What do IOI 2016 volunteers do?
Volunteers supply willing, unpaid support to the organisers of IOI 2016. They provide a variety of valuable services: meeting delegations and guests at the airport and train station, helping participants with registration and accreditation, accompanying teams and guests, working in the press-centre, preparing and providing food and accompanying those on excursions, working in the organisation committee headquarters, and more.
You do not need any specialist knowledge or qualifications to become a volunteer. What is important is proactivity, a desire to work, and good communication skills. In return the work will provide volunteers with invaluable communications skills and administrative experience.
Volunteering at the IOI 2016 is a unique opportunity to learn new skills and obtain invaluable experience, where you can:
- realise your potential, help people and make the world just that little bit better;
- meet people from different countries and cultures, improve your English and learn a few other languages to conversational level;
- gain additional experience to put on your CV and help you to build a career in the future. Know that potential employers will be impressed by your ability to manage responsibility, as well as your organisational and personal skills;
- improve your chances of getting study grants and placements abroad – experience of volunteer work is seen as proof of your qualities and abilities;
- make new friends from all over the world;
- discover new talents;
- be an integral part of an international intellectual competition for schoolchildren right here in Kazan;
- gain an insight into the world of modern information technology, meet IT geniuses from more than 80 different countries, and see how to a champion is made;
- enjoy an wonderful experience that you will never forget.
- volunteer outfit with the IOI 2016 logo;
- food provided while on shift;
- certificate of participation;
- memorabilia and souvenirs;
- IOI 2016 closing celebration.