Volunteer at expo
benefits of volunteering
Volunteering is more than just lending a hand. It's an opportunity to give back to the community you feel most passionate about. Volunteering fosters relationships with people from around the world that share similar interests. It's the perfect opportunity to help the coffee industry flourish. And not to mention, you can earn a free 3-day Expo Volunteer badge in exchange.
What does it take to earn a volunteer badge?
Attendees who commit to work the minimum number of hours can earn a complimentary badge. Members of the association who sign-up on or before February 14th must commit to a minimum of 12 hours. Those who sign-up on February 15th or after must commit to a minimum of 16 hours. Volunteers who are not members of the association who sign-up on or before February 14th must commit to a minimum of 16 hours. Those who sign-up on February 15th or after must commit to a minimum of 20 hours.
LEAD VOLUNTEER APPLICATION
The Association is looking for people who would like to volunteer in Lead roles. These positions require a greater time commitment, but are perfect for volunteers that love leadership and would like to be involved with more of the behind the scenes organization and support of the show.
Lead Positions are available at the Volunteer Lounge, the Coffee Skills Program & Workshops, and in Registration. If this sound interesting, click below to find out more and submit an application.
There are opportunities to volunteer instruct at the Specialty Coffee Expo in the following areas:
Coffee Skills Program courses
Coffee Skills Program Courses
All Authorized Specialty Trainers that would like to help deliver a Coffee Skills Program course at the 2019 Specialty Coffee Expo are invited to apply.
Courses offered include: Introduction To Coffee, Barista Skills Foundation, Barista Skills Intermediate, Green Coffee Foundation, Sensory Skills Foundation, Sensory Skills Intermediate, and Roasting Foundation.
New in 2019 Green Coffee Foundation and Sensory Skills Foundation will be offered in Spanish.
Workshops are hands-on, interactive sessions that allow a deep dive into topics that complement the Coffee Skills Program.
Usually 2-3 hours in length, and do not come with any program credit.
Led by subject matter experts with help from other knowledgeable members in the industry.
Station instructors may deliver workshop content in a small group setting, for example to dial in espresso. Or they may provide logistical support, such as facilitating a cupping or preparing sensory references.
Interested in being an Instructor? We invite you to apply!
We will begin accepting Instructor Applications on November 1st
Applications for CSP Lead Instructor positions will close on November 30th