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Volunteer Job Descriptions

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    Come be a part of the 2003 ESPN Great Outdoor Games taking place July 10-13 in Reno-Tahoe. This event is televised worldwide on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC Sports. The best outdoor athletes in the world come together and you can be a part of it! VOLUNTEER TODAY! All volunteers receive an ESPN Guide T-shirt for each day they volunteer as well as additional sponsor gifts.

    Listed below are some of the volunteer job descriptions for this year's Great Outdoors Games. If any of the positions are of interest to you, please fill out the application.

    Excel Volunteers: Excel Volunteers will be on-call all day to assist the Volunteer Coordinator and Great Outdoor Games event staff to ensure that Guides have been checked in and that all positions have been filled. Excel Volunteers will be assigned a specific venue at which they will remain on-call all day and will fill in where needed.

    Guides: Volunteers will be placed on their respective venues as one of the following:

    Hospitality: Hospitality Guides will work with the Hospitality Coordinator, assisting with athlete hospitality areas including stocking beverages, fruit and delivering meals to the competitors at the athlete staging areas and other necessary locations.

    Venue Support: The Venue Support Team will work with the Excel Volunteers and the Venue Coordinator and is responsible for the upkeep of the venue, banners, safety needs, crowd control and other related duties during their shift.

    Information: The Information Guides will be responsible for assisting spectators with information pertaining to the venue, the events taking place, and the schedule of events for the day at their venue and other venues. Guides will need to familiarize themselves with the venue - location of the information areas, exits, toilets, seating, medical aid stations, concessions, ATM's and merchandise areas.

    Access Control: The Access Control Guides will be responsible for keeping spectators and any other unauthorized personnel from entering any areas for which they are not

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