1) Fill out your contact information.2) If you know where you are working, select the booth/room from the many listed.3) If you don't know where to work, select the "I don't know what to do" button further down, and we will place you where you are most needed.4) Then, select the shift(s) you would prefer. 5) Are you eating the lunch from Hethwood Market (described below)?6) Finally, select your t-shirt size.
Volunteers who work two or more hours at the event are provided an event t-shirt, a special event nametag, and lunch. Lunch will be provided by Hethwood Market - pulled pork barbecue, mac and cheese, etc. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.Forms and volunteer standards can be found at www.hokiebugfest.org.
Hokie BugFest celebrates the fun and excitement of the science of entomology, and the Virginia Tech tradition of learning and discovery through outreach and engagement. This event highlights an ongoing youth education program hosted by the Virginia Tech Department of Entomology, Virginia Cooperative Extension's 4-H Program, and the department's student-run professional organization, the W.B. Alwood Entomological Society. Each year Hokie BugFest welcomes an army of volunteers including our students, staff, faculty, alumni, and friends. We maintain quite a bit of security on who we allow to volunteer, especially if they are in contact with children. All of our department volunteers have completed a background check. We also require non-VT volunteers to complete Virginia 4-H volunteer forms and comply with their rules.
Please contact us if you have any questions.Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs: 540-231-6543Rachel Parson: email@example.com