Volunteering with SAM
You are invited to help preserve the rich history of Rocky Mountain PBS.
Volunteer schedules are flexible depending on individual availability. SAM volunteers give their time from home or in the SAM Office at Rocky Mountain PBS. Training and supplies are provided. The fun of volunteering for SAM includes the opportunity to make new friends, the joy of working with fellow volunteers who love Rocky Mountain PBS, the thrill of making new discoveries, the satisfaction of learning new archive and computer skills, and the pride of knowing that you are playing a part in preserving the history of our beloved community treasure: Rocky Mountain PBS.
What do SAM volunteers do? Volunteer opportunities abound for SAM volunteers: take photographs at special events, identify and scan current and historic photographs and memorabilia, conduct and transcribe oral history interviews of past and current Rocky Mountain PBS staff and volunteers, research historic documents, insert data into the SAM databases, set up archive displays for special in-house or community events, preserve historical programs produced by Rocky Mountain PBS and much more. Since history is being created every day at Rocky Mountain PBS, the volunteers delight in documenting both "fresh" and "historic" events.
Along with needing more volunteers, SAM is searching for original copies of KRMA PROMOS from the 1970s. If you have PROMOS or other station-related materials to contribute to the archives (photos, documents or memorabilia), please contact SAM.
Station's Archived Memories Volunteer Opportunities »
To apply to volunteer for the preservation of the station's history, contact the Station's Archived Memories office at 303-620-5734 or e-mail SAM. We want to hear from you.