Student Volunteers


The Student Volunteer Program for GSA Connects 2023 is closed, and sign-ups for GSA Connects 2024 in Anaheim, California will open in late June 2024.

GSA Student Members: help us out by volunteering to work at least ten hours at the meeting, and we'll help you out by covering the cost of your registration! See how the meeting works from the inside, and fill vital roles that help to make the meeting a success for everyone.

  • By signing up to volunteer, you are making a commitment to attend the meeting in-person and work on-site (with the exception of a few jobs that take place online before the meeting). All available jobs must be covered by a volunteer in order for the meeting to run well. Please do not take your commitment lightly. People are depending on you to be there!
  • To participate in the Student Volunteer Program, you must be a GSA Student Member in good standing. You may Join GSA (if not already a member). If you are not sure if you are a member or not, you may check your status here.

    How to Sign Up:

    1. Make sure you are a GSA Student Member in good standing.
      Join GSA (if not already a member). Not sure? Check your status.
    2. Sign up as a Student Volunteer. Sign in with your GSA account username and password, and after entering some information, you create your own schedule by choosing jobs that work for you, and total at least ten hours. After signing up, you must wait at least 24 hours for the system to recognize you as a Student Volunteer, then you can...
    3. Register for the meeting. Sign in with your GSA account username and password, then register as a Student Volunteer (choose the registration option offered to you at no cost, do not register as a Student Member). Note: if you already registered for the meeting before signing up to volunteer, please contact Heather Clark to have your registration switched to Student Volunteer. You will not be able to do this yourself.
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  • If you have any questions, please read the FAQ, and then if your question is still not answered, contact the student volunteer coordinator.