We are always looking for new volunteers! In order to volunteer for WUOG you must be a full-time student at the University of Georgia or a part-time student who has paid the semester student activities fee. No prior experience in radio or journalism is required; WUOG will teach you everything you need to know. Interested? Apply online to join our staff.
Volunteers at WUOG each chose one or more staffs to participate on. Each staff plays a vital role in station operation and is important in its own capacity. New volunteers may choose which staff to begin working for from the list below. Committed WUOG volunteers can become eligible to participate in DJ Training and eventually host their own show!
Listen to the newest releases, have a hand in choosing what goes over the 90.5 FM airwaves.
Want other people to hear that great band you saw at last Saturday’s house show? Interested in learning to run a soundboard or help a band set up for a live performance in WUOG’s Studio 1A? Local Music Staff is the place for you.
Design and distribute flyers, write and produce on-air promotional recordings, give away supercool WUOG promo items at shows and help plan the numerous station socials including the end of the year awards banquet.
Gain the technical expertise to power ‘26,000 Watts of College Radio Debauchery’. Hands on experience with cutting edge radio technology.
The easiest way to get on the air immediately; host talk shows, produce public service announcements and plan station philanthropy events.
Think you know what the Braves should do to fix this year’s rotation? Tell all of Athens on one of WUOG weekly sports shows. Think you can top Marv Albert? Try your hand at play-by-play announcing for softball, ice hockey or soccer.
The Digital Media staff spreads quality WUOG programming to the masses through podcasting, live and on demand streaming. If you want to learn about digital music editing, podcasting, online promtions, blogging, or the Internet, Digital Media Staff is for you.
Write and produce your own segments for WUOG’s weekly news show ‘Athens Journal’. Gain experience with on-site live reporting and giving top-of-the-hour news updates.