Natl. History Bee & Bowl Nationals Staffing Thread

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Natl. History Bee & Bowl Nationals Staffing Thread

Postby Great Bustard » Thu Dec 08, 2011 6:49 am

The National History Bee and Bowl is interested in looking for staffers for our second National Championships on April 27-29 in Washington, DC and Northern Virginia. As per the original Nationals post, if you are interested in helping to staff the NHBB Nationals, please email director at historybowl dot com. We will try to honor reading requests as much as we can (i.e. whether you would prefer to read at an embassy, museum, mansion, etc.). Staff members are given a complimentary polo shirt and staff gift. They also have the opportunity to play in the Staff Bee late on Friday night. We can reimburse travel expenses on a case by case basis (probably up to about $150 per person, but this depends on our needs), and also help you find people to carpool with if applicable. Accommodations for staff are provided on Friday and Saturday night, along with a $15 food allowance and thousands of homemade chocolate chip cookies (that's for everyone, not per person. sorry.) Note that if you directed an NHBB tournament for us during the year, we will reimburse your travel costs in full no matter where you are traveling from and would be particularly delighted to have you join us.

The point of this thread is to show that we are on top of staffing needs months in advance of Nationals in order to handle a field that will likely come close to or possibly surpass 200 teams. I will update this thread as people get in touch with me. Note that Nationals registration itself will open the first week of January 2012.

Tournament Director: David Madden
Site Outreach: Will Mantell, Joan Mulcahy, Raynell Cooper
Stats Crew: Greg Bossick, Avram Lyon, others
Friday Night Events: Nick Clusserath
Commemorative Program: Brian Smiley
Set Production: HSAPQ with input from NHBB staff
Protest and Troubleshooting Committee: Raynell Cooper, Joe Brosch, David Madden (as tie breaking vote)

Readers
1. Paul Nelson
2. Nick Spike
3. Adam Nebesar
4. Collins Ward
5. John Kabealo
6. Ryan Dillon
7. Connor Teevens
8. Saul Hankin
9. Tanay Kothari (possible)
10. Andrew Ibendahl
11. Jim Coury
12. Jenn Putnam
13. Sarah Marchitelli
14. Marshall Mullins

Scorekeepers - possible readers
1. Tim Madden
2. Susan Madden
3. Joanne Reiser
4. Fritz Reiser
5. Bob Kelly
6. Dee Kelly
7. Dan Mulcahy
8. Joan Mulcahy
9. Cherry Greenhaugh
10. Jim Greenhaugh
11. Debi Carter
12. Michele Spike
13. Sarah Kabealo
14. Joe Chandler
15. Molly Chandler
David Madden
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Founder and Director: International History Bee and Bowl, National History Bee and Bowl, International History Olympiad, United States Geography Olympiad, National Sports and Entertainment History Bee
Associate Quiz Bowl Coach, Ridgewood High School, Ridgewood, NJ; NY State Masterminds Reader; Lecturer in Geography and Ancient and European Military History, ACE Quiz Bowl Camps. Team USA coach & adviser for International Geography Olympiad
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Re: Natl. History Bee & Bowl Nationals Staffing Thread

Postby Great Bustard » Fri Feb 24, 2012 1:33 am

Nick Clusserath is now handling NHBB staffing. He'll post periodic updates here. We've already had quite a bit of staff interest, which should allow us to have a great trained staff to cover 150+ teams this year. That said, keep letting us know if you're interested in coming. Also, coaches can now read and get a discount for doing so. See the Nationals Registration page on historybowl.com for more details.
David Madden
Ridgewood (NJ) '99, Princeton '03
Founder and Director: International History Bee and Bowl, National History Bee and Bowl, International History Olympiad, United States Geography Olympiad, National Sports and Entertainment History Bee
Associate Quiz Bowl Coach, Ridgewood High School, Ridgewood, NJ; NY State Masterminds Reader; Lecturer in Geography and Ancient and European Military History, ACE Quiz Bowl Camps. Team USA coach & adviser for International Geography Olympiad
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