How to Volunteer with the Club
Volunteer Hours Update
The following skating families have met their 2008-2009(Jul-Jun) minimum 10 hours volunteer requirement. Most of these folks have given us way more than ten hours. Thank you so much- we couldn't do it without you! If we missed your contribution, please let us know what we left out by sending us an e-mail. If you have hours yet to contribute, please take a look at the descriptions below. We still have lots of opportunities to help out this year!
Families Volunteering 10+ Hours
PENINSULA SKATING CLUB
DESCRIPTION OF VOLUNTEER ROLES
Competitions- Before the Competition:
Awards - Purchases awards (medals/ribbons/trophies)
Credentials - Prints and makes credentials for skaters, coaches, officials and volunteers
Facilities - Help with the setup, tear down, and storage of the competition equipment.
Gifts - Purchases, wraps, and tags gifts for competitors, officials and/or volunteers.
Practice Ice Scheduling - Processes practice ice requests,prepares schedule.
Program design/Printing - Help with the design, layout and printing of programs.
Registrar - Receives and processes entries
Sponsors/Advertising - Source sponsors and advertising for the competitions and programs.
Volunteers Coordinator - Work with committee chairs to fill all volunteer positions by emailing and contacting club members and other potential volunteers.
Competitions-During the Competition:
Accounting Room- Tabulates results for events
Announcing - Work with music people to keep the competition going, announce skaters taking the ice.
Hospitality - Help by catering, donating or stocking and serving food for the judges and coaches/volunteer areas.
Ice Monitors - Monitor all skaters entering the ice for practice ice, warm up and competition.
Medical - Provide medical treatment to skaters during the competition
Music Coordinator - Sets up sound system and/or plays music during competition
Practice Ice - Similar to registration, check in arriving skaters for practice ice, manage music drop off and pick up, answer general questions.
Registration - Check in arriving skaters for competition, manage music drop off and pick up, answer general questions.
Runner - Running music to and from registration/practice ice desk to music stations. Also running judge sheets from judges to official accountantís room and posting final results.
Spotlight - Run the spotlight during showcase competitions only.
Transportation - Picking up judges from the airport and transporting judges and officials between hotel and competition venue.
Competitions- Requires US Figure Skating certification prior to volunteering
Judge - Evaluates quality of performances
Technical Panel - Evaluates level of difficulty of skating elements
Other club volunteer activities
CCIA representative - attend CCIA meetings to represent PSC
Event coordinator - coordinate a party, pizza night, parent meeting, educational session, etc
Recognition - develop and run recognition program for skaters and volunteers
Test Chair - Plan, run, and record tests.
Test session hospitality- coordinate food and beverages for a test session