Association of Performing Arts Presenters Conference Volunteers

  • NY

Address

1335 Avenue of the Americas
New York
NY
10019
United States

About Us

Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) Conference 2011 provides unparalleled face-to-face networking opportunities in a business that has at its heart, human interaction and creativity. Over the course of five exciting, networking-filled days, APAP|NYC hosts nearly 400 exhibitors, spread out over three floors; more than 1,300 performance showcases at venues throughout the city of New York; and more than 40 professional and leadership development sessions. It's not only the largest, most inclusive marketplace for the performing arts in the world, but it is the destination for experiencing what's next, and learning who's doing it! Visit: www.apapconference.org/ to learn more about the conference.

Who is eligible? Full time students (graduate or undergraduate) who are available to work a minimum of 20 hours before and/or during the five days of the Conference. 

What are the benefits? In exchange for your volunteer commitment, Arts Presenters will waive the Conference registration fees (a $130 value!) so students may take advantage of many of the Conference events including workshops and meetings. APAP is also offering all 2011 student volunteers a one-year STUDENT MEMBERSHIP to Arts Presenters for FREE. This added bonus gives you access to the many benefits and services we provide including networking access to a Job Bank and Resource Library and Virtual Communities designed to bring together members with similar interests and disciplines.

When and where is it? APAP|NYC 2011 is January 7 – 11, 2011 at the Hilton New York & Towers in New York City in midtown Manhattan. (1335 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10019)

How do I sign up? Visit: www.apapconference.org/volunteers Scroll down to “Student Volunteer Opportunities” for directions on how to sign up.

  • Students are responsible for their own transportation and accommodations.

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