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Sandra Powers

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Volunteers Needed for the 1999 NCTM Meeting in San Francisco
Posted: May 20, 1998 7:41 AM
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Be a Part of the San Francisco Annual Meeting, 22 - 24 April 1999 !

The Local Arrangements Committee is seeking volunteers who want to work in any
of the capacities listed. If you are interested and willing, please fill in
the information blank and mail or fax it as noted. Or alternatively you can
e-mail the same information to Sandy Powers at PowersS@CofC.edu

Committees:
Workshop and Extended Session Support: Ticket collection; help with handouts
for speakers; handling ticket distribution at the conference.

Hospitality: Staffing desk during conference hours and helping attendees with
what is locally available; arrangements for local sites prior to conference.

Meeting Rooms and Equipment: Session checking at every changeover of rooms to
ensure that speakers have what they need; placement of "session full" signs.

Signs and Printing: Up front arrangements for all signs for every session and
special needs of the various committees and locations; on site sign printing as
needed; change of signs as needed.

Student Hosts: Find students to work as helpers at the meeting; help to train
the student workers.

NCTM Educational Materials and NCTM Membership Unpack, sort and display NCTM
materials and run the booth during exhibit hours; staffing for the booth;
boxing and shipping materials which remain after the conference.

Publicity: Prepare and disseminate local and national publicity; organize and
arrange publicity at regional meetings (NCTM and other); organize to get local
school to send teachers; work with media before and during the conference.

Receptions and Special Events: Organize all meal and special functions;
collect tickets as needed.

Special Needs: Arrange with Reston staff for special arrangments as needed for
signing, wheelchairs, etc.

Duplication and Mailing Facilities: Arrange for on site copy and mailing
services on a pay-as-you-go basis; possible staffing needs during the
conference; make connections in advance with speakers and for program booklet.

Technology: Arrange for special technological needs for the conference.

Take It/Make It: Advance preparation of materials; on site staffing of booth
during conference hours.





Response Form. Please print, filling all applicable blanks. You will hear
back from the committee chair who can use your help. Please keep a copy for
your records.

Name:_____________________________________________________
(last) (first)

Address:__________________________________________________
(street or PO Box)

__________________________________________________
(city) (state or province) (country)

_______________________
(postal code)

Phone Numbers (area code first, please):

Work: _____________ Home: ______________ Fax: ____________

E-Mail address: ___________________________________________

Committee Preferences: ____________________________________

___________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________

Time and date preferences: _________________________________

___________________________________________________________

Mail form to: Sandy Powers; Office of Undergraduate Studies; College of
Charleston; Charleston, SC 29424
OR fax form to: Sandy Powers; 843-953-5544
OR e-mail this information to PowersS@CofC.edu

Many thanks for taking the time and for being willing to help out!









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