The Whitecaps need clerks in our Souvenir Booth. If you can give us 4 hours one day a week for eight weeks, we’ll give you a 10% discount on all the merchandise we sell. People skills and neatness count, as we support the team with
our souvenir profits. The booth is open at 4 p.m., and closes when the crowd leaves, usually around 8. Dress is casual. We play 3-4 home games a week, and could put three or four people to work to cover the season. Interested? Contact Katie Meinelt at firstname.lastname@example.org
WELCOME WAGON and PARKING COORDINATORS
Drive the Whitecaps’ six-seat golf cart from 4:30 to 6 p.m., then catch the rest of the game. You’ll monitor our parking lot at Stony Brook Field, helping fans to park safely and efficiently, and driving families and anyone needing assistance from their car to the gate. You’re our rolling Information Booth (yes, there are bleachers – no, we don’t allow beer and wine, it is school property), and keep our staff informed of potential overcrowding at big games. We’d like adult volunteers to commit to 5-6 games each, and we’d love one to be our Welcome Coordinator, to make sure someone’s behind the wheel for every game. Contact welcome wagon coordinator Chuck Hanson at email@example.com
Sing the National Anthem before a Home Game
Would you like to sing the National Anthem? We are always looking for new singers to sing the National Anthem before our home games. Our games start at 5pm at Stony brook field. If you are interested, please contact Claire Gradone at firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-246-3175.
Adult Volunteers are needed to help staff the Whitecaps 50/50 raffle table during home games this summer. Can you help us for at least 3 and no more than 5 games this summer? The only skill involved is ripping tickets and being an ambassador for the Whitecaps. Arrive 4:30 for set-up. Shift ends when all raffle prizes have been given out – usually by the 8th inning. For more information contact Claire Gradone at email@example.com.
There’s lots to do once the crowd goes home. We feed the team a post-game meal, take down our advertisers’ banners, empty the trash and recyclables, and prep the perimeter of the field for the next game. If you’re an adult who can give us 4-6 evenings from 7 p.m. until we’re cleaned up (usually by 8:30), contact game day coordinator Paige Ferraguto at firstname.lastname@example.org