Interested in getting involved with Startup Boston Week (our virtual edition)?


We are currently looking for individuals who have a great personality, fun, energetic, and love to connect with people. 

SBW2020 will be held September 21st - 25th, and we're currently looking to fill the following roles:

  • Chat Moderator 

  • Help & Support 

  • Note Taker

  • Blogger

  • Social Media Manager 

Help us create a top notch experience for the startup community! Fill out the form below if you're interested in being a part of the team.

Note: all job descriptions are listed below the form. 

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Chat Moderator 
  • Greeting attendees in the chat by screen name 

  • Keeping attendees engaged by interacting with them 

  • Capturing questions and sending it to the moderator or speaker 

  • Posting info / links along the presentation 

  • Checking the post-session Slack thread 

  • Note: you will need high-speed DSL or cable internet connection 

Help & Support 
  • Helping attendees with all inquiries and registration needs

  • Servicing as the point person for technical issues 

  • Answer all incoming inquires and obtain appropriate information 

  • Assisting moderator and speakers with technical support during sessions 

  • Check email messages and Slack thread, and reply promptly

  • Note: you will need high-speed DSL or cable internet connection 

Note Taker 
  • Provide clear and accurate notes during Startup Boston Week sessions 

  • Interview speakers and attendees, and incorporate their views within the blog posts (we will help set up the interviews)

  • Write post-event recap to publish on the Startup Boston blog 

  • This may also occur outside of September 21st - 25th 

Social Media Manager 
  • Oversee social media channels to monitor engagement and respond to community questions and feedback (i.e. "social listening"); respond via DM or retweet/share as appropriate 

  • Live share content across social channels, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn throughout the conference with these goals 

    • Continue to promote events to support registration and attendance goals 

    • Support participant experiences (i.e. respond to confusion or tech questions)

    • Celebrate our community of speakers and participants 

    • Generate and build momentum for buzz around the conference 

  • Coordinate and work with cross-functional teams to ensure message consistency 

  • Represent Startup Boston brand with enthusiasm, professionalism, and accuracy 

  • Note: this can occur in the weeks leading up to Startup Boston Week sessions