We need you!
Get involved and help us save the world, one volunteer at a time!
If you are 18 years of age and older, please click HERE to do the back-ground check and registration. Those younger than 18, please fill out your waiver and registration HERE to signup! Once approved you’ll get an email from us with your next steps! You can view the various volunteer opportunities HERE.
Welcome to EarthxVolunteer Corps!
We are excited you’re interested in joining us!
Each year hundreds of people volunteer and give their time and talent to EarthX. Because of you we are able to host the World’s Largest Environmental Experience.
Our mission is to educate the community on how they can preserve our environment for future generations. Volunteers will help attendees engage in hands-on activities that teach all earthlings how to make a difference in the environment, through science, play and exhibits. In addition, attendees will learn what innovations are available for a sustainable future!
Sound exciting? Join us!
We are making plans for Earthx2020.
Be part of the solution. Become a Volunteer!
Step 1: Round up available family and friends to join you. We need all the volunteers we can get. Children 12 years of age and under must be accompanied by a guardian.
Step 3: Fill out a volunteer form and waiver and undergo a background check required for all volunteers 18 years and up. When approved, you will receive an email notification.
Step 4: Take Volunteer Orientation and Training, either online, or at Fair Park.
Step 5: You are now eligible to become a VOLUNTEER!
Step 6: A Volunteer Coordinator will contact you as soon as assignments are ready. Select your preference from available positions.
Step 7: Arrive at Fair Park or other event location as directed. Receive your Volunteer T-Shirt and then dive in and start helping! THANKS!!
Volunteer Training Videos
Meet Our Volunteers
“I’m so glad a friend recommended I reach out to EarthxFilm to volunteer. I really enjoy being involved in an organization that is trying to use creative projects to help solve the world’s major problems. The Monday Movie events have been really fun to work on and the team rocks overall!”
“I love environmental documentaries so I chose to help EarthxFilm with their screenings. I was lucky enough to see Captain Paul Watson of Sea Shepard Conservation Society after the movie Chasing the Thunder played. I knew that the organization that pulled off this massive experience here in Dallas was onto something big and I knew I wanted to be a part of it in any way possible!”