2018 Creating Change - Volunteer Sign Up

 

We need 500 volunteers to provide essential on-site people power for this year's conference: the nation's largest annual conference of the LGBTQ movement. We expect over 4,000 people from all over the country to join us in Washington, DC, this year, so our volunteers are essential!  We are seeking local volunteers in Washington, DC, and in close proximity to Washington, DC.

In exchange for every 4 hour work session, you can attend the rest of the day's programming free of charge! That's right: volunteer four hours for the Creating Change Conference and attend any other sessions that interest you absolutely free!  And you'll be invited to attend our fabulous Volunteer Thank You Party a few weeks after Creating Change.  Date, time and location TBA.

Note: As part of your volunteer commitment, you must attend a one-hour Volunteer Orientation and Training at the Marriott Wardman Park on Sunday, January 21, 2018. We'll send you a reminder note about ten days in advance of the training. Orientation sessions run throughout the afternoon, starting on the hour, from 12 noon – 6 pm. You'll be able to sign up for your work shift at the Volunteer Orientation Training.
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Because you've signed up, you'll receive periodic updates from the National LGBTQ Task Force.


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Please take a moment to answer the following demographic questions. This information is used soley for fundraising to support the Creating Change Conference.

* Sexual Orientation:
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* Gender Identity:
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* Race/Ethnicity:
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Volunteer Community Agreements:

As a Creating Change Volunteer, I understand that the Creating Change Conference welcomes and affirms the many identities of our attendees, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, cultural background, language and country of origin, faith traditions, sex/gender, gender identities such as transgender and gender non-conforming, sexual orientations such as lesbian, gay, heterosexual, bisexual, queer, Two-Spirit, intersex, same-gender loving, asexual, polyamorous, pansexual and omnisexual.

I am ready, willing, and able to treat each person with whom I interact with civility, courtesy and kindness. I will respect each person’s race, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, faith tradition, physical appearance, physical and mental ability, language, and communications style; and I will do my best to help and assist them.

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