Volunteer registration is now open! Check out the opportunities below for race weekend.
How are positions assigned?
All positions are assigned in-person at Volunteer Check In when your shift begins. We do this to remain as flexible as possible. This helps ensure that our participants have a great experience. If you do have a position preference, please let us know when you check-in for your shift.
What does it mean to be a race crew volunteer?
Want to be more involved in race weekend? Then this is the opportunity for you! From setting up at expo to handing out medals at the finish line, we need a solid race crew that we can depend on.
What does it mean to be a medical volunteer?
The Rock 'n' Roll Sports Medicine Team is an opportunity for volunteers to gain event medical experience. There is a job for everyone with/without direct patient care experience. Non-medical volunteers will assist with comfort care; while medical volunteers will assist with first aid, evaluation, and treatment. No matter what your level of training is, you are an integral part of the team to keep the runners rockin' as they complete their race!
How can large groups get involved?
We have many positions that require large groups (10+) to volunteer together at the same station. If you are a group leader and want to volunteer your group for this opportunity, please email the volunteer coordinator.
Setup (Wednesday or Thursday only – varies by event)
A behind-the-scenes look at the Expo before it is set up! Race Crew Volunteers are needed to help setup the participant T-shirt area and sometimes the Participant Check In area.
Participant Check In / Registration
Race Crew Volunteers are needed to issue registered participants their race numbers and packets of important information. GREAT FOR GROUPS OF 20-30 (VARIES BY EVENT).
T-shirts & Swag Bags
Race Crew Volunteers are needed to distribute race participant T-shirts and swag bags. GREAT FOR GROUPS OF 10-15.
Race Crew Volunteers are needed to stock souvenirs and clothing, as well as assist participants within the store. Race Crew volunteers will not be asked to work with a register or handle cash.
Race Crew Volunteers are needed to greet excited participants as they enter the Expo and answer FAQs.
Each corral is numbered and corresponds with the participant’s number (based on estimated finishing time). Race Crew Volunteers are needed to direct participants to the correct corral and to see them off! GREAT FOR LARGE GROUPS OF 20-50 (VARIES BY EVENT).
Each participant is issued a gear bag to be used for any personal items. Race Crew Volunteers are needed to assist participants with checking their gear bags and placing them in the correct numerical order. GREAT FOR GROUPS OF 20-50 (VARIES BY EVENT).
Race Crew Volunteers are needed to set up and distribute water, Gatorade, fruit, and other refreshments to participants before the start of the race.
Race Crew Volunteers are needed to point participants in the right direction on race morning. The Start Line venue can be overwhelming, so we need outgoing, vocal volunteers.
Race Crew Volunteers are needed to help participants de-board the shuttles from various drop-off locations and direct them to the Start Line.
Race Crew Volunteers are needed to play air traffic controller for the day! Volunteers with strong voices will direct participants and cars in the Runner Drop-off zone on race morning.
The start line medical tent is located in the Start Village, where runners gather before the race. This tent provides mostly comfort care to runners before they begin. This is a short shift with an exciting vibe as the runners get ready to rock!
Race Crew Volunteers are needed to facilitate the organization of gear check bags, and return gear bags to each participant. GREAT FOR GROUPS OF 20-50 (VARIES BY EVENT).
Secure Zone Refreshments
Race Crew Volunteers are needed to distribute water, Gatorade, fruit, PowerBar, Chocolate Milk, and other food items after participants cross the Finish Line. GREAT FOR GROUPS OF 25-50.
Race Crew Volunteers are needed to facilitate the organization of gear check bags, and return gear bags to each VIP participant.
Shuttle Pick Up
Race Crew Volunteers are needed to assist participants boarding the shuttles pre and post-race.
Race Crew Volunteers are needed to keep time on hand-held stopwatches to ensure the accuracy of the official participant race times.
The Medical Team is responsible for several tents at the finish line: A critical care tent, onsite field hospital, and ancillary first aid tents, as well as triage. These locations are great for volunteers with medical expertise! Volunteers will treat a large variety of ailments including first aid, minor wound care, nausea, dehydration, hyperthermia, and hyponatremia. The finish line offers an opportunity for larger groups to work together. Expanded shift descriptions are available during registration.
Race Crew Volunteers are needed to hand out water, Gatorade and Gu along the course. Groups may also brand/theme their stations (with approval from the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series). Please direct any questions to the Volunteer Coordinator. GREAT FOR GROUPS OF 20-50.
Medical Volunteers along the course will provide runners with comfort care, first aid treatment, minor wound care, and evaluate for anything more serious. Runners who need further medical attention will be transported to the Finish Line Main Medical Tent or the Hospital. These locations are high energy, fun locations to cheer for the runners! Please note, medical volunteer registration is separate from Race Crew volunteer registration.
Relay Transition Zone
Race Crew Volunteers are needed to help setup the on-course relay transition zone, as well as direct participants. GREAT FOR GROUPS OF 10-20.
Race Crew Volunteers are needed to direct participants at any point at which courses diverge. The goal of this group is to ensure that all participants stay on the correct course. GREAT FOR GROUPS OF 5-10.
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