Nathan Phillips Square, in front of Toronto City Hall.
December 31, 2020.
Approximately nine hours including an hour of pre-event training.
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For more information contact the City Cultural Events Volunteer Department at 416-392-9315 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a New Year’s Eve volunteer, you will:
To become a New Year’s Eve volunteer, you will:
As an active New Year’s Eve volunteer, you will:
Recruitment sessions consist of an informative presentation and short interview. Once accepted, volunteers will be able to participate in any and all City Cultural Events! Please RSVP your attendance to email@example.com.
Accessibility Assistants help to escort patrons who use wheelchairs and other assistive devices to the event’s accessibility area(s). They have the authority to request that other people vacate the area if they don’t need it. This position is ideal for friendly people who like to help patrons with special needs, and involves some walking.
Artist Assistants help the artist and/or performer in a myriad of ways. Responsibilities include assisting with performance logistics and escorting them to the performance area. This position is ideal for people familiar with helping artists and/or performers and with some previous theatre or event experience.
Assistant Stage Managers help the Stage Managers ensure the stage runs smoothly and on schedule. Responsibilities include working directly with the performers and their handlers, and assisting with cues, set up and clean up. This position is ideal for students in theatre or technical production programs looking for real experience at large events and who are calm and assertive. This position requires a resume.
Information Ambassadors provide front-line, top-calibre customer service to festival visitors. They are the goodwill ambassadors who keep everyone informed. Responsibilities include helping patrons navigate the event by distributing information materials, answering questions and giving directions. This position is ideal for friendly people with good communication skills and high energy who want lots of interaction with patrons, but no supervisory duties.
Ushers also provide front-line, top-calibre customer service to festival visitors while they wait to view projects and ensure their successful navigation through line-ups. Responsibilities include greeting the audience and crowd control. This position is ideal for friendly people who like participating in crowd management and are willing to be assertive, but want no supervisory duties.