Have you got what it takes to be an Event Volunteer?
Come along to our Information Roadshow and find out! We’re looking for enthusiastic people of all ages and backgrounds to come and join us at some of the most exciting public events event this year and be ambassadors for your local community and these events. What are the benefits of being an Event Volunteer?
The benefits of becoming an Event Volunteer are not just for the event and the general community, but also for the volunteers themselves. Volunteering is a great way to give back to the community and meet a variety of people from all walks of life. Being an Event Volunteer you can see behind the scenes of events, get closer to the action and play a role in making the event possible.
Event Volunteers offers you
• A vibrant volunteering community with ongoing interaction
• Access to a diverse range of events • Access to training and orientation sessions
• A progression route through Volunteer Management Training to become a Team Leader
• Long term recognition
• Skill development
• Volunteer gatherings
• A platform for ideas and input into future events
• Satisfaction and social gratitude of helping others
• Hands on work experience for students
• Lots of fun
If you’d like to find out more why not join us on at our Information Roadshow where we’ll be recruiting for our wide range of events this year, from St. Patrick’s Day in Swords to Flavours of Fingal in Donabate, from Springbreak Concert in Blanchardstown to the Dublin Marathon. To top that off the Giro d’Italia cycle race is coming to Fingal this Spring.
Event Volunteers Information Roadshow 2014
Wednesday 19 February, 19:30 – 21:00
Flemington Community Centre
Hamlet Lane, Balbriggan, County Dublin
Thursday 20 February, 19:30 – 21:00
Holywell Community Centre
Holywell, Swords, County Dublin
Wednesday 5 March, 18:00 – 19:30
Irish Aid Volunteering & Information Centre
27-31 Upper O’Connell Street, Dublin 1
To book your place simply register now at eventvolunteersie.eventbrite.ie