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Steubenville East will take place on the campus of UMASS-Lowell in Lowell, MA on July 12 – 14, 2019. We have a great weekend ahead of us, but in order to make sure the conference runs smoothly, we need your help.
We rely on the dedication and generosity of volunteers to make the Steubenville East Conference successful. Please prayerfully consider joining us to serve the nearly 3,000 participants that will gather for this life-changing weekend.
Our theme this year is Belong. “See what love the Father has bestowed on us, that we may be called children of God.” -1 John 3:1
You can find out more information about the conference HERE.
Volunteers are needed for the following roles:
All volunteers must be at least 18 years old and a minimum of 6 months out of High School, with the exception of Prayer Ministers and Security Team members, who must be at least 21 years old.
– Commit to serving entire weekend, starting at 10am EST on Friday, July 12th, to 2pm on Sunday, July 14th.
– Must be compliant with the safe environment policies for your diocese.
– Understand that volunteers do not participate in the conference.
– Volunteers will be expected to attend the Volunteer Mass on Friday, July 12th. Time is TBA.
– Check-in for all volunteers will take place with the volunteer coordinator on Friday, July 12th.
– All volunteers must wear the designated Steubenville East volunteer t-shirt and wristband the entire weekend.
– Volunteers have the option to commute, be housed in a dorm on campus, or stay at a local hotel. There is no cost to stay on campus. Volunteers are expected to make their own arrangements if they choose to stay at a hotel.
– Meals will be provided for volunteers
Volunteers will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis, after completion of the following instructions:
1. Complete the Online Application.
2. Complete and submit the Safe Environment Compliance Form.
3. Complete the Liability Release Form and Code of Conduct Form through the link provided in the responding email.
All volunteers must be compliant with the safe environment policies for their home diocese.
Typically, a diocesan approved criminal record background check & completion of a one-time safe environment training course, are required.
Your Diocesan Safe Environment Compliance Coordinator must sign Safe Environment Compliance form to verify clearance for volunteer work.
If volunteer has not completed diocesan safe environment requirements for their diocese, must check with their diocese for instructions to complete.
ALL forms are due before June 1st. Scan and email to
Safe Environment Compliance Form