WisCon is organized and run by volunteers and there are many ways to help out this year. We’ve highlighted a few of those opportunities in recent posts, but we also have opportunities in almost every department. Below is a list of many of the departments that use volunteers — most still need more help. We hope you will give a little bit of your time to help keep WisCon the great event it is!
Each year volunteers receive a special commemorative thank you gift that is only available to volunteers — we’re excited to offer badge wallets/holders this year. After requests for a more neutral color, we’re going with a black holder with white printing this year.
Also, if you volunteer 6 or more hours (participating in programming counts, too!), you can receive a $20 rebate on your registration as funds allow. Volunteering can be a great way to give and also get a little back to help with convention expenses!
For more information on these or any other volunteer opportunities, please contact Kristin Livdahl, Volunteer Coordinator: email@example.com
Often needs someone local to help with directing the movers for convention set-up and tear-down on Thursday and Tuesday.
This area is often understaffed. We need volunteers throughout the convention to provide hospitality to congoers. We also have a need for a few more volunteers who are SafeServ certified or willing to become certified.
This area is also often understaffed. Volunteers are needed to help with set-up, tear-down, sales during open hours, and during the show preview.
Needs 1-2 people throughout the convention to set up blue tape — early mornings and before the Opening Ceremony, Tiptree Auction, and Dessert Salon. Also needs 1-2 more people to help put up signs on Thursday and take down signs on Monday.
Needs volunteers throughout the convention as programming runs.
Is open almost the entire convention and needs volunteers throughout.
Various shifts open throughout the weekend. Training provided.
Bakesale for Tiptree
Needs volunteers for shifts from on Saturday.
Volunteers are needed to help with set-up and tear-down and to give the people staffing booths breaks during the event.