Volunteers are the foundation of our organization. There are many ways for people of all genders and ages to get involved with Girls Rock! Indianapolis, at summer camp and throughout the year.


Hands-on volunteer roles for summer camp include band managing, camp counseling, teaching a workshop, instrument instruction, and performing for our campers.

In-camp volunteers must be available to present at camp during one of the two camp sessions (or both!). Roadies help with set-up and break down of the camp itself, before the first camp session and after the second session. Workshop leaders will be invited to host a workshop for our campers.

Apply to be a Camp VolunteerApply to be a RoadieApply to be a Workshop Leader


Outside of camp, you can support Girls Rock! Indianapolis by volunteering for events or by serving on one of our leadership committees. Whatever form your commitment takes, we appreciate your time and work to ensure a positive experience for all volunteers.

Complete the volunteer interest form below to let us know your skills and interests. We’ll find a way to get you involved!

If you’re interested in joining a leadership committee, you may choose from one of the following:

Diversity and inclusion


Want to get involved but don’t have any experience in music? No problem! We not only include but encourage people with no musical background to get involved with our programs.

Our volunteers are parents, camp alumni, college students, local musicians, social workers, music fans, artists, activists and people who want to empower youth. In short – our volunteers are people like you.​


Girls Rock! Indianapolis strives to provide a safer and inclusive environment for our program participants and volunteers.

Camp roles include direct contact with our campers, such as band managing, counseling and workshop instruction. For this reason, we invite individuals who identify as non-binary, trans and cisgender women to volunteer at camp.

We welcome and greatly value individuals of any gender identity to volunteer in other ways. Roles available to all individuals include assisting with community events, working on band equipment and/or serving on a volunteer committee.

We appreciate your understanding and are always interested in an ongoing conversation about gender.

“We can make spaces safer, first by acknowledging that some people are discriminated against just for being who they are, and then by doing what we can to ensure they feel supported.”

- Shawna Potter