Become a Student Volunteer and Earn a Free PRiME 2016 Registration

ECS_268Are you a student with plans to attend PRiME 2016 in Honolulu, Hawaii this October? Help ECS help you! Apply to work six hours at the meeting as a student volunteer and receive a FREE PRiME 2016 meeting registration!*

In addition to the free meeting registration, selected volunteers will receive an exclusive behind-the-scenes experience, countless networking opportunities, a PRiME shirt, and a certificate of participation!

As a student volunteer, you will work closely with the PRiME staff and gain first-hand experience in what it takes to execute a PRiME meeting. Take advantage of the opportunity to network and engage with meeting attendees, symposium organizers, and PRiME staff while learning how registration operates, technical sessions run, and how major meeting programs are facilitated.

Ready to apply? Click here to fill out your application today!

*Please note you will be required to work a total of six hours over the course of the meeting. If you do not complete the six hours of work on-site, you will be invoiced for the full registration fee. We will do our best to accommodate the hours you have listed as being available but this is not a guarantee. Each student volunteer position will require interaction with the attendees, long periods of standing, and foot-traffic flow management. If you are unwilling or unable to complete these tasks please make us aware upon submitting your application.

In addition to the six work hours, we require that you attend one of our student volunteer/employee orientations in order to familiarize yourself with the venue, staff, and assignment you will be working on. Orientations will last approximately half an hour.

The deadline for application submissions is Monday, August 1st. The selected candidates will be notified the week of August 15th.

Multilingual speakers are highly encouraged to apply!

For additional information or questions regarding the application process, please contact Andrew Ryan, Intern of Membership Services, at andrew.ryan@electrochem.org

See you in Honolulu!

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