The Skating Club of Boston is gearing up for an exciting weekend at the annual Boston Open, September 30-October 2, 2022! But we need your help. Support our skating community and volunteer to help make this competition a spectacular experience for Club athletes and visiting athletes alike.
Volunteering is a great way to have fun, meet new friends, make a meaningful difference, and watch some fantastic skating from skaters at all levels competing in a variety of events. You’ll also be helping the Club show off one of the finest new skating facilities in the world.
Please note that tickets or credentials are required to enter the Performance Center from September 30 - October 2, 2022, including for Club members.
Please review the available slots and click on the button to sign up for your first preference. We may also need to move volunteers to ensure coverage for priority areas. We will also train you for any position you sign up for, if needed.
GENERAL VOLUNTEER POLICIES
The following policies are in place and expected to be followed by all volunteers.
Availability – Please do not sign up for a shift if you know you’re going to be more than 30 minutes late or if you have to leave more than 30 minutes before the end of the shift. (i.e. shift is 2:00 – 6:00 pm and you sign up and submit a note that you are only available 3:00 – 5:00 pm). If your availability does not match the shifts as they are scheduled, please email the hours that you are available to [email protected].
Commitment - Please arrive 15 minutes before your shift start time to allow for check-in and credentialing. Notify the Volunteer Coordinator or a member of the Events Team if you are unable to fulfill your commitment or are running late.
Age Requirements - The age requirement to volunteer at the Boston Open is 14 years or older. Parent Volunteers: Please do not sign up to volunteer and bring your child with you if they are not age-eligible to volunteer at the event. Children will need tickets to enter the building and will not be permitted to enter the credential-only areas of the building where you will be working.
Dress Code - All volunteers are expected to dress appropriately and professionally for work in any arena. Please wear Club apparel if possible, closed-toed, comfortable shoes and bring a jacket. Crop tops, flip-flops, shorts and/or tank tops are NOT permitted.
Other - Please eat prior to your shift. Volunteers working consecutive shifts may receive meals depending on the event but there will only light snacks for other volunteers (this may vary by event.
SkateSafe (formerly SafeSport) - Specific roles at a competition or event may require a volunteer to be fully compliant which includes SkateSafe and a background check. The volunteer will be responsible for any fees associated with the background check.
Please review the available slots below and click on the button to sign up. Thank you!
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