Flashpoint Artists Initiative Leadership Interest Form
Participation: It's not just a principle; it's a critical need for burns to exist. One great way to participate year-round is to step into a leadership role in the community. Whether Team Lead, BoD, or other positions, good leaders are a valuable addition and something we can't do without.

Sometimes good potential leaders get overlooked due to the craziness of on site events, don't show their interest to the right person or at the right time, or simply don't realize that anyone can be a leader if they show the skills and desire to be one. This form is an effort to help the BoD and Event Committee keep track of potential leaders and give everyone an easy way to show interest. We're looking for not just on-the-ground "doers" but big-picture thinkers and organizers. Organization and decision making skills are highly sought after and hallmarks of a good burn leader.

Tell us why you would be a great addition to leadership in our community! We'll keep your interest on file as positions open up and regularly refer to the candidate list to ensure we don't overlook good candidates in the future. Filling out this form isn't a guarantee you'll be picked for various leader roles, but it is certainly a great way to make sure your skills and desire are known.

*Also, if this form looks familiar to you, yes, we unabashedly "borrowed" it from our dear friends at Transformus. :-)
Email address *
Burner Name *
If you don't have one, just enter N/A.
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Legal Name *
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Preferred email *
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Phone Number *
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What role(s) are you interested in? *
***Support - Intern to the teams. For former team leads to stay involved. For those interested in getting an idea of team lead responsibilities and tasks. Often will serve as a shift lead. ***Team Co-Lead - Assists Lead in running of team. Helps make managerial decisions, assists volunteers. ***Team Lead - Responsible for the team. Sets up schedules and details for volunteers. Reports to Department Lead. ***Department Lead - Year-round coordinator of multiple teams. Member of the event committee. Has financial responsibilities. ***Event Lead - Year-round event coordination. Chair of the Event Committee. The primary liaison to the BoD. Has financial responsibilities. ***Committee member/chair - Year-round activity specific positions that help keep the org running and serving the community. Home committee, communications committee, and tech ops committees are examples. ***Board of Directors - Year-round organization across events. Has financial responsibilities.
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Please tell us a little bit about some experience (professional or avocational) you may be able to contribute. *
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How many Alchemy and/or Euphoria burns have you been to?
What roles/jobs have you held at our burns?
List everything from theme camp organizer to team lead to BoD or any other role you feel is important to mention.
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Have you held leadership positions at other burns?
If Yes, please list positions held.
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If you have not participated before. What role do you see yourself doing in an event? Why?
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Why are you interested in burn leadership?
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What skills do you think are necessary for leadership in a burner community?
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What skills would you bring to the job?
leadership, technical, people, etc. Anything goes.
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What teams interest you and why? What would you do to change or improve them?
You can reference teams from Alchemy or Euphoria, the BoD, or any singular positions we have or that you think we need.
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What would make you an effective leader?
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Do you prefer a more visible role or more of a behind the scenes role? Why?
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How much time do you prefer to spend volunteering during a burn?
Work for our burns doesn't stop when the event ends, for some roles it is a year round commitment. What amount of time can you safely dedicate to a leadership position per week during the "off season"?
Off-season for FAI is typically defined as November through March
What amount of time can you safely dedicate to a leadership position during the ramp up to a burn?
Alchemy activity really ramps up in March or April and continues through the event itself.
What is your favorite principle and why?
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Bonus Essay Question: Describe what Alchemy/Euphoria means to you and ways the Burner community can positively impact the default world.
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