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Steubenville Atlanta will take place at the Infinite Energy Center in Duluth, GA on July 7-9, 2017. We have a great lineup of speakers including Paul George, Emily Wilson, Joel Stepanek, Jimmy Mitchell and Fr. Dave Pivonka, with worship being led by Ike Ndolo. You can find out more information about the conference here.
We are planning for close to 3,000 participants this year. As you can imagine, an event of this size is no small undertaking. In fact, we will need about 200 volunteers to help make this year’s conference a success.
Volunteers are needed for the following roles:
Lodging is not provided. Please make arrangements for yourself regarding lodging. We have contracted with a number of nearby hotels to offer a reduced conference rate.
– In order to volunteer for the conference, you must be at least 19 years old and at least 1 semester out of high school by the conference weekend. There are NO EXCEPTIONS to this rule.
– Meals (starting with dinner on Friday) are provided with the exception of breakfast on Saturday and Sunday. (If you choose to stay at one of the contracted hotels, it is likely they offer a complementary continental breakfast.)
– Volunteers need to be able to serve for the ENTIRE conference from Friday through Sunday afternoon. Volunteers are also needed at load-in and setup beginning on Thursday, July 6th in the afternoon, if you are available.
– Check in is Friday, July 7 at 11am and volunteers should be done approximately 2pm on Sunday. We will have a special Mass for volunteers at 10:00am on Friday. Please plan on attending.
– Volunteers will receive a volunteer t-shirt when they check-in for the conference. Please plan to wear this t-shirt for the duration of the conference.
– Volunteers will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis. Volunteer registration is a two part process. You will only be confirmed as a volunteer after you have completed both parts. 1. Completed online registration below and 2. ALL required paperwork you have submitted has been received.
– Young adult volunteers who have a youth group attending need to understand that they are there to serve the conference and unfortunately will not be able to spend time with their youth group during the weekend. They also need to understand that they are not there to participate in the conference in any way and that their volunteer responsibilities always come first.
– All volunteers must be compliant with the safe environment policies for their home diocese. These policies vary from one diocese to the next but typically each diocese requires you to go through a one-time training. In addition, a diocesan approved criminal record background check needs to be completed. What you will need to do to meet this requirement depends on whether you have previously completed the required training.
– If you have previously completed the required training, your compliance coordinator will just need to sign off on that using the Safe Environment Compliance Form mentioned on the Register page. A list of compliance coordinators and their contact information by diocese can be found here. All verification forms must be returned by June 1.
– If you have NOT previously completed the required training, the first thing you will need to do is contact your parish secretary or compliance coordinator to see where and when you can attend a training. This is not always easy to schedule so we suggest looking into that as soon as possible. Once you have completed the training, your compliance coordinator will just need to sign off on that using the Safe Environment Compliance Form mentioned on the Register page. A list of compliance coordinators and their contact information by diocese can be found here. All verification forms must be returned by June 1.