Volunteer at GHC 17 Share This Facebook Twitter Googleplus LinkedIn Mail Interested in volunteering at GHC 17? Check out all the great opportunities we offer! Please note that you must already be registered for GHC 17 in order to sign up as an onsite volunteer. Those who are blogging or taking notes for sessions that are being streamed online do not need to register. Step 1 of 5 20% Please select one or more volunteer opportunities.*All opportunities, except Scholar Mentors, will require additional questions. Scholar Mentors must be available during the Scholars networking Reception (Wednesday, October 4, 4:30 p.m. — 7 p.m.). ACM Poster Judge Blogger/Note Taker Open Source Day Mentor Scholar Mentor Speed Mentor (General and/or UWIC (Underrepresented Women in Computing) ) Name* First Last Email* Phone*Please indicate the phone number you will use at GHC. We may be contacting you during the conference.Organization*Please write N/A if not applicable.Position with the organizationE.g. Frontend Software Engineer This section is for Poster Judges. Please continue to the next page.Poster JudgeComplete these questions to be a judge for the ACM Student Research Competition. Judges must have a Ph.D or higher. Have you obtained a Ph.D. or higher?*YesNoHave you previously been an ACM Poster Judge for the GHC poster competition?*YesNoPhase 1: Poster Judging, Wednesday, October 4, 1 p.m. - 2 p.m.*Are you willing/able to help out by judging three to four posters at the general poster session?YesNoPhase 2: Undergraduate Finalist Talks, Thursday, October 5, 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.*Are you willing/able to help out by attending the undergraduate finalist talks and evaluating their presentations?YesNoPhase 2: Graduate Finalist Talks, Thursday, October 5, 3 p.m. - 4 p.m.*Are you willing/able to help out by attending the graduate finalist talks and evaluating their presentations?YesNoResearch area*Select all that apply. Algorithms and Data Structures Artificial Intelligence Big Data/ Supercomputing Biotechnology/Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Broadening participation in computer science Cloud Computing Computer Architecture and Hardware Engineering Computer Graphics Computer Science Education Databases/Information Retrieval/Data Mining Ecommerce, Online Advertising, and Web Marketing Environmental Engineering and Environmental Information Technology, including Renewable Energy and Green Technology Gaming Health Sciences High Performance/Parallel Computing Human Computer Interaction Information and Communications Technology Mathematics Machine Learning Mobile Technologies Natural Language Processing Networks Natural Language Processing Open Source Operating Systems Product Test Development Robotics Security Semiconductors Software Engineering Theoretical Computer Science Other Please specify.* This section is for Bloggers and Note Takers. Please continue to the next page.Blogger/Note TakerComplete these questions to be a community blogger or session note taker. Official bloggers will provide us with their GHC 17 RSS feed and sign up to cover at least three sessions at the conference. They agree to post the first draft within two hours of the session. Editing later is okay and encouraged. We will automatically pull your post to the GHC website if it is tagged "GHC 17." The post will link to your blog, increasing your network. Blogs are opinion based. Note taking is fact based.Are you a member of Systers?*YesNoTime zone*This will be used to help plan when to hold our volunteer meetings. (GMT/UTC)Are you interested in blogging three sessions at the conference?*YesNoBlogging information*Please provide us with your current blog URL, or links to blogs you've been a guest blogger on so that we can get an idea of your experience. If you are new to blogging and do not yet have a link, that's okay too. Those without a link can put "http://www.anitaborg.org" in the URL field. Blog RSS*Please include your blog RSS feed. If you do not yet have a blog, please put "http://www.anitaborg.org" in the URL field. Would you be interested in video blogging at the conference?*Yes, I am interested in video blogging from an academic perspectiveYes, I am interested in video blogging from an industry perspectiveNoAre you interested in taking notes on at least three sessions?*YesNoPlease indicate which of the following platforms you'd like to engage on. Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Flickr Google+ Pinterest YouTube Medium Other Which platform do you want to use?Twitter profile URL LinkedIn profile URL Facebook URL Flickr URL Personal website Google+ profile URL Pinterest profile URL YouTube URL Medium URL Other media or profile URL This section is for Open Source Day Mentors. Please continue to the next page.OSD MentorComplete the following questions to volunteer as a mentor at OSD.What is the highest degree you've pursued?*Ph.DMaster'sBachelor'sHigh SchoolInstitution*Where did you last graduate from? Please write N/A if not applicable.Preparation hours*How many hours between now and GHC can you commit to prepare for Open Source Day?Up to 5 hoursUp to 10 hoursUp to 20 hoursMore than 20 hoursWhy would you like to be a mentor for Open Source Day at GHC 17?*Have you been a mentor before?*YesNoPlease briefly describe the context and your experience.*Technical skills*List technical skills that you feel comfortable to use as a OSD mentor. Which project you are interested to be a OSD mentor?Please review the project descriptions and select *ALL* that you are interested. You will only be a mentor for *ONE* project. Click on each project to learn more. NCMEC and Cloudera Cares --- Preventing Child Abductions Jupyter --- Exploring Humanitarian Datasets Using Jupyter Notebooks OpenStack --- Project: OpenStack Systers --- PowerUp! The Center for Open Science --- Open Science Framework Red Hat --- OpenShift Mozilla --- Filter Bubbler Women's P2P Network --- Electing Women Toolkit This section is for Speed Mentors. Please continue to the next page.Speed MentorComplete these questions to participate in either the general or UWIC speed mentoring sessions.Please select which speed mentoring session(s) you wish to volunteer for.* General UWIC (Underrepresented Women in Computing) Please define your experience.* Academia (includes grad school, post doc, faculty) Industry Government Start-ups Other Please define your other experience.*Please select your experience level.*Early (1-5 years)Mid-level (6-11 years)Established (12+ years)General Speed Mentoring Sessions*Please select the session times you are willing to volunteer for the general mentoring sessions. Thursday, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Thursday, 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. UWIC (Underrepresented Women in Computing) Mentoring Sessions*There are two sessions dedicated to mentoring underrepresented women in computing traditionally belonging to the following groups: Black, Hispanic, Native American, and people with disabilities. Note: You do NOT have to be a minority to participate as a mentor. We welcome all mentors who want to support minority women in computing and technology. Thursday, 3 p.m. - 4 p.m. Thursday, 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Please select what type field you would like to cover in your mentoring session.* Industry Academia Please select what area(s) you are interested in.* Artificial Intelligence Data Science GFX HCI Security & Privacy Software Engineering Product Design and Management Industry Career Faculty Career Research Career Entrepreneur/Start Up Computer Systems Engineering Other What other area are you interested in?