UNO student group MavReady, in collaboration with the Douglas County Emergency Management Agency (DCEMA), is inviting other student organizations and any student of UNO to participate in a community service project during this year’s College World Series (CWS).
Volunteers will work a minimum 3 hour shift prior to the opening pitch of a game at one of five pre-selected locations around TD Ameritrade Stadium. They will hand out clear bags that comply with new security measures in place at stadiums and arenas around the country. They will also be available to answer questions that fans may have. All volunteers will need to attend a pre-event meeting, which will include a Q&A session and explanation of volunteer expectations and safety/security measures and protocols. Safety vests and UNO CWS identifications will be provided. A variety of shifts are available.
The deadline to sign up is Sunday, June 10 at midnight.
Participants will receive a free general admission ticket to the game that is played directly after their volunteer shift. They will also be invited to a post-CWS appreciation event that will include a debrief of how the event went, free food and a Certificate of Appreciation from MavReady.
If you have any questions prior to signing up, please email the MavReady Committee that is organizing this project and a committee member will respond as quickly as possible.
Thank you for helping to make this project between UNO MavReady, CWS, and DCEMA a success.
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