2019 MassCUE/M.A.S.S. Technology Conference Volunteer Form
Volunteering at the 2019 MassCUE/M.A.S.S. Technology Conference is a great way to meet fellow educators and go "behind the scenes" at the biggest event of the fall!

Volunteers who are selected will receive discounted registration of $ 75 (1 day), $150 (volunteer both days), or $240 (volunteer 1 day, attend both days)

A two hour shift is required for each day that you volunteer.
We try hard to match up with your conference schedule, but volunteers are needed for specific time slots and tasks.
To ensure that you have the greatest choice for shifts, respond as soon as you can once you are selected.

Volunteers will be selected on a first come first serve basis. We will notify those selected as soon as possible and begin filling shifts.

Volunteers accepted until October 15.
Your Contact Information
First Name *
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Last Name *
Your answer
Email Address *
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Phone Number *
A cell phone would be helpful for day of the conference communications.
Your answer
Volunteer Tasks
Ask Me! Stations
A conference must..volunteers help attendees with directions, schedule updates, wifi passwords, and any information that helps folks make the most of their conference day.

Registration/Information Desk
The inevitable rush each morning at registration requires lots of hands..passing out materials/bags, directing folks through registration process, etc. Lots of volunteers needed for early shifts at registration.

Please choose an area that you would be interested in volunteering for.
Date Choice(s)
You can choose to volunteer for - Wednesday, October 23 - Thursday, October 24 - or volunteer for both days.

(Please check one or both days)
Shift Preference
We typically schedule four shifts for volunteers and try hard to accommodate your schedule. Mornings are always the busiest and we need more volunteers for those shifts.

(Please check your preference(s) or check them all if you are flexible)
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