We are looking for volunteers Inner Peace conference 2019!

We are looking for volunteers

Become a volunteer at the Inner Peace Conference and enjoy parts of the program in between working. We're looking for dedicated people that want to contribute to a very special weekend full of yoga, wisdom, meditation and music. Have a look at the list below to get a feeling for what kind of work that needs to be done before, during and after the weekend. 

We have two shifts of 6-8 hours a day. If you can help us with 1 shift during the weekend, we are very happy! While you have your shift you can enjoy the sessions at the venue you're volunteering and the other hours you're free to move from church to church. So in return for your help, you will get free access to the conference outside your volunteer shift.

If you are interested, please fill out this registration form bit.ly/IPC-volunteerintake.

What you will be doing

It appears that we will be switching around roles during the shifts for a change of scenery, so you will be doing a bit of everything. But below you will find some things that we need to take care of during the Inner Peace Conference together. 

In general
Together with the location manager and the other volunteers you make sure that all visitors can enjoy the Inner Peace and answer all questions that they might have. 

Host / hostess
As a host or hostess you welcome everyone personally at the door, you check tickets and wristbands and show people the way. You count the number of people so you know when a location is at its maximum capacity - ahead of time. 

Stagehands/decoration
Every single stage at every location will have to be assembled and disassembled. Is it a workshop with or without seats, with or without mats? All the decoration needs to be set up, maintained during and removed after the conference.

Bartenders
As a bartender you are responsible for tending to making sure there is hot tea and refreshing water. 

Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world.
Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.

Rumi