RightsCon Toronto 2018 Volunteer Application
Interested in volunteering at RightsCon Toronto (May 16-18, 2018)? We'd love to have you help out!

Volunteering with RightsCon is a great way to get involved with and learn about the global digital rights community! Volunteer duties vary and can include processing registrations, writing and reporting on sessions, managing social media accounts, being a lead or usher in a program session room, and more! In exchange, we provide all of our volunteers with complimentary access to RightsCon.

Please fill out the application below, and if you have any questions, feel free to contact Nikki Gladstone, our RightsCon Associate at nikki@accessnow.org.

Note: We are unfortunately not able to provide travel or accommodation support for volunteers.

Thanks and we'll be in touch soon!

Email address *
First name *
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Last name *
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Organization / Affiliation *
ex: University of Toronto; Access Now
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Email Address *
For primary point of contact
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Are you able to attend the volunteer orientation training on the morning of Tuesday, May 15? *
If you can only attend a portion of it please specify in other
Do you have a smart phone that you are willing to use for processing opening day registrations? *
We use an app for making registration seamless.
When are you available to volunteer? *
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How did you hear about this volunteering opportunity (or RightsCon in general)? *
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Tell us about yourself. Why do you want to volunteer at RightsCon? *
We'd love to hear about your studies, your work, or your interests for digital rights, technology, internet policy, or human rights.
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We're happy to accommodate your mobility and accessibility requests. Let us know how we can help.
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General questions or comments?
Feel free to share anything you would like for us to know!
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