The European Juggling Convention (EJC) is run for jugglers, by jugglers – and depends on people giving their time voluntarily, which helps keep the tickets affordable. There are lots of ways to get involved both big and small, that help make the event what it is. EJC is completely volunteer run, from the organising team to the bar staff: even a few hours here and there are a huge help that we appreciate.
There is plenty to do before and during the event. Your role could be administrative, creating maps or booklets. Merchandise is always in demand, as is managing our social media. Your experience might be better suited to help with some of the shows, youth circus activities or on-site shops. Other jobs include checking bags, decorating, helping at the registration desk, or even helping set up and tear down the site!
You can see the list of roles in the Jobs Booklet. This document includes all the jobs you can do, including work in the planning stage. If you feel your strengths better fit activites during the event, general jobs are at the bottom of the booklet, where you can sign up to do shifts.
After reviewing the jobs and finding something of interest, you can fill the volunteer sign up form at this link.
If you have any questions, contact the @volunteer team or @volunteer coordinator on
Discord, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Running or Attending Workshops
Information about these will be available closer to the event!
The European Juggling Convention has multiple shows, such as the galas, open stages and renegades. All inquiries of this nature should be emailed to email@example.com.
Running a Shop
If you’re interested in trading at EJC, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Share on Social Media
One of the easiest ways you can help is by sharing news about EJC on social media. Tell your family and friends, and encourage them to come with you!
We can be followed on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Twitter & Mastodon for news and other announcements. This information will also be available on this website and on JugglingEdge.