🙋♀️🙋🏽♂️ Call for Volunteers PyCon DE & PyData Berlin 2024 🙋🏿🙋
You’ve always wanted to get involved in the organization of PyCon DE & PyData Berlin? Here’s your chance! We are looking for volunteers on-site during the 3 days of conference in April 2024.
What are the benefits of volunteering?
- You get to do something awesome for the Python & PyData community
- You help make the conference a success
- Volunteering helps to be involved with and learn different aspects of the conference
- Be part of the PyCon DE & PyData staff team, meet and work with organizers, volunteers and speakers
Who should apply?
We are looking for motivated volunteers that are planning on attending PyCon DE & PyData 22.-24. April in Berlin.
We will need your help for a total of 9 hours throughout the 4 days of the conference (some tasks already start on Sunday, 21st).
Registration Desk (Starting on Sunday)
You will be responsible for welcoming the conference attendees, validating their ticket and providing them with their badges, wristbands, swag and conference related information.
Rooms: regulations and Q&A (Starting on Sunday)
As per fire regulations, all attendees must be seated and each room cannot exceed the maximum seating capacity. You will be checking that those regulations are fulfilled by the attendees. Additionally, if needed, you should pass the microphone around for the Q&A session at the end of each talk.
Tutorials sign up
We have a dedicated space at the registration desk where attendees can come and sign up for tutorials. You will provide them with a dedicated wristband which they will have to show before entering the tutorial room.
Setting up / cleaning up (Starting on Sunday)
You will be sorting the badges for attendees on the day before the conference, setting up registration on the first morning, distributing signs, etc.
At the end of the conference you will help us put stuff back in place and make sure we do not leave a mess.
Be ready to help. This may include moving around stuff, delivering messages, preventing attendees from entering overfilled rooms, supporting other volunteers, etc.
Runners for session chairs
Before each talk you would go from room to room and make sure the session chairs are present (you will be given a list with their names).
A detailed description of tasks and timing will be shared upon selection.