Become a Volunteer
Volunteers are essential to the success of World Stamp Show – New York 2016. There are hundreds of positions that need to be staffed. The timeframe associated with most volunteer positions is immediately before (May 25 to May 27), during (May 28 to June 4), or immediately after (June 4 to June 6), the show. There are, however, some positions that need to be staffed in the near term.
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Please use the links below to learn more about volunteer positions at NY2016. Review our Directory of Volunteer Opportunities, as well as our Volunteer Handbook. Then go to the Volunteer Application Form to signup (link also below). Once your completed application is reviewed and accepted you will be contacted. You will also gain access to the Volunteer Information Center, our volunteer portal.
Directory of Volunteer Opportunities
Follow this link to learn more about our volunteer opportunities. Positions are sorted alphabetically by location (i.e., Javits Center – site of the show; Collectors Club of NY – where much pre-show work happens; Marriott Marquis – HQ show hotel; and Remote Assignments that can be performed anywhere). Each listed position contains a description, as well as any associated qualifications.
Follow this link to view the PDF file of the NY2016 Volunteer Handbook. All volunteer applicants should review this document before applying (don’t worry – it’s just 5 pages).
Volunteer Application Form
After you have read the Volunteer Handbook, follow this link to apply to become a NY2016 volunteer. Once you have completed and submitted your application, it will be reviewed and you will be contacted within 72 hours. After that, the relevant committee chairman will contact you to match you up to the right position.
Volunteer Information Center
Once your application to be a volunteer is accepted, your access to the NY2016 Volunteer Information Center will be activated. This online feature gives you an easy way to keep-in-touch with the volunteer program. You can check your schedule, post your volunteer service, receive messages, and much more: anytime, and from any device.
Questions and Comments
All questions and comments should be forwarded to the NY2016 Volunteer Committee Chairman – Mark Butterline at firstname.lastname@example.org