CICF New Volunteer Application
This form is for NEW VOLUNTEERS only! Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Cleveland's Irish Cultural Festival! This event is dependent upon our dedicated volunteers who have been serving our guests for 10, 20, 30 years! We would love to add more friends who love the festival just as much as we do, so we're glad to see your interest. You should know that we expect punctual, reliable, trustworthy and polite volunteers -- if you're going to flake out on us, just don't apply. ) By filling out this form you are indicating interest and we will get back with you soon. Please fill out one form for each person.
Male or Female
Please list the full names of someone you would like to volunteer with (spouse, friend, family). **They must fill out their own form.**
Your Email Address
Your Home Phone Number
Your Cell Phone Number
Your Address (Street, City, State, Zip)
How long have you been coming to the festival and why are you interested in serving as a volunteer?
I understand that I am expected to be punctual, reliable, trustworthy and polite.
I am not sure that I can be those things and so I am not going to volunteer at this time.
When would you be able to volunteer? Check all that apply.
Pick three (3) jobs you would be interested in working:
Parking Lot Duty
Gate Entrance / Exit
Children's Area (must be background checked)
Food / Drink Tents
Bar or Beer Garden
Morning set-up (before festival begins each day)
Set-up or Tear-down (before or after festival weekend)
How many shifts would you like to work? (Ex: "One on Friday and one on Sunday", "Only one but anytime during the weekend", etc)
I understand that children under 15 are not permitted to volunteer outside of the Children's Area and that I cannot bring my child into the booth with me. Select other if you have questions.
If your child would like to volunteer for the Children's Area, you may email Stephanie Toole at
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