Thank you to all who have offered to help out the day of the event. We just need a few people to help with clean up after the after party. If you are available for just a little while after 9pm, we could really use your help. If you’re interested, email us at email@example.com or just show up and offer at the end of the night. Thanks!
We’ve had some amazing people sign up to speak at WordCamp Connecticut and I can’t wait to release our schedule. The cutoff date for your application to speak is March 8. Our committee will be choosing speakers on March 9 and we will be sending out confirmations soon after. If you haven’t signed up yet, this is your last call to be counted among the best of WordPress. Submit your application here: https://2014.connecticut.wordcamp.org/speaker-submissions/
We look forward to hearing from you.
Our schedule is really shaping up into what will be an amazing opportunity for learning and networking. But in order to make it all happen, we need volunteers. WordCamps are 100% organized by volunteers. Looking for a way to give back to the community? Please fill out our volunteer form today and share the link with all your friends.
How can you help?
Before the WordCamp: You can help with your ideas on how to conduct a WordCamp. You can also help in telling more people about WordCamp Connecticut and getting them involved. If you are a college student, then the best way to get people involved is explain about WordPress to your friends and spread the word in your college about WordCamp.
Share about the event on your social media profile and get the buzz about WordCamp started.
And most importantly help us out by volunteering your skills which can range from blogging, web design, event management and photography.
At the Event: Help us work with sponsors, speakers and participants to help everything go smoothly. We need volunteers to work with speakers and help them out while they are conducting a session, or helping people with directions to the event or offering help with transport options.
Can’t volunteer but still want to help?
We can understand you cannot commit a lot of time to the WordCamp but still want to help. We will really appreciating you taking part in discussions and spreading information on our website and official social profiles on Facebook, Google+ and Twitter.