Call for Volunteers
Comcast Labs Connect (CLC) is a forum to share designs, concepts, philosophies, and practical applications for current and future technology. The collaboration of technologists, educators, and enthusiasts fosters innovative ideas and learning opportunities. The events are open to the technical community, Comcast employees, and contractors.
Why should you volunteer for a CLC Conference?
Volunteering at a CLC conference is an exciting opportunity to be a part of a great event and we truly can’t run a successful conference without you! As a volunteer you will have the opportunity to provide attendees with a smooth conference experience, engage in conference activities, and take part in the post-conference networking event. Plus, you will receive one of the coveted CLC conference t-shirts!
What are volunteers expected to do?
Volunteers are needed from 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM on the date of the conference, so please be sure you are available during this time and have confirmed your availability with your leadership.
As a volunteer, you will be responsible for assignments including assisting presenters, handling presentation updates, escorting guests within Comcast locations, coordinating with AV personnel, and raising any issues to the Program Manager and Program Director for resolution.
Here are a few examples of the opportunities and the tasks they include:
Greet attendees as they arrive.
Escort attendees to the conference area and break-out rooms.
Be an ambassador for Comcast Labs Connect.
Distribute attendee badges, schedules, and conference give-aways.
Help attendees with questions related to schedules and amenities.
Help presenters with general AV tasks, such as setting up microphones and connecting laptops to the projection system.
Distribute microphones to attendees during Q&A sessions.
Please note, we will have AV staff on duty to answer questions but a general comfort level with AV equipment is recommended for this role.
Volunteer Sign-Up Form
If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to our conference Program Manager, Erika Schoch, or list them in the “notes” section below.