Volunteer at C-Tribe 2019

C-Tribe volunteers place themselves at an intersection where creativity, commerce, and culture collide, running the risk of forging meaningful connections with speakers and attendees from around the world.​
As a volunteer at C-Tribe you can gain access to fashion shows, Deep-Dive Tracks; and ultimately, a festival that boasts 60+ international speakers and over 1,500 innovators, small business owners, tech enthusiasts, and creatives.

Choose where to forge meaningful connections

No matter what your interests, skills, and goals are, or what event you decide to take part in assisting, by volunteering at C-Tribe you will have the opportunity to forge meaningful connections and take home a new experience.

Experience
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At C-Tribe you’ll have the opportunity to take a risk on something new or leverage your current skills and talents to achieve success. Whether you have an interest in greeting our guests, collecting quotes as a stage reporter, or ensuring our speakers get to the stage on time, we are confident we can find a spot for you on the C-Tribe 2019 team.

Network & Connect
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C-Tribe brings innovators, enthusiasts, creative minds, and business owners from around the world to discover unconventional and multidimensional solutions. By volunteering you’re joining the conversation and placing yourself in a location where unlikely connections are discovered.

Behind the Scenes
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Learn of the many moving parts it takes to run the C-Tribe Festival, and garner unique insight into the skills, culture, and the mindset of the team that makes it happen.

C-Tribe Vibe
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By volunteering you’ll receive access to the C-Tribe Festival on your time off which will enable you to attend talks from our top speakers, take part in networking opportunities, or kick back at a minibar during the fashion show.

All of this, right here in Edmonton! Sahr and his team are real visionaries and the Edmonton community is lucky to have them! I'm looking forward to the future initiatives from this talented group.
Erum Afsar
Councillor, Kananaskis Improvement District