2019 Roadworks Steamroller Printing Festival Volunteer Application
The 16th Annual Roadworks Steamroller Printing Festival will be on Sunday, September 22, 2019! Our super awesome amazing crew of volunteers is the secret to the success of our biggest free public event of the year. Please join us, we'll be ever so glad you did and we promise you will be too! Roadworks volunteer benefits include a Roadworks t-shirt, beverages and snacks, and the undying gratitude of SFCB! Sign up to help on the day of the event or to help us prepare for the event (or both)!

HOW TO VOLUNTEER :: Simply complete the questionnaire below and our Volunteer Manager will be in touch to welcome you to the team and to confirm your volunteer shift and job. You will be assigned duties for all shifts you sign up for.

QUESTIONS? Write to us at volunteer@sfcb.org.

We are looking forward to having you be a part of the team for this fun event!

First Name *
Last Name *
How did you find out about this volunteer opportunity? (Check all that apply.) *
Have you volunteered to help at Roadworks Steamroller Printing Festival in the past? *
Age *
Which dates are you available to help us prepare for the festival BEFORE THE DAY OF THE EVENT?
Volunteers help with a mixed-bag of tasks that may include making festive decorations, assembling packets, prepping materials, and more.
Which shift(s) are you available to help with on the DAY OF THE FESTIVAL?
Which types of tasks are you willing to help with on THE DAY OF THE FESTIVAL? (Check all that apply.)
Are there any limitations (e.g. time availability, or of any other kind) that you want make us aware of when assigning you to a volunteer task? (Please specify.)
What size T-shirt do you wear? *
Did your professor tell you about volunteering for Roadworks? If so, please enter your professor's name or school here.
Email Address *
Primary Phone Number *
Snail Mail Address (we like to send our volunteers a token of our appreciation after the event) *
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