Volunteers are the driving force of the 2019 International Tai Chi Chuan Symposium.  Without volunteers, the symposium cannot happen.

For the Symposium we need both planning and symposium-time volunteers to participate in a wide variety of jobs.  No matter your interests or skill sets, there is a volunteer position for you.


Planning Volunteers

Planning volunteers are the ones that develop and put the events together.

As a planning volunteer your responsibility will be to lead or be a member of a committee tasked with the responsibility of planning and implementing various components of the 2019 International Tai Chi Chuan Symposium.

In the months leading up to the symposium, you will be responsible for creating and delivering the vision of the event and along the way meeting some terrific people and having fun working together!

We need planning volunteers right away, so if you are enthusiastic and passionate about tai chi chuan and the symposium, here is your opportunity to get involved.


Symposium-time Volunteers

From administrative support to providing transportation to and from the airport to assisting the Masters to registration of participants and helping them finding their way around, to setting up sound systems –  the 2019 International Tai Chi Chuan Symposium has a wide variety of volunteer positions that are sure to suit your interests.  We need volunteers with all types of skills.  There is a position to suit any potential volunteer.

We are striving to ensure symposium-time volunteers are able to participate in symposium activities.  The larger our volunteer corps, the better we will be able to make that happen.

To apply to volunteer for the 2019 International Tai Chi Chuan Symposium, please click on this link to the Symposium Volunteer Application Form. First download the form to your hard drive, then fill it out, save it, and then email it to

If you have any questions or comments about volunteering, the volunteer positions, or anything to do about volunteering contact Claudio Mingarini, Director of Logistics and Management at