain experience and be part of an amazing team, while engaging with cyclists and supporting Vancouver’s growing cycling community!

Volunteers can help at Bike to Work Week, Bike to Shop Days, or both. We will be having a training session on Wednesday, May 15th, from 6-7:30pm at 312 Main St. The training is not mandatory but strongly recommended, especially for those new to HUB and our events. If you are interested then please read the Volunteer Description and fill in the Application Form.

Bike to Work Week and Bike to Shop Days Volunteer Description

Application Form

Other Opportunities

If you are interested in volunteer opportunities throughout the year, please subscribe below and select "Volunteer Opportunties". You'll receive a monthly notification of volunteer opportunities.

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To become a volunteer, apply to a specific opportunity by emailing the contact listed or fill out the form below.

To record completed volunteer hours use this form.

Email volunteer@bikehub.ca for miscellaneous volunteer related inquiries.

 

Volunteer with a Local Committee

HUB local committees meet monthly and advocate for action to improve cycling infrastructure, increase cycling education in schools and represent HUB at events. Our local committees are always looking for volunteers to fill leadership roles (co-chair, committee volunteer engagement, stakeholder engagement, communications, social media etc), and small working groups to make your community safer and more connected for cycling? 

Click here to learn about the HUB Local Committee for your area.

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