Aug. 29 to
Sept. 2, 2002
San José
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HomeAbout ConJose: All of your questions answeredAbout San Jose: Our facilities, where to go, where to eat, how to travelGuests of Honor: Our most honored membersMembership: How to join, check your membership, buy stuffHotels: Where to stay, how to book, PartiesPublications: Progress reports, press releases and lots more information about the conventionProgramming: Our main program, and who will be appearingEvents: The Masquerade, Hugo Ceremony, competitions and other big stuffExhibits: Dealers, Art Show, Exhibitions, Internet LoungeHospitality: Con Suite, Fan Lounge, DancesWSFS: Business Meeting, Hugo Voting, Site SelectionSpecial Requirements: Child care, handicapped, foreign languageStaff list and contact informationWeb Site: What's new, Site map, Technical Info, CreditsLinks: Lots of Bay Area linksPhoto Gallery: Pictures from the convention  

Staff FAQ

I need information about xxxx, who do I contact? - a full list of staff contact email addresses is available here.

I want to work on the convention, who do I contact? - please see our volunteers page.

I'm not sure what working on the convention involves, can you tell me more? - Worldcons rely upon volunteers to do most of this work on the convention. This helps keep the costs down. What you choose to do depends a lot on how much time you have to spare and what experience you have. You could do anything from checking bags at the art show to dispensing tourism advice at the information desk to running the lighting rig for our tech crew. We are grateful for any and every volunteer, and will do our best to find you work that suits you best. What we can say is that working on the convention involves meeting new people from all around the world. Volunteering is an excellent way to make new friends.

Do I still have to buy a membership if I work on the convention? - Yes. Even the con committee are paying for their memberships. If ConJosé covers its costs our first priority will be to try to refund the memberships of people who worked on the convention, but we cannot guarantee that we will do so. This is normal practice for Worldcons.



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