2015 Conference Volunteers

Please consider being one of our very important volunteers!

The NCHE conference needs about 250 volunteers to happen. There are several different volunteer jobs that need to be done for the conference to run smoothly. Be a part of our team to make our conference the best.

Perks for Volunteers
Volunteers receive a lanyard name tag and one free conference recording for every hour worked.

Free Conference Admission (for certain number of hours served)
Volunteers get free individual/couple conference admission for volunteering 10 or more hours and family registration for volunteering 15 or more hours. Teens attending without their family can get free admission for volunteering 5 hours. Alumni get free admission for volunteering 6 hours if they attend all three days or 2 hours per day if they attend one or two days. Teens must be older than 16 to count their volunteer time toward perks. 

To volunteer, you will need to register for the conference first. After you register, you will be given a link to the volunteer form or contact our volunteer coordinator, Heather Hamption, at nchevolunteer@hotmail.com.
Here is the link to volunteer. 

​Heather Hampton is our volunteer coordinator. Once you complete the volunteer form, you'll be contacted by Heather. 

Volunteers Needed in the Following Areas:

  • Registration Table – working on Thursday at 12-2:30 pm to hand out pre-registration envelopes and wristbands.
  • Bus Parking Attendant – working on Friday to monitor the buses
  • Head Workshop Monitor – attending workshops, taking attendance counts, helping with seating, etc.
  • Assistant Workshop Monitor – assisting the head monitor
  • Volunteer Table – helping to check in other volunteers
  • Graduation – handing out programs, helping with seating, door monitor
  • Graduation Junior Marshal – teens to help lead graduates in and out of the ceremony  
    Please fill out the junior marshal application juniormarshalapp.docx
  • Talent Showcase (Friday evening) – handing out programs, helping with seating
  • Door Monitor – making sure people have wristbands
  • Teen and Alumni Dance (Thursday evening) – monitoring doors
  • Teen and Alumni Games Social (Friday evening after talent showcase) – monitoring doors
  • Children's Program--helpers
  • Junior Marshalls – teens assisting with graduation
  • Recording Booth – (This is the primary way alumni can serve. These volunteer spots are reserved for alumni.)


In addition to the above assignments, qualified vetern homeschoolers can share their experiences as a Mentor. 
Learn more about Mentoring and complete the Mentor Application Form.