|Age Limit||Teens & Older|
Volunteer/Exhibitor Check-In Responsibilities:
Assist with volunteers/exhibitors check-in. Upon arriving at the convention center, volunteers and exhibitors have been directed to go to the check-in area. Locate name on spreadsheet and place an ‘X’ by their name as arrive. Also, have volunteers complete a waiver and provide them with a t-shirt. Spanish translator volunteers will receive a bright green “Stop Diabetes” t-shirt and lanyard, while the rest will receive a red "Stop Diabetes" t-shirt. Direct volunteers and exhibitors to their assigned area.
ADA Experience Booth Responsibilities:
Direct participants to desired resources. General ADA Resources and Diabetes Forecast Sign-Up are located in the center of the area. Four sections frame the ADA Experience: “Learn” – ADA prevention resources; Diabetes Forecast distribution; ADA Membership sign-up, “Share” – Living with Type 2 and Team Red Programs, “Give” – Advocacy, “Act” – Tour de Cure and Volunteer recruitment.
Set-Up/Tear Down Responsibilities:
Assist with setting up/breaking down areas & ensure that all areas are presentable/cleared of event materials. Set up is Friday 9am-5pm and exhibitor tear down is 1:15pm-6pm on Saturday. Must be able to lift 25lbs.
Family Fun Zone Responsibilities:
Assist with youth activities and games. The purpose of this area is to promote good nutrition and physical activity to kids of all ages. We want to show that living an active healthy lifestyle can be fun. Folks may be reluctant to get involved with these activities but feel free to call them over to join you and show them that it’s easy and fun to get moving.
Greet attendees as they enter convention center and use clicker to track headcount. Greeters will help with crowd control. Greeters will also answer general questions, pass out goody bags.
Screenings/Waiver Completion Responsibilities:
Assist with crowd flow. Waiver tables are located at the front of the screening area. Screening volunteers will provide a waiver (in English or Spanish) for guests to complete before having any test conducted. Make sure the waivers are turned in before attendee moves onto screening area (the waiver is attached for you to review).
Spanish Translators Responsibilities:
Offer translation services to attendees as they walk through the various EXPO areas. Spanish translators will float from area to area as needed. There is a large attendance by the Hispanic/Latino community and most resources will be available in both English and Spanish to help with language barriers.
Our volunteer lounge will be available throughout the EXPO. Feel free to make yourself at home and take a break as needed. All volunteers will be provided lunch, snacks and water in this room.
|Causes||Children & Youth Community Health & Medicine International|
|Skills||Communications Event Planning First Aid/CPR Health Care Help w/People Human Resources Maintenance Medical Moving Nutrition Public Relations|
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