AIFF’s new Volunteer Coordinator Molly Kreuzman looks forward to meeting and working with the festival’s amazing volunteers.
This year’s 19th annual film festival will be held April 16 through 20. Though it may seem light years away, it will be here before we know it.
“It’s you, fabulous volunteers,” Kreuzman says, “who make the festival so incredible for filmmakers and festival-goers alike!”
In AIFF’s 2019 survey, 10 percent of our respondents named “Volunteers” as their “Favorite Festival Experience,” and 42 percent cited the festival’s “Sense of Community,” to which our volunteers are vital contributors.
Volunteers interested in helping AIFF will need to fill out and return the 2020 Volunteer Form. Then, get ready to hear from Molly!
For more information about volunteering with AIFF, visit AshlandFilm.org, which provides position descriptions and access to the Volunteer Form.
Some key dates to keep in mind:
Jan. 14 is Volunteer Info Night: Tell your friends who haven’t volunteered with us before but are interested (because all the cool kids are doing it) to come join us and learn what we are all about. This is designed for new folks but everyone is welcome.
April 2 is All Volunteer Training: This is required for everyone volunteering for the festival and possibly the most fun of your adult life. Learn all about this year’s festival and how you can help make it the best yet.
Much gratitude to all you amazing volunteers who make AIFF the gold standard of festivals.