What's the difference between a virtual and in-person opportunity?
Participating in a virtual or in-person opportunity
A virtual opportunity means the work can be done remotely and you don’t need to travel. An in-person opportunity means you must do the work in-person at a specific location—usually the host office location. Some opportunities can be a combination of both.
Creating a virtual or in-person opportunity
If you’re creating a new opportunity, you must select if the opportunity will be virtual, in-person, or both (you can select both options).
If you select virtual, you don’t need to provide additional information. If you select in-person or both options, you will need to include a location.
Creating an in-person detail opportunity
If you’re creating a detail opportunity and you select in-person, you will need to include a location and answer if the host office will pay for travel—either yes, no, or negotiable. If you choose ‘negotiable’, the host office needs to work with the participant’s home office to agree on the travel pay.