August 6-8, 2021

Boston Convention & Exhibition Center

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Interested in being a part of the FAN EXPO team? Connect with us and become a part of the experience fans remember. Apply for one of the crew positions and we will be in touch with you… in a Flash.


Thanks for your interest in being part of the FAN EXPO Boston Crew.

Advisor Communications staff will be managing all the nitty gritty of payroll forms and HR documents. 


Show Availability:

Please let Advisor Communications staff know this when you complete your information form. Naturally the more shifts you do, the more on-the-job knowledge you gain, so we love it when you can work for more than one day. People who can work more than one day will be given priority.


Crew Expectations:

As a paid Crew member, you are responsible for your own transportation, accommodation, and food during the show. You’ll receive a FAN EXPO Boston show shirt – please let us know your size when you apply. If your shift ends early the day you are scheduled, then you can attend the con for the remainder of that day.


Can I work in a specific area at the show?

As a paid Crew member, we will try to place you where you’ve got prior experience – be sure to tell Advisor Communications staff if you’ve worked in a certain area before. However, in this paid role we may need to move Crew members around to different areas of the show based on where it’s busy or slower. We require flexibility in this regard. No one on Crew “owns” a certain position or placement at the show. Requesting to be placed with a specific Celebrity Guest tends to make our fanboy/fangirl radar go off and can ultimately influence decisions on where you are scheduled.



If your financial situation doesn’t allow you to participate in paid employment, then please connect with Advisor Communications staff to discuss your specific situation.



Advisor Communications staff will work with you to complete various forms ahead of time to ensure your check-in on show days are quick and easy. If you have not been a Crew member for FAN EXPO Boston in the past, Advisor Communications may request a phone interview with you.


Visit Advisor Communications Staff's Website to fill out their online information form. 

1. If you’ve been a Crew member for FAN EXPO Boston in the past, then be sure to let Advisor Communications know what role you did previously.

2. Advisor Communications staff will be responsible for communicating with all Crew members. They’ll confirm they’ve received your info, and then you can expect to hear from them approximately 3 weeks after you apply to advise if your application has been approved. Finally, you’ll get your specific shift assignments (days, times) no later than 7 days out from the show.

3. We are not having a sit-down general orientation the night before the show. You will be sent written info in advance of the show. When you arrive at the show, you’ll check in with the Advisor Communication’s Supervisors at Crew HQ to receive instructions that are specific to your assignment at the show.


For all inquiries and more information, please contact Advisor Communications staff.


Bill Sell




A commemorative FAN EXPO Boston T-shirt and Crew Lanyard

When off-duty – your badge gives you access to enjoy the event

Meet and connect with people in the industry and make new friends

Bragging Rights


Common questions about Working with FAN EXPO Boston

  1. A FAN EXPO Boston Crew T-shirt will be provided.
  2. Casual dress code includes the following: jeans (without rips or tears), khakis, shorts, knee-length skirts or capri pants.
  3. Footwear – please wear comfortable shoes.
  4. Cosplay is permitted however your Crew T-shirt must be worn. All costumes must be approved in advance to ensure it does not limit your ability to perform your duties.
  5. Practice good personal hygiene. Avoid using excessive amounts of perfumes, colognes, and/or hairsprays that may cause a problem for allergy sufferers.

Crew members are responsible for dressing according to this policy for their shifts and checking with supervisors about dress that is appropriate and safe to wear. In the case of a different dress requirement based on an activity or event, crew members are responsible for ensuring they have the appropriate clothes for the shift.