Digifest 2019 is looking for volunteers for April 25 – 27, 2019!

Digifest is a 3 day design & tech festival, as well as a startup event, organized annually by the Digital Media and Gaming Incubator at George Brown College. Thought leaders, entrepreneurs, students and creatives from all industries come together for three days to share compelling digital content and discuss the future of design & technology.

This 3 day festival will be a great opportunity for all those interested in design, technology and entrepreneurship. Each year to make the festival a success Digifest relies on 15-20 volunteers to keep the show running smoothly. In return, these volunteers receive complimentary passes to the festival, plenty of free time to enjoy the talks and explore the exhibits, as well as hands on training for technical equipment and fantastic events experience. The festival this year focuses on creative growth, so come grow with us!

Why Should YOU Volunteer?

Unique opportunity to contribute to the design & technology community
Get an insider’s view of being part of a large-scale event
Gain useful job experience for your resume
Meet like-minded people and experts in the fields of design, technology and entrepreneurship

In return for your volunteer service, Digifest gladly offers the following benefits:
Complimentary 3 Day Passes to Digifest 2019
Complimentary food & drink during your shifts
Certificate of Participation / Letter of recommendation

Volunteer Roles Include:

Event Setup (requires light lifting)
Exhibit Assistants
Interactive Zone Hosts
Registration Desk Representatives
Event Guides
Workshop Assistants
ocial Media Assistants
Stage Hands
Mic Runners

You are required to:
Commit to at least 3 full shifts (3 hours each) of volunteering
Attend One Volunteer Training Session
Agree to wear a Digifest Volunteer T Shirt

Volunteer Form

Positions will be assigned based on qualifications and in order of applications received.



Questions? Contact Us!

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