2010 Volunteer Info for FFF Houston.
We need people to fill in various posts at various hours. If you are interested in working, please let us know which of the following specific shifts you want to work, and which job you would prefer to do.
Friday 3-6 (load in) – schleppers, door security
Friday 6-9pm — wristband checkers, class monitors, ticket table
Friday 9-midnight — door security, auction helpers, kinky speed dating helpers (& participants)
Saturday 11-2– wristband checkers, class monitors, ticket table
Saturday 1-4– wristband checkers, class monitors, ticket table
Saturday 3-6– wristband checkers, class monitors, ticket table
Saturday 6-9– wristband checkers, ticket table
Sunday 10:30-1:30– wristband checkers, class monitors, ticket table
Sunday 12-3pm– wristband checkers, class monitors, ticket table
Sunday 3-6 (load out) – schleppers, door security
For one three hour shift, a volunteer receives admission to all 3 days of classes & vending.
For two three-hour shifts (6 hours total), a volunteer receives admission to all 3 days of classes and vending, and their choice of admission to either the Friday or Saturday night party.
For three three hour shifts (9 hours total), a volunteer receives admission to all 3 days of classes and vending, and both Friday and Saturday night parties.
If you want to volunteer, leave a comment or email to FFF.Houston@gmail.com with your name or scene name (whatever you prefer), your email and phone #, and what shift time you want to take and what job you prefer.
We’ll get back to you with whether that slot’s open and other details.
Schlepper — help vendors get stuff in from their vehicles on Friday or back out on Sunday
Wristband checker — stand at a security checkpoint and make sure no one passes through without the right wristband color on. Different colors allow different access.
Door security — during set-up and break-down hours, make sure unauthorized people do not enter and that nothing “walks away.”
Classroom monitor — Point person for all classes in a given room during a 3 hour shift. Before the class begins, introduce yourself to the presenter as the classroom monitor. If the presenter needs anything during the class (water, problem with the set up, etc) you fix it or tell us at the main desk about the problem. If they need you to bar the door during a delicate part of the presentation to prevent interruption, do so. You may also want to remind the presenter when their time is up.
Ticket table — sell admission to the event, parties, etc.