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The Piedmont Wind Symphony Student Service Club works alongside adult volunteers and PWS board members to support the ensemble on its mission to deliver exciting, professional performances of contemporary and traditional symphonic wind band music to the broadest audience possible and to provide a creative platform from which musicians and composers entertain, educate, and grow. 

PWS student volunteers gain valuable experience working alongside professional local musicians and the PWS board of directors in a thriving arts community. Volunteers also gain free access to PWS performances as they work to help with important tasks related to regular season and pops concerts.

- Stage setup (set up chairs and music stands)

- Greet/hand out programs
- Walk among the crowd to collect donations and distribute materials (outdoor concerts)
- Usher (direct patrons to handicapped access, restrooms, exits)
- Stage breakdown (stack chairs and music stands)

Student Volunteer Arrival Time: Typically 1 hour prior to concert time.

September 3 / September 9 (Dance Around the World) 
September 17 (On Broadway)

September 24 (At the Movies)
November 3 (World Class Brass All-Stars)
December 5 (Home for the Holidays) 
January 27 (Starstruck: A Night with Renee Elise Goldsberry)
April 21 (Frozen Cathedral)

Black pants or skirt (or dress) with a dress shirt or blouse in black or other solid color using the color palette from the PWS logo. Outdoor concerts may include shorts and a top of the same color palette. Sandals are permitted, but please, no flip-flops. See an adult volunteer to receive your PWS Volunteer Badge when you arrive.

Any forms in need of signatures can be submitted to the PWS Executive Director, Katherine White, who will verify the hours served and return the signed form as soon as possible.

 Please send this completed form to Katherine White, PWS Executive Director,  

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