Below are some of the jobs that we have our volunteers do. Above all, we look for positive attitudes and helpfulness to assist wherever needed. We want our attendees and exhibitors to walk away saying their experience at Hall of Heroes Comic Con was a great one!
Admin: behind the scenes stuff before the convention (contacting speakers, contacting vendors)
Door Monitor: Watching an interior or exterior door to make sure only those with the right credentials are going in and out.
Exhibit Hall/Gaming Room: Wandering the crowd in a specified zone of the Exhibit Hall or Gaming Room. Checking for credentials. Seeing who might need help or information. Problem spotter.
Hospitality Room: You will be monitoring the food areas for creators or volunteers and making sure only those allowed get in. You may need to do some straightening and alert catering team of any needs.
Information Booth: Answering questions from our attendees. We provide training and information for this.
Line Control/Greeters: You are there to greet attendees and assist with providing directions and keeping the lines orderly for different events such as photo ops, front line, etc. This involves some crowd control and a lot of standing. You may be assigned an indoor OR an outdoor position.
Load In: This is Friday during the day and on Saturday morning before the show starts. It consists of checking people in, helping vendors find their spots (including traffic control inside and outside of the hall and dock area), directing them to assistance, answering questions, etc. You are not there to load-in vendor stock. You are there to provide information and direction. Load Out: This is usually 2-3 hours after the show closes on Sunday. You’ll help load up our stuff and make sure the vendors are packing up and heading out. This includes traffic control and parking inside and outside of the hall and dock area.
The Quirk Shop Booth: This is where The Quirk Shop merchandise is sold. You will assist with setting up, selling, and stocking merchandise as well as, packing up at the close of the show on Sunday.
Rover: Being available on site for your assigned shift to fill in where/when needs arise. Examples might be areas getting overloaded, crowd control, or if someone doesn’t work/show up for their shift. This is a crucial position.
Panelist/Vendor Table Sitting: This is watching a table while panelist or vendor is gone. Make sure their merchandise is kept secure.
Room Monitor: You will assist in directing attendees and checking for badges and/or wristbands in meeting rooms. We will want you to hang out, answer questions, and monitor the hallways and doors. Keep an eye out for anyone trying to come in doors they shouldn’t.
Volunteer Check In/Out: Involves checking in volunteers and dispatching them to their assigned locations. Assisting with deployment of on-call volunteers as requested.
Will Call: This is the front area for those picking up badges that have already been ordered.