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USCA VOLUNTEER JOB DESCRIPTIONS

Volunteers are integral to the success of USCA. We are seeking mission driven, enthusiastic individuals who enjoy working as a team to showcase the hospitality of the host city and help meet the needs of USCA delegates.

 

Below is a listing of all USCA volunteer opportunities:

 

VOLUNTEER

Session Monitors:

Session Monitors staff workshop sessions and panel discussions and act as a liaison between faculty and USCA staff.

Plenary Session Monitors:

Plenary Session Monitors help scan badges at plenary doors, assist with crowd control, distribute chair materials, and direct delegates to empty seats.

Registration Volunteers:

Registration Volunteers welcome delegates to USCA, help direct line traffic, and answer general questions.

Bag Stuffing Volunteers:

Bag Stuffing Volunteers are help fill all conference bags with various brochures and material provided by conference sponsors.

Host Committee Booth Volunteers:

Members of the local Host Committee staff the Host Committee Booth. These volunteers should have a working knowledge of the city and places of interest that are within close vicinity of the conference venue.

Lounge Volunteers:

The PLWH/Respite, Youth, and Trans Lounges are created to meet the unique needs of these communities. Lounge Volunteers staff each space to ensure delegates are comfortable in the designated spaces and act as a liaison with USCA staff to troubleshoot any needs that may arise.

Directional Volunteers:

Directional Volunteers provide directions throughout the conference space throughout the duration of the conference.

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To sign up for your desired volunteer role please fill out our Volunteer Application. Thank you for your interest and commitment to the mission of USCA!

NMAC (formerly known as the National Minority AIDS Council) is a 501(c)3 organization. NMAC leads with race to urgently fight for health equity and racial justice to end the HIV epidemic in America. For more information, contact:

NMAC * 1000 Vermont Avenue NW, Suite 200 Washington, DC 20005-4903 * E-mail: conferences@nmac.org.