You make riding bikes fun. Really really fun.
Our team of 100+ students and coaches is amazing because it is entirely volunteer driven. We love seeing athletes outside having fun on bikes. To get the program running in a safe and fun way takes a little bit from everyone. Some end up giving a lot because they.just.can't.stop, others give what they can.
As a member of the team, the team expects everyone to choose 2 areas where they would be happy to help. Please choose from the list below. Any questions or concerns - please put that in the comments field.
Comments, other roles or ideas
Ride with athletes at practices
Become a volunteer coach
GRiT volunteer - ride with athletes at practice (Female)
Become a GRiT volunteer coach (Female)
Create and implement emergency action plans for the team
Website: Working with team webmaster, maintain website with timely additions of info/photos, etc. Head coach will provide race reports and is available to work with webmaster to develop materials.
Graphic Design Help (logos, posters, etc)
Photography: Collect and catalog photographs from parents, staff, riders for posting on website and for use in marketing materials. Responsible for official team photo for use with marketing and sponsor relations.
Point person for parents: Serve as contact for parents with questions during season.
Volunteer Recruitment: Recruit new staff to work with team.
Board Treasurer Position. Accounting / Checking Account Management: Maintain team’s checkbook register and prepare budget summary at end of season.
General Board of Directors Position
I'm a CPA and happy to review non-profit tax return at year-end
Assist with planning GRiT events
Assist with recruitment efforts to reach our 33% goal for female athletes/coaches
Outreach - Community Building
Community Outreach / Trail Advocacy: Determine which local organizations team contributes to and work with team to ensure rider participation in trail repair work.
Assist Teen Trail Coordinator Program. help athletes with advocacy projects
Assist Teen Trail Coordinator Program. help athletes with trail building projects
Sponsorship / Fundraising
Assist raffle coordinator
Assistant to the assistant raffle coordinator
Sponsor Relations / Updates: Working with head coach, prepare periodic team updates and race reports to be posted on website and emailed to interested parties, including sponsors. Create and send out “thank you” notes and team photograph at end of season.
Sponsor Procurement (Bike Industry and Local Business): Solicit potential sponsors throughout the season. Help with preparing team marketing materials.
In-Season Fundraising: Manage fundraising opportunities that arise during season (i.e., managing parking lot use, sales of movie screening tickets, etc.). Think of new ideas for fundraising (e.g., team cookbook, calendar, etc).
Assist with fundraising.
Jersey / T-Shirt / Sock Order: Coordinating clothes order from vendors
Pro-Order Management: Working with head coach, coordinate scheduling and placing of team orders from relevant sponsors. Requires collecting orders/funds from team members and ensuring distribution of items when they arrive.
Bike Repair Clinics: Working with head coach, find volunteers to work with riders on repairing bikes during the season (3 times).
Food: Coordinate snacks for races. Usually this means working with parents to find volunteers to provide snacks at each event.
Tent Management: Working with head coach, find volunteers to wrench at race, ensure proper set-up of team tent and assorted other items to make site parent friendly and supportive of racers. Serve as overall manager of team tent site/materials at race. In charge of team’s materials used at races (tent, tables, water jug, team kit).
Camping manager. We will camp as a team this year. Organize signups and setup at races. Bonus points if you play guitar and sing.
Assist with camping setup
Assist with food for races
Organize team dinners at races
Assist with team dinners at races
Costume coordinator. Find and bring crazy dress up costumes
Chief noise maker : find audacious things to make noise with and bring them to races
Banquet: Coordinate end-of-season banquet for team. Requires reserving adequate site and working with parents to coordinate potluck food and drinks.
Assist with end of season banquet setup or teardown
Senior Dinner: Coordinate end-of-season dinner party for graduating seniors and team staff. Requires finding suitable restaurant or family to host. Team pays for entire event.
Rider Recognition: Working with team staff, develop rider recognition certificates and coordinate small gifts for staff and riders. Team pays for materials.
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