Those who sign up for Bay to Breakers will be eligible for a PAID position at the Escape From Alcatraz Triathlon (EFAT) taking place on June 2nd and 3rd. You will be PAID $14 for every hour you work at Escape From Alcatraz Triathlon! You can basically earn up to $200 for the weekend!
1. Work Permit: You will be provided the work permit that you need to get your school to sign. Email the work permit to email@example.com to secure a spot for EFAT
2. Age: you need to be at LEAST 14 years old by the time you are volunteering (June 2nd or 3rd)
Register for Bay to Breakers at http://bit.ly/b2befat200
On June 3, 2018, triathletes from around the globe will descend on San Francisco for one chance to attempt the impossible – ESCAPE from Alcatraz. The Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon attracts World Champions, Olympic Medalists and the best amateur triathletes from 50 states and over 40 countries.
Arrive 30 minutes before the start of your shift. Check in with HIM Crew. A shift meal will be available in the Volunteer Tent either at the start or end of your shift. Water will be available in the volunteer tent. You may want to bring additional snacks and beverages for personal consumption during your shift.
The day before the race 2000 athletes will be arriving at Marina Green in preparation for the competition. You will be assisting event staff in checking in the 2000 athletes who will be competing tomorrow. You will be among the first people at the event our athletes will be interacting with. They are arriving from all over the country and the world. Be friendly, hospitable, ask them where they are here from and welcome them to San Francisco!!!
Athletes will come to the Bike Valet area and volunteers will 'park' their bike in the area. This secured area keeps their bikes safe. Full instructions on how to operate the bike valet area will be given to you by staff and Volunteer Leader when you arrive.
Each athlete in the competition needs to have their 'bib' numbers marked on their bodies for identification during tomorrow's race! We're looking for volunteers with decent penmanship who aren't too shy to 'tattoo' the arms and legs of our athletes with special markers. It's fun, fast and a chance to get up close and personal with buff, in-shape well-toned bodies! We'll supply the markers – you mark 'em up!
You will be working directly with the athletes, offering to apply their bib number tattoos to their arms, and marking their legs with indelible markers. Most of the athletes will be familiar with the process and not a bit shy about it, but remember to be respectful of their personal space! You will get the necessary supplies for this task and specific details will be explained to you when you meet with your Volunteer Leader and the Event Staff.
Volunteers in the Athlete Food Tent will assist the catering company in providing friendly hospitality and food service to the competitors. Your tasks in this area will include:
Specific details and assignments will be explained to you when you meet with your Volunteer Leader and the Event Staff.
What could be more thrilling than being right at the finish line?!?
The finishing Corral is where the athletes arrive right after they cross the finish line. There is excitement, triumph, and media & TV cameras are here, where the athletes get to stop and collect themselves after completing the race.
You will be working at one of the following tasks that take place immediately after our athletes run past the spectator bleachers and triumphantly and exhaustively cross the Finish Line!
Specific details of these tasks will be explained to you when you meet with your Volunteer Leader and the Event Staff. Depending on the number of volunteers in the area, you may be rotated among any of the above duties to ensure all the finish line assistance takes place in an efficient manner. Don't forget to congratulate the triumphant finishers on their remarkable accomplishment!
The Bag Corral area is where each athlete's two swim bags are picked up after the race. The first swim bag is the 'swim start bag' they drop off as they board the boat for Alcatraz. Those will be brought over on a truck shortly after the boat departs. 2000 bags! After the swimming leg is completed their 'swim exit bags' are placed on a truck and brought back to the bag corral. Another 2000 bags! Athletes who were given Escape From Alcatraz Triathlon T-shirts on Saturday, and who wish to exchange them for a different size will have the opportunity to do this when they pick up their bag on Sunday.
There are four tasks you will be responsible for in the Aid Station:
The Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon will take place at Marina Green in San Francisco. Marina Blvd & Scott St, San Francisco, CA 94123