August 10 to 24, 2019

Prince Edward Island and Southeast New Brunswick

Volunteer Sectors

During the Congrès mondial acadien 2019, there will be numerous volunteer opportunities available for individuals who want to contribute to the success of this major event. Click on the volunteer sectors listed below to read a detailed description of each sector.
Reporting to the person in charge of the welcome and accreditation team, volunteers will prepare the accreditation cards before the festivities get under way and/or distribute them and make any necessary changes to them during the event. 

Reporting to the person in charge of the programming team, volunteers will respond to the various requests made by the teams and the artists and will provide logistical support backstage during large shows. 

Reporting to the person in charge of the bar, volunteers will participate in the sale of alcoholic beverages, provide customer service, and stock the bar.

Reporting to the person in charge of the programming team, volunteers will supervise the facilities in the family zone, while monitoring children’s safety and well-being.

Reporting to the person in charge of the health and safety team, volunteers will provide appropriate care and offer preventive advice. A first aid kit will be supplied, and an incident report will have to be completed after each intervention.

Reporting to the person in charge of volunteers, floating team volunteers will be available to respond to all requests.

Reporting to the person in charge of the protocol team, volunteers will greet guests and answer their questions according to established protocol.

Reporting to the person in charge of the communications team, volunteers will greet members of the media and answer their questions.

Reporting to the person responsible for the operations team, volunteers will perform various types of work for the organization, administration, and operation of the Congrès mondial acadien 2019.

Reporting to the person in charge of the transportation team, volunteers will direct cars and pedestrians to ensure good flow in accordance with the traffic plan established by the event and local authorities.

Reporting to the person in charge of the operations team, volunteers will serve participants, sell promotional products, and answer questions from the public.

Reporting to the person in charge of the site logistics team, volunteers will help erect, maintain, and dismantle the sites.

Reporting to the person in charge of the operations team, volunteers will monitor tickets and accreditation at the entrance to shows.

Reporting to the person in charge of the transportation team, volunteers will transport people and equipment from one location to another to meet the needs of the CMA 2019 team.

Reporting to the person in charge of the communications team, volunteers will greet participants and answer their questions about CMA 2019 activities and the host region. They will work mainly in the field or in an information booth.