Registration/Packet Pick Up volunteers assist with distributing race packets to athletes and hand out t-shirts, goody bags, etc. Some posts in this area include keying names into a computer to print out registration receipts. Volunteers may need to be able to do some moderate lifting in this position. Registration/packet pick up typically takes place the day(s) prior to the event as well as on race day.
The best part of this post: you will have the opportunity to see how excited the racers are to participate in the event!
This is a good opportunity for groups, families and individuals. Aid Station volunteers offer refreshment and encouragement to racers at the designated aid station locations. Volunteers are responsible for setting up their aid station (all materials are provided) at a designated spot on the course.
The best part of this post: you get to cheer for the racers and they will be glad to see you and grab a drink!
This position is perfect for energetic volunteers who want to be directly involved with the racers. These posts require standing for long periods of time (1 or more hours). If you have friends or family racing this is a great way to be part of the action and cheer for them during their challenge! Runs Course Monitors are responsible for offering direction on the course (mostly at traffic intersections), cheering for the runners, and protecting them from traffic and spectators.
The best part of this post: you are playing a huge role in the safety and encouragement of the participants.
This position is a great opportunity for individuals, groups and families who want to be directly involved with racers. Finish Line volunteers will prepare the finish area to greet the athletes by setting out any finisher items (if applicable) and helping organize the water station.
The best part of this post: you get to celebrate with the racers as they cross the finish line and be the first to offer congratulations.
This position is best suited for those who donâ€™t want a super early post and want to be directly involved with racers. Post race volunteers are responsible for setting up, preparing, and serving any food and beverages that will be available for the athletes after they’ve completed the race.
The best part of this post: You will get to celebrate the completion of the race with the athletes!