Volunteers are the backbone of the Angel City Games, presented by The Hartford. They are all ages and their pledge of time and effort is heroic. They are helping the vast number of adaptive athletes in Los Angeles and beyond thrive, and their support changes lives. Our volunteers are creating lifelong relationships and helping to build a wide yet close-knit and accepting community for adaptive athletes of all abilities and their families. They are trainers, mentors, organizers, and fans. They lift the heavy weight of the organization so our competitors can concentrate on their athletic role in the games.
If you’d like to be a part of the Games family and help us run our clinics, activities, events, and competitions then Volunteer is the role for you. There are a range of duties that include but are not limited to: Setup and breakdown and organization of events, activities, competitions, stages, clinics, and tents, registration of volunteers, athletes, and fans, and so much more.
No experience is necessary. We take any volunteers that are willing to serve.
Angel City Sports provides volunteer opportunities for individuals of all ages. Youth under the age of 18 years are welcome to sign up for a shift under the role “Youth Special Task Force.”
Due to the nature of the “Athlete Angels” and some Swimming Clinic & Competition volunteer roles, we require any volunteers that sign up for these shifts to have a current criminal background check on file. All other volunteer roles do not require a volunteer to complete a background check.
An Angel City Games volunteer t-shirt will be provided at check-in before your first volunteer shift. This is an outdoor event that will require plenty of movement in most areas. Please wear athletic and/or comfortable shoes and shorts or pants you feel comfortable maneuvering in.
We suggest that you bring a hat, sunscreen, and a water bottle. A small bag is a great way to carry whatever items you may need during your volunteer shift. Please note that we will not have a secure place to leave your belongings.
Volunteer check-in will be located outside of Pauley Pavilion, just at the top of the stairs from Parking Structure 7.
Please arrive ready to check-in at your designated volunteer shift time. For example, if your volunteer shifts begins at 7am, please be at the Volunteer check-in tent outside of Pauley Pavilion at 7am.
Food will not be provided for volunteers working a single shift for the day. Please arrive having eaten breakfast or lunch depending on shift. For volunteers confirmed working both AM and PM shifts on a given day, lunch will be provided. Please check-in during lunch at the Volunteer tent to get details for that day.
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