Amplify@DF19: Call for Volunteers

It’s that time again. Dreamforce registration is live, hotel rooms are already sold out, and Salesforce marketing channels are really starting to buzz. 

The Amplify Board has been working diligently behind the scenes to ensure that our largest annual gathering, the Amplify@DF breakfast, will once again be a huge success. But we can’t do it alone! We need your energy, enthusiasm, and ideas to plan every aspect of the event, from T-shirt design to presentation content. Last year more than 20 volunteers made this event possible. 

We are now looking for Amplify enthusiasts to volunteer for the following roles:

  • Project Manager

  • Logo Designer

  • PR Manager

  • Day-of Volunteers

  • Committee Chairs

  • Committee members for the swag, decorations, program, and anxiety + mental health committees

We’ve included detailed job descriptions below. If you would like to take this opportunity to give back to our vibrant community, please fill out our volunteer application form by August 30th.

If you have any questions, feel free to email me directly at

Thank you!


Volunteer Roles & Descriptions

Job Title: Project Manager

Time Commitment: 2-5 hours per week; entire planning period, mid-September through November 20

Description: Coordinate event planning efforts and be the main point of contact for venue, event planners, Amplify Board, and event committee chairs and members. Manage event budget. Report planning progress to Amplify Board. Ensure event planning activities are on track.

Job Title: Logo designer

Time Commitment: 2-3 hours a week for 2-3 weeks in late September/early October

Description: Design the logo, tagline, and sponsor recognition to be printed on T-shirts and other swag items to hand out at the event.

Job Title: PR Manager

Time Commitment: .5-2 hours per week; busy times will be immediately prior to deadlines

Description: Manage and author (or co-author) public-facing communications related to the event and Amplify’s presence at Dreamforce. This may include blog posts, press releases, session descriptions, social media posts, and special marketing opportunities that arise during the leadup to the event.

Job Title: Day-of Volunteers

Time Commitment: 4 hours on November 20, 2019

Description: Assist with setup, attendee check-in, swag station, tear-down, and other activities as needed during the Amplify@Dreamforce breakfast. Will likely need around 10 volunteers.

Job Title: Committee Chairs

Time Commitment: 1-3 hours per week; busy times will vary from one committee to another

Description: Coordinate meetings, report on spending against budget, report to full committee on sub-committee activities and progress, raise concerns and needs to Project Manager and Amplify Board. There will be 1 or 2 chairs for each sub-committee.

Committees will cover the following event aspects:

  • Swag

  • Decorations

  • Program

  • Anxiety & Mental Health

  • Marketing

Individual committee responsibilities are described below.

Job Title: Committee Members

Time Commitment: .5-3 hours per week; busy times will vary from one committee to another

Description: Meet regularly with committee members to plan and execute on your sub-committee’s area of focus. 

Committees and Responsibilities

Committees can be as large or as small as needed, depending on volunteer response. Typically decorations is the largest while others will require 2-5 members.


Responsibilities: Research, recommend, design, and order swag to give away at the event.

Busiest time: Mid-September through October


Responsibilities: Plan, design, order, assemble, and set up decorations for the event venue. Decorations may be needed for tables, walls, food service areas, etc. Decorations are critical to creating the relaxed, inviting, and collaborative environment of the Amplify breakfast.

Busiest time: Late October through the event day, November 20


Responsibilities: Plan the event flow and program for the day. This may include finding and preparing speakers, obtaining materials for networking activities, and other aspects of a successful program based on the theme of the event.

Busiest time: Mid-October through the event day, November 20

Anxiety & Mental Health

Responsibilities: Creating physical and/or mental space for attendees to attend to their mental health. This may include reminders attendees can carry around, a room for reflection and relaxation, or any other techniques to care for conference-fatigued attendees.

Busiest time: Late October through the event day, November 20


Responsibilities: Publishing marketing material to raise awareness about the event. This may include social media posts, blogs, cross-promotion with sponsors, etc.

Busiest time: Early-Mid September for attendee registration, and late October through the event day, November 20. Some activity after November 20 for post-event messaging.

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