Ways to Get Involved
Are you looking for a way to get involved with the Eau Claire Jazz Festival? Volunteer at Jazz Crawl and recieve a free wristband to the rest of the event!
Be part of a dynamic and engaging organization! Eau Claire Jazz, Inc. (ECJI), is a nonprofit in Eau Claire created to educate, entertain and inspire the public by providing authentic jazz experiences.
Each year, the festival utilizes the time and unique skill sets of more than 200 volunteers, engaging in a variety of duties from collecting tickets, selling merchandise and guiding visiting schools around the UW-Eau Claire campus. Volunteer opportunities reach far beyond the four-day festival. Eau Claire Jazz, Inc. offers student internships year round, providing an opportunity to gain valuable real-world experience in a wide range of fields for all majors. Community members can join committees and have the opportunity to mentor college students.
Volunteering for one of our events is a fun, rewarding experience! We are looking for reliable individuals to help us make our events successful. All volunteers will receive free entrance to the event that they help with!
Student Sessions at the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
Gatsby's Gala (November)
Eau Claire Jazz Inc. is looking for active and engaged community members and college students to work year-round on several committees. Community members work side-by-side with students as mentors, helping them to gain real life experience in thier choosen field and at a non-profit.
Our committees include:
Marketing & Communications
Eau Claire Jazz Inc. is proud to have an active and commited Board of Directors. We are always searching for individuals with a passion for jazz and the positive influence it can have. Our board is a unique mix of community members and college students, giving us strong continuity and leadership, coupled with fresh ideas and innovation.
The Eau Claire Jazz Festival provides a unique opportunity for UW-Eau Claire students. Being the only of its kind, the festival is planned and run by several interns annually, including a Festival Director.