How to Volunteer
For most volunteer opportunities, you can directly contact the people listed
below via email. It would help if, when you did so, you provided some preliminary
Contact information (email, phone, fax)
Current affiliation or job
Professional societies (especially ACM)
Description (brief) of relevant interests and experiences
You can contact any of the officers mentioned below, or you can
contact the Vice President for Membership & Communication.
Reviewing for the CHI Conference
The CHI Conference invites members of the HCI community to
volunteer as reviewers for several CHI 2014 submission
The CHI Reviewer Volunteer Center is where members of the HCI
community can volunteer to be reviewers for the next CHI
Conference. Various technical program chairs will review the set of
volunteers and contact those who are needed.
Go to the CHI
Reviewer Volunteer Center to volunteer as a reviewer for CHI 2014.
SIGCHI has a growing population of local SIGs world-wide, many of which
seek volunteers to assist with chapter operations, special services, speaking
at technical meetings, etc. Some locations seek volunteers to start a local
SIG. Check out the Local
SIGCHI Chapters Index
for more information.
Have you been a SIGCHI member for a number of years? Can you remember what
it was like when you first joined SIGCHI? Are you interested in helping
new members feel more comfortable during their first year as a member?
Become a mentor by agreeing to 4 emails and a meeting at the CHI Conference
(if you are both attending). Contact: Jean Scholtz email@example.com
Domain Task Force
Join a new SIGCHI task force that will consider what it means to be an
HCI professional in education, healthcare, aerospace, and more. Issues
related to supporting domain-specific concerns will be discussed on-line
and in-person (during CHI Conferences). Contact: Allison Druin (firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership Task Force
Are you interested in seeing new faces in SIGCHI? Ensuring that SIGCHI
serves you well as a member? Membership issues and directions for the future
will be discussed on-line and in-person (during CHI Conferences). Contact:
Chair for Membership