Mon 5 - Sat 10 December 2022 Auckland, New Zealand

The SPLASH Student Volunteers program presents an opportunity for students worldwide to associate with some of the leading personalities in industry and research in the following areas: programming languages, object-oriented technology, and software development. Student volunteers get the opportunity to work with the SPLASH organizing committees and other students around the world and be a part of this premier event.

As a student volunteer, you will aid in the smooth running of the conference events by performing several crucial tasks such as: assisting with registration, providing information about the conference to attendees, assisting session organizers, monitoring sessions, managing videos from participants, maintaining Slack channels for the event, etc.

SV Applications

Register to be a SPLASH 2022 student volunteer. This year, SPLASH will take place both in person in Auckland, New Zealand, and virtually. As such, SPLASH 2022 is pleased to offer opportunities for student volunteers to contribute to, and participate either in person or virtually.

How to apply?

All student volunteers are required to submit the application form. The deadline for early application is September 15, 2022. A second round will close October 15, 2022. All student volunteers are expected to be available from December 5th through December 10th of 2022. Also, volunteers are expected to participate in some of the pre-event discussion and fulfill relevant training. Applications can be made by completing this form. Note, due to a large number of first round applications, new applications will go on a waiting list, and be accepted if spots on the SV team open up.


Applicants can be undergraduate, Master’s, or Ph.D. students in computer science and related fields.


In exchange for performing their volunteer duties (expected ~ 10-15 hours), student volunteers gain:

  • Complimentary student conference registration
  • Participate in all conference events
  • Participate in all social events
  • Closely interact with top researchers, mentors, and other students in programming languages, object-oriented technology and software development fields
  • Subsidized Accommodation close to the conference venue
  • SPLASH SV T-Shirts

If you need additional travel funding, please apply for SIGPLAN PAC Funding: http://www.sigplan.org/PAC/


SPLASH Student Volunteers should:

  • Be reliable, organized, and punctual
  • Be highly motivated with strong interpersonal skills
  • Be proactive and a quick-learner
  • Be fluent in English

More Information:

For additional information, clarifications, and questions please contact the SPLASH’22 Student Volunteer Co-Chairs Julian Mackay at julian.mackay@ecs.vuw.ac.nz, and Yao Li at liyao@pdx.edu.