The last day to register as a sport specific volunteer for Glasgow 2014 is 28 February 2013. Wrestling, specifically, requires approximately 115 volunteers in order to host an athlete centred, sport focused event.
Apply Here: http://volunteer.glasgow2014.com/
The areas of focus for Wrestling volunteers are:
Plus training venue, sport equipment, sport presentation and sport information volunteers.
Glasgow 2014 is ooking forward to working with you!
Further information is available on the volunteering section of the Glasgow 2014 website, including all the information you need about the process (link). A link to the timeline is also available (link).
The Glasgow 2014 Volunteer site is now live! As we get closer to the UK’s next big sporting event, volunteers are vital to making sure everything runs smoothly. And, hopefully, that’s where you come in.
Do you know someone who’d like to be part the 15,000-strong team of volunteers that is being built? If so, why not let them know about this fantastic chance to be part of the best show that Scotland has ever seen!
The role of volunteers at London 2012 was particular successful. The wrestling competition demonstrated the importance of having the right people in place to support the running of the competition.
The British and Scottish Wrestling Associations wish to encourage all members to consider these opportunities by logging-on to the link above (link).
Please register directly and if you need the “Sport Specific Code” to support your registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org You can also apply for a non-specific post as Glasgow 2014 will be responsible for all recruitment of all volunteer posts.
Register (click this link) to receive updates on the Games and a personal notification
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