From checking badges at event doors, to assisting at the registration desk, and helping with the logistics of our various competitions, PASIC requires a large number of volunteers to keep the show running smoothly. We are seeking numerous hard working and enthusiastic individuals to share their time, talent, and knowledge to this exciting international event. The Percussive Arts Society is working hard to ensure that this convention is a huge success for both the performers and the attendees.
Age Requirement: All volunteers must be at least 18 years of age by the beginning of their first shift.
Membership Requirement: Volunteers are NOT required to be an active member of PAS.
Shift Requirement: All volunteers must sign up for 2 separate shifts, in order to qualify for your free 4-day badge for the event.
All Volunteers will receive a free four-day badge to participate in the convention, as well as a complimentary Volunteer t-shirt.
Volunteer Shift Descriptions
This position handles all registration for the conference, including pick-up of all badges, passes and tickets, and serves as a general information desk representative for PASIC.
This position involves standing at session doors and checking badges to ensure that only registered PASIC attendees and ticket holders are entering the sessions. You may also be asked to assist with tracking attendance figures per session.
This position will assist in the sales of PAS and PASIC merchandise.
This position will assist our staff at the Rhythm! Discovery Center during PASIC. Tasks include checking attendee badges at the entrance, manning the coat check, and monitoring activity in the museum.
As a volunteer during the PASIC Individual & Ensemble Competition, you will work along-side the competition judges and PAS Marching Committee members. Your primary responsibility is to ensure the festival runs smoothly and that the participants have a positive experience. This can include assisting with moving equipment, running sheets for judges, or many other jobs. This event takes place on Thursday evening of PASIC.
This group of individuals will assist the Percussion Ensemble Committee in running the Concert Chamber Percussion Ensemble Competition on Friday of PASIC. Responsibilities include running scoresheets for the judges, assisting ensembles with doors and moving equipment, and keeping ensembles on schedule in the warm-up area.
As a member of The Marching Crew, you will work behind the scenes of the PASIC Marching Festival, along-side the judges and PAS Marching Committee members. Your primary responsibility is to ensure the festival runs smoothly and that the participants have a positive experience. This can include helping groups move their equipment, assisting the judges, or various other odd jobs. Friday consists of the Drumline Battle and Interactive Clinic events.