SMACC SYDNEY is an exciting and innovative conference which will enrich your critical care and prehospital knowledge whilst allowing you to meet doctors, nurses, paramedics and students from all around the world! We value the great enthusiasm and interest students add to our conference and there are plenty of ways that you can get involved! We have the student volunteer team (Smaccjunior), competitions for free student tickets, bursaries for travel/tickets sponsored by delegates as well as discounted pricing for students! In 2019 SMACC will be held in Sydney from 25 – 29 March.
To qualify as a student you must be studying in university/tertiary education full time or have graduated less than 6 months prior to June.
Please ensure you join twitter and follow @smaccjunior for the best up to date information! Any questions can be sent to the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to expand your conference experience, why not join our student volunteer team! We will be a committed and enthusiastic group of 25 medical/paramedic/nursing students who volunteer at the conference.
As a student volunteer you also have the benefit of gaining FREE student registration to attend SMACC SYDNEY 2019. Applications for volunteers will open in later in 2018.
As a student volunteer, you will be responsible for:
- Onsite registration of 2000 delegates
- Directing delegates to rooms, setting up & packing
- Helping during pre-conference workshops
- Helping run a few student staffed projects during the conference such as the SMACC “Genius Bar” for getting delegates onto Twitter and connected with the FOAMed world
- You’ll be expected to commit to attending the entire conference + a half day prior to the conference. Usually you will be serving 3-5 hours a day of the conference but the rest of the time is free to attend talks. You also have the privilege of attend the workshop day.
There will also be an expectation of assistance of in the weeks leading up to the conference (approx 1-2 hours a week for the 4 weeks leading up to the conference and 2-4 hours a month for the first few months of the year)