Working as a volunteer for the Arctic Winter Games 2016
The Arctic Winter Games 2015 will need around 1500 volunteers. As the jobs, assignments and tasks are all different in nature there is a great need for volunteers from all walks of life and with various skill sets. The volunteers are an essential and integral part for the successful completion of the Arctic Winter Games 2016. The volunteers are welcome to work with the preparations for the Arctic Winter Games 2016, during the Games, and when the week of the Games is over.
Volunteering for the Arctic Winter Games 2016 will provide you with an experience for life, and through participation in courses and practical work, you will learn new things and gain new skills.
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Volunteer work during the Arctic Winter Games 2016
• Volunteers, who work during the Arctic Winter Games 2016 will receive:
- a jacket
- a vest
- a special pin
- an invitation to the volunteer’s party when the Games are over.
• All volunteers working during the Arctic Winter Games 2016 will be required to participate in a special event that will fully prepare them to handle tasks and assignments related to the Games.
• All volunteers working during the Arctic Winter Games 2016 will be required to show a Police Clearance Certificate, as well as a Child Protection Certificate. This requirement does not apply to volunteers who are only working before or after the week of the Games.
If you have any questions, you are welcome to write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call ph.: (+299) 382034.
Or come in person to our Volunteer Center at Kuussuaq 17.
The opening hours are:
Monday & Friday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Wednesday between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.