Thank you for your interest in volunteering for the CCMA Country Music Week 2023 in Hamilton, Ontario!
Country Music Week is comprised of three major components: a dynamic music festival, the prestigious CCMA Awards Show Presented by TD, and an engaging industry conference that recognizes the dedicated individuals working behind the scenes in the Canadian country music industry. We invite you to volunteer and participate in the upcoming 2023 Country Music Week, where your valuable contributions will be an integral part of the success of the event. You will have the opportunity to work alongside fellow passionate music enthusiasts while playing a crucial role in promoting and honoring Canadian country music.
The event will run from Thursday, September 14 until Saturday, September 16. Please note that volunteers may be required for shifts beginning Monday, September 11.
Volunteer Orientation has been scheduled for the evening of Tuesday, September 12, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton, Ontario.
Please note a few guidelines prior to creating an account and completing your application below.
- Volunteers must be 18 years or older to apply
- Volunteers must be available for a minimum of 3 of the 4 days of the event and take a minimum of 2 shifts of approximately 4-6 hours per shift
CCMA EDI STATEMENT
The core values of diversity, equity, and inclusion are fundamental to who we are at the Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA). As we work towards an industry that is representative and supportive of all artists, teams and fans, we are committed to cementing these values as an integral part of our culture, with the goal of creating sustainable change in the country music space and beyond. Maintaining an equitable and inclusive environment is essential to our success, and we honour every member of our community and welcome them with fair opportunities that celebrate and honour differences in race, ethnicity, gender identity, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, religion, ability, language, age, size, and more. We understand that upholding these standards is imperative to achieving our mission, and that in order to evolve the genre and music industry as a whole, it is crucial we listen to feedback from our staff, members, and community, challenge those who reinforce exclusionary practices, educate those who want to be agents of change, and take meaningful action to foster an environment where everyone can see themselves reflected. Canadian country music has rich and complicated history, and cultivating a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive CCMA is critical to its future.
While we appreciate your interest, submitting a Volunteer Application Form, does not guarantee an applicant a spot on our Volunteer Team. All approved volunteers will be notified by email, and sent directions regarding next steps.
We appreciate your time and commitment to making this event a success!