Be a Part of History – Share Our Stories – Connect.
Be an Indianapolis ASALH Volunteer.
October 3-7, 2018
Indianapolis Marriott Downtown
350 West Maryland St. • Indianapolis, Indiana • (317) 822-3500
Join us as we welcome to Indianapolis The ASALH National Conference and more than 1,000 scholars, educators, community members, students, researchers and active citizens from around the world who will participate in more than 200 fascinating presentations and in-formative dialogues about African and African American life and history. Volunteer Today!
Program participants are welcome to volunteer however, you are required to join and register for the conference.
VOLUNTEER ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITY
General Purpose Volunteer
- Exhibit Area
- Greeters / Floaters
- ASALH Meetings
- Bag Stuffing
- Staff Office
- ASALH Information Desk
- Volunteer Office
- Meal Function Host or Hostess
ASALH Store & Authors Book Signing Volunteers
Academic Session Monitors
Media Support Volunteers
JOIN THE TEAM – VOLUNTEER TODAY!!!
Volunteer Coordinators: Cathi Cornelius and Karyn Williams
For Volunteer Opportunities, contact:
Cathi Cornelius – firstname.lastname@example.org
Karyn Williams – email@example.com
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Established on September 9, 1915 by Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the Founder of Black History Month, ASALH carries forth the work of its founder, the Father of Black History. The year’s theme is “African Americans in Times of War”. This is an opportunity to meet renown scholars and educators from around the world and learn more about African and African American history. We are looking for various individuals and organizations to participate.