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We need your help... Volunteers are an essential ingredient for running our competitions and supporting our
skaters. Becoming a volunteer is easy—you can complete the volunteer form and return it with your
membership application. The competition chairs also send out volunteer sign-ups a few weeks out from
competitions.  Most opportunities do not require previous experience, so don’t worry if you don’t know how to
ice monitor or run the music. Once we receive your application or sign-up, you will be contacted by our
extraordinary volunteer coordinator to discuss events where you can fulfill your 10-hour volunteer requirement.
Please check the PSC website for volunteer opportunities. You can also contact our PSC Membership Chair for
more information.


We are always looking for parents and interested parties to fill head organizational positions, like test chairs,
membership chairs, competition chairs. These people are in charge of running these club functions and are
integral to our success!



Competitions- Before the Competition:

  • Awards - Purchases awards (medals/ribbons/trophies)

  • Credentials - Prints and makes credentials for skaters, coaches, officials, and volunteers

  • Facilities - Help with the setup, tear down, and storage of the competition equipment.

  • Gifts - Purchases, wraps, and tags gifts for competitors, officials and/or volunteers.Practice Ice Scheduling - Processes practice ice requests, prepares schedule.

  • Program design/Printing - Help with the design, layout, and printing of programs.

  • Registrar - Receives and processes entries

  • Sponsors/Advertising - Source sponsors and advertising for the competitions and programs.

  • Volunteers Coordinator - Work with committee chairs to fill all volunteer positions by emailing and contacting club members and other potential volunteers.


Competitions-During the Competition:

  • Accounting Room- Tabulates results for events

  • Announcing - Work with music people to keep the competition going, announce skaters taking the ice.

  • Hospitality - Help by catering, donating or stocking and serving food for the judges and coaches/volunteer areas.

  • Ice Monitors - Monitor all skaters entering the ice for practice ice, warm up and competition.

  • Medical - Provide medical treatment to skaters during the competition

  • Music Coordinator - Sets up sound system and/or plays music during competition

  • Practice Ice - Similar to registration, check in arriving skaters for practice ice, manage music drop off and pick up, answer general questions.

  • Registration - Check in arriving skaters for competition, manage music drop off and pick up, answer general questions.

  • Runner - Running music to and from registration/practice ice desk to music stations. Also running judge sheets from judges to official accountant’s room and posting final results.

  • Spotlight - Run the spotlight during showcase competitions only.

  • Transportation - Picking up judges from the airport and transporting judges and officials between hotel and competition venue.


Competitions- Requires US Figure Skating certification prior to volunteering

  • Judge - Evaluates quality of performances

  • Technical Panel - Evaluates level of difficulty of skating elements

  • Other club volunteer activities

  • CCIA representative - attend CCIA meetings to represent PSC

  • Event coordinator - coordinate a party, pizza night, parent meeting, educational session, etc

  • Recognition - develop and run recognition program for skaters and volunteers

  • Test Chair - Plan, run, and record tests.

  • Test session hospitality- coordinate food and beverages for a test session

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