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Roscongress, together with the Association of Volunteer Centers, announced the start of the recruitment of volunteers from other cities for the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum 2023. The selection will be made as part of the Mobility Program. You can apply until the end of February.
60 volunteers selected under the Mobility Program will help organize the forum from June 7 to 18, 2023. They will prepare the site for the event, accompany forum guests, journalists, work on thematic stands and more.
Volunteers must meet the following requirements:
The candidate must be at least 18 years of age (at the time of application);
citizenship of the Russian Federation;
Fluency in English at the upper intermediate level (B2) and above;
registration and application for the event as a volunteer on the site congress.ru;
experience in the field of volunteering, confirmed on the DOBRO.RU platform or identified during the interview;
completing an online course: Events Volunteering. Basic course.
Volunteer applications that do not meet the above requirements will not participate in the following selection stages. Eligible candidates will be assessed online for their personal qualities and knowledge of the English language, a personal interview, which will be conducted partly in English, as well as an interview with the Forum Organizing Committee.
Candidates who successfully pass all selection stages will receive food, lodging and transportation to and from the event venue.
Applications are accepted up to and including February 28. You can complete the form using the link.
The Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) is one of the most important business events in the world. SPIEF has been held for 26 years, and since 2006 it has been held under the patronage and with the participation of the President of the Russian Federation. The forum brings together representatives of the business community to discuss issues of the Russian and world economy. In 2022, SPIEF was attended by more than 14,000 people from 130 countries, including heads of state, heads of major companies and key industry experts.