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Join the Team

The conference weekend is always energetic and uplifting! If you would like to get in behind the scenes and help make the conference a success, consider how your family can get involved this year.

Volunteer 

You are invited to use your talents and gifts to help others at this year’s conference! Our volunteer program is super simple — sign up, get trained, have fun, and still stay focused on the resources, training, and encouragement that you are looking for from the conference! No prior experience is needed.

You can choose from five areas to serve, and each area has different requirements and benefits (see each link below for full details). Dads, moms, grandparents, young adults, and empty nest homeschool parents are all welcome and needed.

We would love to have you join our volunteer team! Choose an option below to learn more about each position and sign up now!!

Pray

This weekend is the culmination of months of organization, meetings, and logistics galore. Please join us in praying that God is honored and families are strengthened in their homeschool journeys!

Questions? Contact us at .

Positions are for adults and students age 13 and older who are registered for the full conference. Volunteers needed on:

  • Thursday – 6/13
  • Friday – 6/14
  • Saturday – 6/15

Kids and Teen Activities Responsibilities: These activities (click here to learn more about them) are run by professionals, but volunteers are needed to help activities run smoothly. Sign up to help with your preferred activity, and please note the volunteer age requirement for each one.

Benefits: Volunteers who serve for at least 3 hours receive their choice of one of three benefit options. (You may sign up for multiple 3-hour shifts and receive one option per shift.)

  • Receive a $20 discount on full conference recordings (limit 1)
  • $9 Food Certificate – good in the Marriot Market/Starbucks or in the Pint Bros Restaurant. Thursday thru Saturday, only
  • $8 Exhibit Hall Certificate — good during Exhibit Hall hours only
  • Plus early access shopping at the Used Curriculum Sale (11am–12pm) Wednesday, June 12th

Please note: All volunteers must be registered with a full-conference pass and fit the listed age requirements below.

    Positions are for adults and students aged 15 and older who are registered for the full conference. Volunteers needed on:

    • Thursday – 6/13
    • Friday – 6/14
    • Saturday – 6/15

    Exhibit Hall Support Responsibilities: Help out in various ways such as serving in the Exhibit Hall, being a secret shopper, and other on-call needs.

    Benefits: Volunteers who serve for at least 4 hours receive their choice of one of three benefit options. (You may sign up for multiple 4-hour shifts and receive one option per shift.)

    1. Receive a $20 discount on full conference recordings (limit 1)
    2. $9 Food Certificate – good in the Marriot Market/Starbucks or in the Pint Bros Restaurant. Thursday thru Saturday, only
    3. $8 Exhibit Hall Certificate — good during Exhibit Hall hours only
    4. Plus early access shopping at the Used Curriculum Sale (11am–12pm) Wednesday, June 12th

    Please note: All exhibit hall volunteers must be over 15 and registered for the conference.

      Positions are for adults and students age 13 and older who are registered for the full conference. Volunteers needed on:

      • Thursday – 6/13
      • Friday – 6/14
      • Saturday – 6/15

      Assist with Onsite Registration / Information / Directions / Workshop Office Support: Help out in various ways, like greeting conference attendees, assisting with checking people in, distributing programs, giving directions, assisting with parking, assisting in hallways, workshop rooms, and wherever help is needed.

      Benefits: Volunteers who serve for at least 4 hours receive their choice of one of three benefit options. (You may sign up for multiple 4-hour shifts and receive one option per shift.)

      • Receive a $20 discount on full conference recordings (limit 1)
      • $9 Food Certificate – good in the Marriot Market/Starbucks or in the Pint Bros Restaurant. Thursday thru Saturday, only
      • $8 Exhibit Hall Certificate — good during Exhibit Hall hours only
      • Plus early access shopping at the Used Curriculum Sale (11am–12pm) Wednesday, June 12th

      Please note: All facilities volunteers must be over 13 and registered with a full-conference pass.

      Positions are for adults and students age 12 and over. Volunteers are needed on:

      • Wednesday, 6/12, Conference Bonus Day
      • Thursday, 6/13

      Be part of the largest Used Curriculum Sale in the state of Colorado! You can volunteer as well as sell your used curriculum! The sale will be on Wednesday, June 12th, as part of the BONUS DAY, immediately prior to the Rocky Mountain Homeschool Conference, AND Thursday, June 13th, at Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church.

      Areas of service: See list below to find what areas of service are most appealing to you and work the best for your schedule. There are opportunities that begin as early as March! Most of the help is needed the days of the sale.

      Benefits: For those that volunteer a minimum of 4 hours you will get early access shopping (from 11am–12pm, Wednesday, June 12th) PLUS receive an additional 5% on your sales (if you are selling books).

      Volunteer Form - UCS

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      Email*
      Address*
      Are you a homeschool parent/grandparent and/or 12 or older?*
      All volunteers MUST be aged 12 or older.

      Volunteering at the conference is limited to students ages 12+ and adults.

      Are you registered to sell books at the sale?*

      Volunteer positions

      Please note:

      • The 2024 Used Curriculum Sale is hosted on Wednesday, June 12th, AND Thursday, June 13th.
      • To be eligible for volunteer benefits, you must serve for at least 4 hours.
      • Each area has a limited number of positions needed. Once all positions have been filled, the selection will be removed from the options. (Only available selections will appear on this form.)
      Pre-Conference: Preparing Books
      Help UCS Coordinators prior to the conference to prepare curriculum donations for the sale. (Check this and we'll contact you with more info.)
      Book Check-In
      Review items from sellers; review list and confirm sale items are present. Attention to detail is essential.
      Mover/Hauler
      Moving items to wherever they need to be moved. (Great for young men who like moving things with dollies!)

      There are no options available for this field.

      Sorter
      Sort curriculum for tables.

      There are no options available for this field.

      Table Organizer
      Organizing and displaying books on the tables. (Organizational skills not necessary)
      Cashier
      Need friendly people with customer service type skills. Attention to detail and ability to stand for periods of time. Scan bar codes on sale items, print receipt for buyer, and accept money. This is a very user-friendly system and you will be trained shortly prior to the start of the sale. (18 years and older only) Would appreciate if you could sign up for multiple time slots.
      Floor Worker
      Help direct shoppers, clean up stray books, straighten tables, and anywhere else needed.
      Post-Sale Sort & Cleanup
      Help sort unsold items by pick up & donate. Also, help clean up UCS hall & assist UCS coordinator with repacking truck.
      Post-Sale Hauler
      Help carry unsold items to moving truck.
      Curriculum Return Assistant
      Help sellers retrieve their unsold curriculum.
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      Gleaning Room Attendant
      Greet and guide attendees in the gleaning room during the conference.
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      Final Cleanup
      This will take place in the gleaning room area after the conference ends.

      Position is for adults over 18 who are registered for the full conference. Volunteers needed on:

      • Thursday 6/13
      • Friday 6/14
      • Saturday 6/15

      Volunteering as a workshop moderator is a GREAT way to ensure you get to meet and hear your favorite speakers, and a fun way to serve at the Rocky Mountain Homeschool Conference! Simply choose from the available sessions below that you’re interested in and watch the provided training video. Thank you for giving of your time and serving others!

      Responsibilities of a Workshop Moderator:

      1. Watch the training video (provided by email after volunteer registration is completed)
      2. Check in at the workshop moderator table prior to your shift for any final instructions
      3. Arrive at the workshop room at the start of your shift to greet the speaker
      4. Introduce the speaker at the beginning of the session (how cool is that??)
      5. Keep the time, distribute any handouts and surveys
      6. Maintain order

      Training: Training will be done via a recorded video for you to watch at your convenience. This training video will be available on May 1st. There will also be an optional LIVE Zoom meeting for you to get any questions you have answered on Tuesday, June 4th, and Wednesday, June 5th. After filling out the volunteer form below you will receive an email with this information.

      Benefits: Volunteers who serve as moderators for at least 3 workshops receive their choice of one of the benefits listed below. You may sign up for any number of workshops; but to receive the listed benefits you need to serve for a minimum of 3 workshops. You may sign up for more than 3 workshops, you will receive one benefit for every three workshops you volunteer for.

      • Receive a $20 discount on full conference recordings (limit 1)
      • $9 Food Certificate – good in the Marriot Market/Starbucks or in the Pint Bros Restaurant. Thursday thru Saturday, only
      • $8 Exhibit Hall Certificate — good during Exhibit Hall hours only
      • Plus early access shopping at the Used Curriculum Sale (11am–12pm) Wednesday, June 12th

      Please note: Once you select a workshop and complete your volunteer form, we are counting on you to serve at that workshop. The workshop will no longer be available to anyone else, only 1 moderator needed per workshop. If your plans change, please let us know ASAP so we can open that workshop for another volunteer.

      Volunteer Policies

      • Please be aware that childcare is not provided during the conference or training (if applicable). Please make other arrangements for your children.
      • Volunteer benefits vary by position and time served; see each position page (linked above) for full details.
      • Empty nest homeschool parents can register for free (see specific volunteer forms for information on how to register).
      • In order not to offend the sensibilities of others, and to maintain a professional appearance, we ask that all volunteers please dress according to the following dress code guidelines: Clothing should be “Relaxed Business Casual.” Please be sure that shirts, tops, skirts, and pants are modest and loose fitting. Although they may fit within some definitions of “Relaxed Business Casual” attire, we ask that you avoid the following: Tennis shoes, flip flops, shorts, jeans that have holes, skinny jeans, leggings (unless worn with a skirt or long tunic top), casual t-shirts.
      • It is CHEC’s intent that our volunteers reflect the excellence with which CHEC seeks to serve our constituency. Given that most folks see us only once per year, we want to make a very positive impression on them by conveying professionalism combined with friendliness and approachableness. Our outward appearance is an important way that we can convey these values!
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