Friday, February 03, 2012

FAO All Years: Siggraph Los Angeles Student Volunteers

SIGGRAPH 2012 Los Angeles looking for student volunteers,

"This could be your ticket into the industry."



SIGGRAPH 2012 Student Volunteers Needed

APPLICATION DEADLINE IS FEBRUARY 13, 2012 – Apply now!

The SIGGRAPH 2012 Student Volunteer Program is a unique opportunity for students to meet people involved in all areas of the computer graphics industry while contributing to the overall success of the SIGGRAPH Conference. The industry's future leaders are encouraged to apply: students who demonstrate leadership, service, and a passion for computer graphics and interactive techniques.

As a Student Volunteer, students will go behind the scenes to help run an international event, which draws thousands of people who share a passion for advanced computer graphics technologies. The benefits of being a Student Volunteer extend beyond the free full admission conference pass to professional development and private Student Volunteer Special Sessions with top professionals who were once Student Volunteers themselves!

All of this is available to high school, undergraduate, and graduate students who are enrolled full time for at least one semester during the 2011-2012 academic year and are at least 18 years of age. Students can apply to volunteer for either 18 or 30 hours (approximately) during the conference. Volunteers who are willing to commit for at least 30 hours are eligible to apply for Travel Assistance Awards, which offer financial help for travel to and from the conference. The conference will run Sunday, 5 August through Thursday, 9 August, 2012 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. For more details on this wonderful opportunity, please check out: sv.siggraph.org

The SIGGRAPH Student Volunteers of today are the industry leaders of tomorrow. Begin your contribution to the world of computer graphics and interactive technologies as a SIGGRAPH 2012 Student Volunteer!

1 comment:

  1. thanks for this post once more Alan, I have applied for it :]. Not, fingers crossed :D

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