TrackTown uSA Volunteering
To those of you that have volunteered with us in the past, thank you so much for your dedication to the athletes that you have helped to succeed and become US Indoor Champions, NCAA Champions, World Champions, and Team USA Olympic Athletes. We value volunteers as the key to our hosting success and this continued progress for athleticism. Your enthusiasm, smiles, and welcoming attitude every day you show up to volunteer will be instrumental in creating an environment that will enable the athletes to perform at their absolute best.
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Event Area Descriptions
Be a part of the team that ensures the competition goes off flawlessly! The crews in this area of the championships provide support to the technical officials, the conduct of the competition and the student-athletes before, during and immediately after the meet. Volunteer roles include setting up the equipment on the field of play, serving on the basket crew, escorting student-athletes and facilitating the technical aspects of the meet. Your volunteer work will be critical to the success of the competition and the student-athlete experience.
Be a part of the team that ensures an exciting presentation of the competition and awards. The crews in this area of the championships provide support to the team that delivers awards and the in-stadium presentation. Volunteer roles include award ceremonies and spotting for the in-stadium production teams. Your volunteer work will be instrumental in creating a great show for the spectators.
Be a part of the team that ensures the spectators are supported throughout the venue and event! The crews in this area of the championships will greet guests and provide information and direction to the spectators. Volunteer roles include providing great customer service as an usher and staffing the Spectator Information Desk where you will share details about the event or what to do in TrackTown USA. Your volunteer work will have you interacting with our incredible spectators and enhancing their championships experience.
Be a part of the team that looks after the needs of the coaches and student-athletes when they are not competing. The crews in this area of the championships provide hospitality and services for our most important guests. Volunteer roles include student-athlete and coaches’ hospitality, the coaches’ welcome event and packet pick-up. Your volunteer work will enhance both the student-athlete and coach experience and make sure the teams are taken care of while they are visiting TrackTown USA.
Be a part of the team that ensures the venue is ready for action and that it looks great in-stadium and on TV. The crews in this area of the championships prepare the venue prior to competition, provide critical support during the event and help with venue tear-down post-event. Volunteer roles include the installation of décor and signage, setting up spaces around the venue, creating the “student-athlete path”, delivering snacks and refreshments around the venue and tearing down after the meet is over. Your volunteer work will make sure Hayward Field is at its best and will create a lasting impression for all that attend the championships.
Be a part of the team that treats our VIPs to a first class experience. The crews in this area of the championships provide hospitality and support to our VIP guests. Volunteer roles include greeting and checking in guests at the VIP hospitality tent, welcoming Oregon Homecoming guests and providing hospitality during VIP events. Your volunteer work will be central to enhancing the VIP experience.
Be a part of the team that makes sure our workforce is prepared and excited to deliver in their areas of the event. The crews in this area of the championships provide hospitality and support to our workforce. Volunteer roles include accreditation and apparel distribution, daily workforce check-in and hospitality. Your volunteer work will be central to an outstanding experience for our volunteer workforce.
Be a part of the team that introduces youth to track and field and the championships. The crews in this area of the championships provide important support to our youth activations (Olympic Day and TrackTown Youth League) that occur during the event. Volunteer roles include greeting and checking in youth participants and their families, managing the flow between venues and delivery of the competition. Your volunteer work will be instrumental in creating a fun environment for youth and inspiring the next generation of track and field participants and fans.