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Paid and Volunteer Opportunities at the roadrunners Tournament
Submitted By roadrunners Hockey on Thursday, December 13, 2018
Hockey tournament season has finally arrived! The Cambridge roadrunners are excited. We hope you are too. 

The roadrunners 25th Annual New Years Challenge Cup tournament is January 18-20, 2019 at all Cambridge and area arenas. We have a number of opportunities available this year for both volunteer and paid. 




Paid Timekeeping
Timekeepers run the time clock and complete the scoresheet. We pay $10 per hour each for up to two timekeepers per game. Each game is anywhere from 1 - 1.5 hours long. Training is available. 

General Volunteers
We have a number of easy volunteer opportunities for students looking for hours. For example,  running our sign-in tables, spotlights and fog machines. No experience needed. 

We're also looking for adults who enjoy talking to people and looking after the ebb and flow of a busy event day, especially during the day on Friday Jan 18.
 
Sign up here to let us know how you'd like to help, and when and where you are available: https://app.initlive.com/JE/224z3z6rtr2kj6 
 
For Staff type, Paid Timekeepers should choose "Paid Timekeeper", General Volunteers should choose "General Volunteer". Yes, you can do both. 
 
Please direct questions to [email protected]
 
The application deadline for paid timekeepers is December 17, 2018. 
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