Become a Track Head!

Do you enjoy all the incredible programming Penguicon offers each year? Do you ever wish there was more of your favorite track, or just wondered how the programming sausage gets made? Now’s your chance! As a Track Head, you’ll solicit and organize programming, communicate with presenters, and help create the schedule (among other things). Basically you’ll help create an awesome congoing experience for your track! The time commitment is about 10-20 hours per month plus a 2-hour monthly meeting. No experience is required, just a willingness to learn and a drive to bring the track you’ve chosen to life. 

See the list of specific Track Head duties and apply by filling out this form! Have questions? Email our Head of Programming: programming@penguicon.org 

Penguicon is looking for Track Heads for the following tracks for 2022… see below for examples of programming for each.

  • After Dark
  • Anime
  • Cosplay
  • DIY
  • Food
  • Gaming
  • Life
  • Mayhem
  • Media
  • Science
  • Special Events

Cosplay:
Eco Friendly Cosplay, Foamsmithing 101.

DIY:
Crochet a Penguin, Origami, Silicone Casting, Embroidery. 

Food:
Camp Cookery, Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream, Home Brew

Gaming:
Abyss, Dune, 7 Wonders, Igor’s Challenge

Diversity:
Geeks of Color, Neurodiversity, LGBTQIA

Logo for literature trackLiterature:
Fan Fiction, Writing for Anthologies

After dark logoAfter Dark:
Sensation Play, Sexuality, Kink & Poly 101

Penguicon track logo of penguin on spaceshipPenguicon:
Opening Ceremonies, Meet the Board

Media:
Aquaman, Metropolis, Self Publishing Comics

Special Events:
The incomparable Geeky Burlesque

Icon for science trackScience:
This track is brand new for 2021!
icon for tech trackTech:
Web Accessibility, Jitsi, 3D Printing
Logo for mayhem trackMayhem:
Giant Jenga, Morning Rave, Penguin Hunt
Logo for life trackLife:
Networking, Zen and Meditation, Autism Discussion
Anime track logo of an eyeAnime:
Cardcaptor Sakura, Anime Chefs

Penguicon track logo of penguin on spaceshipDiversity:
Diversity and safety in gaming