Volunteer at the 2022 Boulder Jewish Festival

After a two-year hiatus, the Boulder Jewish Festival is back on Sunday, June 12 from 11 am – 5 pm!  Located on the Pearl Street Mall between 13th and 14th street, this event is an annual tradition highlighting Jewish culture, food, music, artists, and organizations. This is an exciting full-day festival with a lot of activities and opportunities to reconnect with the community.  Volunteers are needed to help make this day a success and volunteer registration is open now until June 1.  

Volunteer opportunities include:

Exhibitor Support This team will help welcome and check in exhibitors, provide support moving their gear, and complete the final check out process. 
Musician Hospitality Welcoming musicians, refresh food and drink, offer directions, support musicians, time keeper, and support the AV team with breaks. 
Info Tent Team The team at the Info Tent will know how to get answers, monitor radio communications, and provide a range of support to visitors.
Sustainability Volunteer Our event is a zero waste event and volunteers are needed to help visitors use the correct bins for their waste. 
Ambassador Pairs of Ambassadors will roam through your zone to greet visitors, check on the artists, vendors, and organizations, to provide relief, food, and more. 

To learn more about the opportunities and times please register here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040F48ABA62CA7FE3-2022

  • All Volunteers will receive a 2022 Boulder Jewish Festival t-shirt
  • Parking is free in downtown Boulder on Sundays
  • Water and snacks for volunteers
  • Great opportunities for groups to volunteer together
  • We can provide documentation for community service requirements 
  • Training and orientation will be offered on Zoom a week prior to the event on June 7 & 9

Questions about volunteering please contact nancy.lipsey@boulderjcc.org

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