Here is the steps to volunteer.
you'll see a form on your Navigation Home Page that invites you to volunteer to become a full member. Volunteering means that you want to collaborate on our shared family tree and plan to abide by our Honor Code.
The volunteer form invites you to add one or more topic tags for surnames, locations, or projects that interest you, and to comment on your interest. These comments are a way for you to introduce yourself to other WikiTreers who share the same genealogical interests.
Don't fret too much about picking the right tags. You could just enter a surname or two. The tags can be edited at any time.
Also don't worry too much about the comments explaining your interest. If you're new to genealogy, for example, you can just say that. It's good to say that you're interested in collaborating with other genealogists, since that's what WikiTree is all about.
Tag comments appear for others who are following the tag, on your profile, and on the feed of new volunteers that's monitored by WikiTree "Greeters" — friendly members who have taken it upon themselves to welcome others.
A Greeter will usually confirm you soon after you volunteer. You can then sign the Honor Code and contribute as a full member of our community. (Thank you!)
When you have done this you can either send me a message or wait for another Greeter to confirm your membership.
Happy to have you aboard!!