ACM SIGGRAPH is a volunteer-driven organization, and the SIGGRAPH conference is a volunteer-driven conference. We welcome motivated and enthusiastic people who enjoy helping others, working with exceptional and supportive colleagues, and contributing to the vitality and ongoing development of the field of computer graphics and interactive techniques. Volunteering for SIGGRAPH is also a wonderful opportunity for personal and professional growth.
Putting on a SIGGRAPH conference requires a level of networking beyond the norm for conferences and trade shows, and this infrastructure is created by the GraphicsNet team. GraphicsNet is always open to network engineers who love computer graphics and the energy and experience that is a SIGGRAPH conference.
This unique opportunity is available to high school, college, post-secondary, or post-graduate students who want to volunteer behind the scenes of a world-class conference. Student Volunteers dedicate 18 or 30 hours in exchange for full conference access (when not on duty) and additional exclusive student-volunteer-only mentoring and professional development events.
Future Conference Committees
The conference chair, conference directors, program chairs, project leads, committee members, jurors, and reviewers are all volunteers. They are members and leaders of the computer graphics community who value SIGGRAPH and want to give back to it. Consider offering your talents, creativity, and skills to help push the boundaries of the computer graphics field, showcase new technologies, and awake new opportunities. Be at the center of activity and help lead the way into the next generation of computer graphics by volunteering for a conference committee or subcommittee.