Registration: BurlyCon Shiftboard

If you have not yet registered for access to our online scheduling system, please complete the following form.

BurlyCon collects gender, language, and race data specifically for the purpose of applying for grants. The content of the gender choices is from the Human Rights Campaign and the race choices are based on United States Census data.


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APPLICANT INFORMATION
 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Stage Name
DO YOU PREFER TO USE YOUR STAGE NAME?
 Yes  No
I am interested in committing to:
16 hours of work during the convention
20 hours of pre-con volunteer work
40 hours of pre-con volunteer work
Gender
If 'Other' Gender, please specify here
Age Range
Race
African American/Black
American Indian/Alaska Native
Asian
Caucasian/White
Hispanic/Latino
Pacific Islander
Other
What is your current profession?
If you have a disability or medical condition that may affect your volunteering, please enter the details here:

Year Round Information
What are your volunteer interests? (Check all that apply)
Fundraising
Sales
Programming
Media
Hospitality
Vending
Events
Admin
Copy writing
Blog writing
Marketing
Website Design
Editing
Grant writing
Other
If "Other", please describe:
DO YOU HAVE A SPECIFIC SKILL YOU EXCEL AT? ARE YOU A MASTER AT RESEARCH? DO YOU LOVE SPREADSHEETS? PLEASE DESCRIBE.
STEERING COMMITTEE MEETINGS TAKE PLACE ON THE SECOND MONDAY OF EACH MONTH AT 6PM PST. ARE YOU AVAILABLE?
 Yes  No
DO YOU OWN A COMPUTER WITH ACCESS TO INTERNET?
 Yes  No

Weekend Volunteer Information
Do you have a license and are interested in Volunteering as a driver?
 Yes  No
If yes, what is your licence number?
Vehicle Type
Car
Truck
Van
SUV
Are you able to use your own reliable vehicle?
 Yes  No

Team Interest

Please provide your level of interest in working for each of the teams where 5 is the highest and 1 is the lowest. A brief decription of what each team does can be found below.

 

Brains - These positions require your brain to be engaged! Data entry, Registration desk staffing, and other detail-oriented tasks.


Errand Runners - Errand runners have access to a car and will go on scheduled errand runs out in the wide world. Must be comfortable handling and accounting for cash, and some moderate lifting.


Floaters - Floaters can be assigned to anything! We might need an extra hand in Hospitality, or our Data Entry volunteer didn't show up, or something else entire. Expect the unexpected as a floater.


Hospitality Superstars - These shifts are all in Hospitality and the Bar, setting up, cleaning up, preparing food, being friendly and social, and making Hospitality awesome!


Security - Security volunteers take longer shifts - 6 hours on average. Security volunteers act as bouncers at entrances to events, hall monitors to help keep things running smoothly, and eyes and ears to protect our attendees, vendors, and staff. Security or related experience requested.


Set-Up Squad - These shifts require lots of moving and lifting of stuff, as well as an eye for decoration. Setting up and cleaning up events is the name of the game, as well as general load-in and load-out of the Con.

 




Brains

Errand Runners

Floaters

Hospitality Superstars

Security

Set-Up Squad

Volunteer Information
Areas of Interest
Fundraising
Media and Marketing
Registration Assistant
Hospitality Helper
Room Counter
Security
Driver
Newsletter Distribution
Event Setup and Teardown
Admin/Data Entry
Tech and A/V
Volunteer Recruitment
Educational Programming
Archival work
Event planning
Research
Surveys
Have you volunteered for BurlyCon before?
 Yes  No
If yes, with which team?
Does your employer offer a volunteer hour match program?
If yes or unsure, which company do you work for?
Interested in doing a Work Trade in exchange for a pass to the Con
 Yes

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Thank you for your interest!
 
 

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