Call for Student Volunteers
Student volunteers play a crucial role in ensuring the success of the 30th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE '22). Being a student volunteer is an excellent opportunity to connect and interact with leading academic and industrial researchers and practitioners in the area of Software Engineering in general and Requirements Engineering in particular. Being a student volunteer is also a great way to meet other students from all over the world that are also interested in Requirements Engineering!
This exclusive experience is available to both undergraduate and graduate students from all over the world who are enthusiastic and willing to contribute to make RE '22 a unique experience for all attendees.
Would you like to be part of the RE '22 organisation? Don’t miss your chance! Sign up and help us!
- Applicants must be full-time Undergraduate, Master's, or Ph.D. students during the academic year 2021-2022
- Great communication skills in English are required
- Enthusiastic students with technical skills, who are ethical, reliable, punctual, organized, and a self-starter
- Complimentary student attendee registration to the main conference, as well as the ability to attend the sessions that you have been assigned to support;
- A great opportunity to connect with leading researchers and discuss about your research, both from academia and industry, and other students;
- An opportunity to understand the conference backstage - you never know when this knowledge comes in handy!
- Possibility to attend pre-conference events on the days when you will be volunteering;
- All student volunteers will be acknowledged and presented with a certificate of appreciation by the conference.
ResponsibilitiesThe skills, talents and dedication of the Student Volunteers contribute to the overall quality of the conference. The student volunteer role involves a range of duties, including, but not limited to:
- Co-ordinating online events through the conference's online platform (e.g. recording, taking questions from chat to summarise for the session chair etc.), helping session chairs, break slides, supporting Questions and Answers etc.
(Note: there will be pre-conference training sessions on how this all works.)
- Availability from Monday, August 15, 2022 to Friday, August 19, 2022 (inclusive). You will be requested to specify in the application form if you are not available on any of the days / times of the pre- and/or post-conference program.
- The conference is run during a 7pm to midnight (Melbourne time; UTC+10) time window, hence availability during this time window is essential.
It is possible that some workshops and/or tutorials run outside this time window, but this is yet to be decided.
- We expect total time commitment to run one session would be around 3 hours including pre-session preparation and post-session Q&A. We anticipate to have about 8 to 12 sessions per day, and student volunteers should be available for one session per day.
How to apply?Information how to apply to become a Student Volunteer at RE '22 is now available from the "How to Apply" tab above.
How to Apply?
- Complete the online application form
- Send your CV via email to the RE2022 Student Volunteers Co-Chairs, with the subject "RE2022 – SV Application for [Student Name]"
- Arrange for a letter of reference from your academic supervisor or another faculty member at your institution, indicated in the application form, to be emailed to the RE2022 Student Volunteers Co-Chairs with the subject "RE2022 – SV Reference Letter for [Student Name]"