Thank you for applying to be a volunteer at the Auckland Climate Challenge Conference! The conference will be held on the 25th & 26th of May at the University of Auckland. Volunteers may be required to arrive as early as 8 am and leave as late as 5 pm on each day. Volunteers will also need to be available on the evening of Friday 24th of May for a training evening.
We will run a volunteer training pizza evening likely the night before the conference (24th May) so you can meet the team and we can go over your roles before the two conference days (25-26th May).If this interests you please fill out the form and we will get back to you.
Welfare: This volunteer is the point of contact for students at the conference who need emotional or physical support. This might include students who are: - Wanting to talk about overwhelming issues from the conference content- Wanting to talk about bullying within the conference- Students with physical injuries made during the conference- Most likely are students wanting a nice quiet place to sit and a friend to chat with
Logistics: This volunteer works with the logistics officers to ensure the weekend runs smoothly. They may also be a welfare officer in shifts, workshop facilitators, and workshop assistants. Their role will include:- Directing students as they move between workshops, breaks, speakers and the excursion- Setting up and packing down- Moving food to the break area- Answering students questions- Ensuring concerns and complaints are taken to the right person- Registering students
Workshop Assistants: This is a volunteer who supports the running of workshops throughout the weekend. Their roles will include:- Supporting groups of students who have questions- Handing out material during the workshop- Facilitating group discussions- Dealing with conflict - Helping set up the room and clean up afterward
Media: This is a volunteer who will part of the media team in-charge of capturing the event through photographs and videos. Their role will include:- Taking photos of delegates, speakers, workshops, excursions and the MP panel while in action- Filming the event - Utilising their own DSLR standard camera - Having sufficient knowledge and access to editing software and being able to timely deliver finished photographs to the organising committee
They will be split up into two groups; a photography group and a videography group and be dispersed throughout the conference.
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