Below you will find a list of year-round volunteer opportunities that are available. If you find one of interest, please complete the volunteer form.
During our 2018 Pride Festival from Friday, June 1, 2018 through Saturday, June 2, 2018, there are several other Volunteer Opportunities available to help us make our Festival Amazing! If you find one of interest, complete the volunteer form. Please include times your available to volunteer in the Additional Details section!
Here are the hours we need volunteers during the Pride Festival:
Friday, June 1st: 4pm till Midnight
Saturday, June 2nd: 2pm till Midnight
Beer Garden Set-up/tear-down: Placing 50 pound bags of sand on posts for the vendor booth tents. Moving tables and chairs into place, setting up flags and/or umbrellas and laying table cloths on tables in the festival area.
Vendor Tent Set-up/tear down: We will be setting up and weighting approximately 50 easy up tents. We will also place tables/ chairs in booths and set up the tables and chairs in the open seating area.
Recycling/Trash Patrol: Volunteers will clean up on trash left on the ground or on tables. You will also be removing full trash bags and replacing them in the containers as needed during the event. Gloves will be provided to all volunteers doing this job.
Star City Pride Booth: Volunteers will be selling any SCP paraphernalia both Friday and Saturday. They also are there to help answer questions and direct people as needed.
Stage Help: We occasionally need help loading equipment on and off the stage. Individuals will be helping carry band equipment down four stairs from the stage to the ground.
Performer Check-In/Runners: Check in performers as they arrive, test their music to ensure it plays and deliver music to sound technicians. Keep performers informed of time (if we are running early or late) and ensure they are at staging ready to go when needed.
Kidz Zone Helpers: Assist with the running of games in the kids zone on Saturday.
Trash Clean Up: On Saturday and Sunday mornings we will go through the parking lots and walk the streets used for the event and near the event to clean up any trash that has been left behind by participants the previous day.
Spot Light Operator: Volunteers will take turns using the spot light during the evening performances. This job requires sober individuals able to stand for an hour at a time and ensure the spot light remains focused on performers.