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Hack the Patriarchy is a not-for-profit event and will be run primarily by volunteers. There are plenty of ways to get involved that make use of a variety of skills, and you don’t have to be available over-night in order to volunteer. Volunteers are Needed in the Following Roles:
  • Technical, Design & Subject Matter Mentors (Professional & Student)
  • Head of Hacker Experience
  • Tech Manager
  • Workshop Room Manager
  • Check-In & Registration
  • Videographer/Photographer
  • EMT/First Aid

Job Descriptions:

Technical, Design & Subject Matter Mentors – Ideally we’ll have plenty of mentors on hand through-out both days. I’m looking for both professionals as well as student mentors who can commit to 3-5 hours of accessibility during the event, being on hand to guide and coach the teams. Head of Hacker Experience – This is a crucial role for the event, must be highly tech savvy & enjoy interacting with people. Tech Manager – High level tech skills & experience a must. You’ll be in charge of keeping tabs on the tech needs of the day (and of the individual teams) as well as dealing with any technology crises that arise. Workshop Room Manager – We’ll have workshops available all day Saturday and early afternoon Sunday, both technical and non-technical. You won’t need to teach any of the workshops, the job mostly consists of educator wrangling & making sure each workshop has any needs met. Check-In & Registration – Must like people! You’ll be the first line of greeting participants so must be a morning person, available 7am – Noon both Saturday and Sunday. Videographer/Photographer – this will be a remarkable event, so we want to document it! We’d just need you for a few hours on Saturday, Sunday (or even overnight!) to take pictures of teams and/or interview participants for American Idol style videos.

Interested in one of these positions or helping out in another way?

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