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General Tet in Boston 2022 Volunteer (set-up, admission/raffles, clean-up)

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Intercollegiate Vietnamese Student Association of New England

DESCRIPTION:Tet in Boston is an annual Vietnamese Lunar New Year Festival organized by the Vietnamese American Community of Massachusetts (VACMA) and the New England Intercollegiate Vietnamese Student Association (NEIVSA) that attracts upwards of 10,000 attendees throughout the day and more than 140 vendors. This year it will be held at Flynn Cruiseport Terminal on February 6th, 2022 (Sunday). This event aims to celebrate the Lunar New Year, preserve and promote Vietnamese and Vietnamese-American culture, raise funds to support educational and cultural programs, and provide an opportunity for youth involvement.

VOLUNTEER RESPONSIBILITIES: Event volunteers assist on the day prior to the event (Sat, Feb 5) and event day (Sun, Feb 6) for set-up, guest assistance and registration or clean up. Volunteers may also choose to be involved in event planning.

SUPPORT PLAN: Event volunteers work under the direction of various members of the event staff or other volunteers, who will provide task-specific training.

TIME COMMITMENT: Volunteers will typically be asked to commit at least 2-3 hours. Participation on an event planning committee typically requires larger time commitments over several months.

QUALIFICATIONS NEEDED: Depends on tasks.

BENEFITS: Volunteers may be able to attend the event free of charge. All Tet in Boston volunteers are invited to Tet in Boston's Annual Appreciation Dinner, and receive community service credit. Event volunteers also have the opportunity to learn new skills from professionals, meet others in the community, while promoting Vietnamese and Vietnamese-American culture.

SIGNUP HERE: https://forms.gle/FbNdrVRiajUfSz9X9

Contact: tetinboston@gmail.com

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About Intercollegiate Vietnamese Student Association of New England

Location:

42 Reed St, Worcester, MA 01602, US

Mission Statement

New England Intercollegiate Vietnamese Student Association (Tổng Hội Sinh Viên Việt Nam Vùng Đông Bắc Hoa Kỳ), strives to unify the Vietnamese American Community of New England by encouraging participation, leadership, and service; and maintaining a network that will serve as a valuable resource for the community and students. Tong Hoi organizes social, cultural, and educational events that seek to: • Foster awareness of Vietnamese/Vietnamese-American culture, language, and history throughout the New England region • Maintain a network that will serve as a valuable resource for and promote the interests of the Vietnamese/Vietnamese-American students and young professionals • Encourage participation, leadership, and service among Vietnamese/Vietnamese-American students and young professionals

Description

NEIVSA/Tong Hoi organizes social, cultural, and educational events that seek to:
* Foster awareness of Vietnamese/Vietnamese-American culture, language, and history throughout the New England region
* Maintain a network that will serve as a valuable resource for and promote the interests of the Vietnamese/Vietnamese-American students and young professionals
* Encourage participation, leadership, and service among Vietnamese/Vietnamese-American students and young professionals

One event that we host annually with the Vietnamese-American Community of Massachusetts (VACMA) is Tet In Boston which is an annual Vietnamese New Year Festival that attracts about 5,000 attendees and over 50 vendors every year spreading awareness of the Vietnamese heritage to the community.

Arts & Culture
Children & Youth
Community

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

1 Black Falcon AvenueBoston, MA 02210

(42.34378,-71.03107)
 

SKILLS

  • Event Design & Planning
  • Strategic Planning
  • Event Planning / Management
  • Community Outreach
  • Vietnamese

GOOD FOR

  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Orientation or Training

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