- Membership Department
- Publicity Department
- Relations Department
- Operations Department
- Programming Department
Registration Line Control Staff
Registration Line Control staff are our feet on the ground to help keep our Registration lines running smoothly. From load-balancing lines to answering questions, if you enjoy a quick-paced and adaptive environment, this position is for you. The majority of this position will require you to be on your feet for extended periods of time, however, we can accommodate special needs as necessary, with advance notice. Applicants must be friendly but loud when required. Be ready to adjust to a dynamic environment and be ready to think on your feet. Please contact email@example.com if you are interested in staffing for this position.
Registration is always looking for more general staff. As the first contact with most attendees, customer service is paramount to being a successful Reg staffer. Previous computer skills, cash handling skills, and extensive customer service skills are a must. However, we do have a few positions available for clerical work as well. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in this position. This position requires you to be 18 years old or older.
Info Booth Staff
Charity Auction Staff
Sakura-Con partners with the Seattle/Alaska Make-A-Wish Foundation chapter every year, hosting a charity auction to raise money for their organization. Tasks include being on your feet to walk around and monitor the auction preview room, conducting bag checks at the front door, and assisting with organizing donation inventory. The day of the auction on Sunday, individual tasks may rotate between the following: tracking bids, being on your feet collecting bidder information, walking auction items down the aisle to show to attendees, and manning the donation table. We can accommodate special needs as necessary with advance notice.
Must be 18 years old +. Must provide proof of full vaccination.
Customer service experience is preferred, but not required. First time volunteers are welcome to apply!
If you think you are a good fit for the team, please fill out the following form (with proof of vaccination attached) and email it to email@example.com:
- Legal first name:
- Legal last name:
- Preferred name:
- Primary email address:
- Primary phone number:
- Are you available to assist setting up Thursday and cleaning up after the auction on Sunday? (Some lifting required):
Sakura Attendee Services is currently looking for volunteers age 18 and older in the following roles:
Floor staff are responsible for patrolling the floors of the convention center and will be interacting with our attendees and convention center staff to provide policy monitoring and crowd control.
SAS Office Staff:
Tracks SAS radio sign outs, SAS staff hours, and assists operations dispatch in contacting SAS. Also assists with creation of incident reports when needed.
Peace Bonding Staff:
Responsible for manning the peace bonding booths during the hours that Registration and the Exhibitor‘s Hall are open. Peace bonding staff ensure that all weapon props comply with convention policy and maintain the peace bonding contracts.
Responsible for crowd control and policy monitoring during all main events and dances.
All staff are required to volunteer a minimum of 16 hours during the convention. To apply, please contact SAS@sakuracon.org with the following information filled out:
- Email Address:
- Primary position for consideration:
- Additional positions you’d be interested in:
- Years of experience in SAS:
- Years of experience as convention staff:
- Any additional experience that would be relevant:
- Any additional comments:
- Age at time of convention:
The Programming Department is actively looking for Room Moderators to help the 2023
convention run smoothly!
Some volunteer positions are more ‘behind the scenes’ and take up valuable convention
time, whereas being a Room Moderator puts you right in the action with the ability to
watch panels while you volunteer!
Room Moderators serve as the connection between attendees, room content, and the
Sakura-Con staff. They ensure a seamless experience and the safe operation of room
content in their designated panel room, enforce convention rules, act as a liaison between
room content providers and Sakura-Con staff, and record information about panels. All
together this is what helps ensure the Programming Department can provide the best
content year after year!
Room Moderator Requirements:
Be responsible, helpful, and show up for all required meetings and shifts.
Be able to work a minimum of 16 hours during the convention.
Be comfortable talking with large numbers of people, problem-solving in groups,
and taking charge to resolve problems.
Be familiar (or be dedicated to becoming familiar) with the convention rules.
Must be at least 18 years of age.
Must be physically capable of standing for long periods of time and walking long
For more information or to apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.