Join the #PSEWEB Team

Since its inception, #PSEWEB has been a continually growing conference because of our incredibly strong, talented community. In order to maintain our forward momentum, we need to become even better; to provide more content, unique experiences, and generally keep the conference’s great vibes going year-round.

This means we need some help. Having recently reworked our staff structure to create positions that allow for manageable volunteer contributions, we’re now looking to tap into your enthusiasm and knowledge to help us accomplish our goal: to grow our #PSEWEB community.

Quite frankly – we need you!

We still are seeking a Marketing & Communications Coordinator for the 2019 planning team, as well as opportunities for shorter-term involvement as a blog contributor, copywriter, and more.

Members of the 2019 planning team would complete the work in-kind on institutional time in return for:

  • Conference registration fee waived;
  • Up to 10 “Friends of #PSEWEB” $50 registration discounts (shareable to colleagues at your institution);
  • 3 nights accommodation at the conference hotel (conditional on ticket sales reaching minimum capacity), and
  • Your school recognized as a #PSEWEB in-kind partner.

Apply Now!

  • How can we help you? What gets you excited to fly your #PSEWEB flag with pride?

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