VOLUNTEER FOR THE FAIR

DAY-OF VOLUNTEERS

Fair day positions include the following (in two hour increments). Use the orange sign up button below and someone will reach out to you. Actual assignments do not get made until a couple of weeks prior to the fair, but you can specify your specific availability and any requests/limitations in the sign up below. We are able to provide documentation of community service hours, and all volunteers receive a $5 voucher to spend at the fair.

  • Traffic Direction 

  • Info Booth Attendant

  • Ticket Sellers

  • Ticket Taker

  • Floaters (fill in where needed)

  • Morning Set-Up

  • Afternoon Clean-Up

  • Sunday Morning Clean-Up

JOIN THE PLANNING COMMITTEE

Anyone interested in serving on the 2020 planning committee is encouraged to reach out to us at info@hopewellharvestfair.org, to find out more about becoming involved. It really does take a full year to plan the event, and many hands make light work! The Fair is ENTIRELY planned and run by VOLUNTEERS, so there are many different ways to be involved. Just a few examples:

Social Media - Press - Web Design - Almanac Layout 

Fundraising - Logistics - and more!

Contact us today!

INTERNSHIPS

It takes a village to organize and run the Hopewell Harvest Fair! We are currently seeking interns for the following positions on the planning committee. These positions can be filled by high school or college students.

 

Interested students should send a letter of interest and/or resume to chair@hopewellharvestfair.org. Applications are considered on a rolling basis. Interested students should apply as soon as possible, but no later than March 22, 2019 to be involved in the 2019 fair.

Design & Marketing Intern(s)

 

This internship position has been filled for the 2019 fair. If you would like to express interest in interning for next year's fair, please email chair@hopewellharvestfair.org.

 

Position can be divided and filled by different individuals if needed. There are specific schedule considerations for some of the work. The Almanac is laid out & edited during the first two weeks of August.

  • Work closely with Design Chair, Abigail Stock, Founder & CEO Studio Neue, on all things branding, design, and marketing for the fair.

  • Real-world, hands-on experience designing print and digital marketing materials, such as the Fair Almanac, flyers and posters, social media posts, emails, and more

  • Learn or advance your skills with Adobe Creative Suite design programs

  • Help manage the Fair website

  • Contribute new ideas to help improve and enhance the Fair marketing strategy

 

Fundraising Intern(s)

  • Work closely with Hannah McCollum, HHF Vice President and Chair of Fundraising Committee on implementation of sponsorship campaign.

  • Excellent hands-on experience in sales and fundraising.

  • Visit local businesses to secure sponsorship (minimum 8-10 businesses; leads and suggestions provided).

  • Follow up via phone and email; some in person follow up may be needed.

  • Work done primarily May-June. There may be some follow up in July/August. Thank you's are sent out post-fair.