Student Volunteers are integral to the success of each CHI conference. Students from all disciplines are invited to be part of the most exciting event in the HCI field. Many of the duties are not glamorous, but all provide opportunities to interact with CHI 2002 attendees from all parts of the world.
In return for their help at the conference, student volunteers will receive many benefits including free conference registration, some meals, a Conference Reception ticket, a student volunteer T-shirt, and an invitation
to the volunteer thank-you party. Student volunteers are responsible for their own housing, travel to and from Minneapolis, and those meals not provided. Reduced housing rates may be available for student volunteers. Student volunteers will have access to the student volunteer email list, which helps to create a community before the conference.
Volunteers must be undergraduate, Masteršs, or doctoral students during the 2001-2002 academic year. All students, regardless of dis- cipline, are encouraged to apply. No experience is required. We are looking for enthusiastic, intelligent, reliable people. Volunteers must com- mit to a total of 20 volunteer hours
of work at the conference during 20-25
Application and Information
While the deadline for applying is 25 January 2002, there is already a waiting list. Appli-cations are no longer being accepted per the web site.