Current Volunteer Opportunities

Upcoming Events

  • Louisville Street Fair
    We need volunteer support at the BoCoDems Louisville Street Faire on selected Fridays in June, July and August. The Street Faire is a fairly small event size-wise, but very well attended and BCDP is very well received as being like-minded with the people that attend. There is a live band every Friday, great food at reasonable prices and a good variety of merchandise available. A lot of volunteers say it's the best booth experience of them all.

    We are staffing 2.5 hour shifts, two volunteers in the Booth during each shift. Festival starts at 5 PM and closes at 9 PM each day. We have added a half hour before and after the event to cover booth setup and take down. 

    Click here to sign-up

  • Longmont Pride Fest
    Longmont Pride 2017 will take place on Saturday, June 23rd from 2 PM - 6 PM LOCATION TBD (but probably on 4th between Main and Emery). There will be live entertainment as well as multiple activities available for all such as face painting, a traveling photo bus, a dunk tank and many other family friendly activities.

    We are staffing 2.5 hour shifts, two volunteers in the Booth during each shift. We have added a half hour before and after the event to cover booth setup and take down. 

    Click here to sign-up

  • Colorado Latino Festival
    This Festival is on June 24th, 12 - 7 PM in downtown Longmont, on Main St between Third and Sixth Avenues.

    To celebrate the various Latin American cultures found throughout Colorado, the Latino Chamber will host the first Colorado Latino Festival on June 24 in Longmont.

    The free festival will feature music, food, games and community resources. Latinos will find a little piece of home at the festival, Beta promises, while non-Latinos will have the opportunity to learn about a variety of cultures. "So often, Latin American and Caribbean cultures are put in the same basket, but it's important to know that one country itself can hold many cultures," he explains.

    We are staffing 2.5 hour shifts, two volunteers in the Booth during each shift. Festival starts at 12 noon and closes at 7 PM. We have added a half hour before and after the event to cover booth setup and take down. 

    Click here to sign-up

  • Boulder County Fair
    Below is the sign up form for volunteer support at the BoCoDems Boulder County Fair Booth, which we will staff August 4-6, 2018, at the Boulder County Fairgrounds (Nelson Rd. and Hover St.) in Longmont.   

    The free County Fair features music, food, games, rodeos, livestock competitions, art competitions, and carnival rides. The Fair is one of the most heavily visited events with a BoCoDems presence each year.

    We are staffing variable length shifts from Aug. 4-6, 2018. Three volunteers occupy the Booth during each shift.

    You may sign up for more than one time slot. The "On Call for Backup" means that you could help at the last minute if we have a cancellation. Built into the schedule is setting up the booth on Aug. 4 (first shift) and breaking it down on Aug. 6 (last shift); both are easy to do and we will have an experienced volunteer there to guide the process.

    Click here to sign-up  


Open Office Positions

  • Events Team Lead
    Pride Fest, Latino Fest, Creek Fest, and more... We need you! The BoCo Dems prioritize being good community partners by having a presence at events around the community. Whether they're fun community events or other progressive organizations' events, we want to know about them and be there!This is a great position for up to three people who have their thumb on the pulse of Boulder County happenings, like going to fun events and meeting the progressives of our county, or just want to learn more about coordinating and supporting events.
    For the full description, and to apply, click here!
  • IT Team Lead
    The primary need is to help with end-user account administration and assistance, including but not limited to management of Office 365 accounts, using SharePoint for document management, and on-boarding of new volunteers \\\\\\\\ users at BCDP. The administration work is limited to a couple of hours a week, on the high-end, with monthly or quarterly assistance needed at meetings and for on-boarding.      

    BCDP currently has one IT Lead position open, which includes membership to the Executive Committee (EC) and Central Committee (CC) of the party.

    For the full description, and to apply, click here

  • Fundraising Team Lead
    The Fundraising Team Leaders, working in a volunteer capacity as the Fundraising Team, serve officially on the BCDP Central Committee (CC) and, thus, are members of the CC and core members of the Executive Committee (EC).2 The Fundraising Team Leaders work closely with the Vice Chair for Capacity Building, who oversees fundraising, including the Fundraising Team, Truman Dinner Team, Century Club Committee,3 and other BCDP teams and committees as directed by the Chair of the BCDP.4 Typically, the time commitment.

    The Boulder County Democratic Party (BoCoDems/BCDP) is seeking UP TO three (3) Fundraising Team Leaders to take responsibility together for fundraising efforts for the BCDP.or the Team Leaders as a group is about 10 hours per week, more or less, depending on events and activities related to fundraising.

    For the full description, and to apply, click here

Open Field Positions

  • Precinct Leader
    Get to know your neighborhood better by becoming a precinct leader! We need two residents of each precinct to volunteer to lead Democratic activities in your area. To check whether o?r not your precinct has two leaders click here. If there are zero, or only one, name(s) under "Your Precinct Leaders", and you are interested in serving, please email


  • Join a team
    Much of the work of the BoCo Dems is done by teams, and those teams are usually very open to having new members join them. For a list of the teams and contact information click here . Click on the envelope at the bottom of any description to send an email inquiry to the team leads.

Unsure where to start? Come to a BoCo Dems 101 Volunteer Orientation!

BoCo Dems 101 orientationHave you been thinking about getting involved with the Boulder County Democratic Party but just not sure how to do it? BoCoDems 101 is for you! You will not only get an orientation about how the party organization works and what it does (and doesn’t) do, but you will also walk away with an understanding of how you can contribute your own time and talent to help us all win big in the upcoming elections!

Come join us at an upcoming orientation session (date TBD).

Coming in September! A special Orientation 101 focusing on Get Out the Vote efforts for the fall election. What is GOTV and how can volunteers participate will be revealed! Date is not yet set but we will send out notification when we know more.


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