The Canadian Soccer Association announces the opening of Volunteer Registration for the upcoming CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying tournament. This event, to be held in Vancouver, BC at the newly renovated BC Place from January 19 to 29, 2012, will feature the top 8 Women’s teams from the CONCACAF region, as they attempt to secure one of two spots for the 2012 London Olympics Women’s Football tournament.
The Canadian Soccer Association (Canada Soccer) announces the opening of Volunteer Registration for the upcoming CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying tournament. This event, to be held in Vancouver, BC at the newly renovated BC Place from 19-29 January 2012, will feature the top eight women’s teams from the CONCACAF region, as they attempt to secure one of two spots for the 2012 London Olympics Women’s Football tournament.
With the launch of Volunteer Registration, Canada Soccer is looking for experienced and energetic soccer fans, willing to help with the staging and operation of this exciting event. Positions are available in a variety of areas, including Game Day Operations, Transportation, Accreditation, Hospitality, Medical, Media Services, Youth Programme, Marketing/Promotions and Team Services. Shifts will be available from Sunday 15 January until Monday 30 January, with daily shift options of 7:00 to 15:00 or 14:00 to 22:00 (most days – exact times to be decided).
If you are a passionate soccer fan, an experienced volunteer, and would like to come and support the Canadian Women’s National Team as they look to earn a trip to London 2012, then sign up today. An easy, online application process is available here. Upon your Volunteer Registration, your application will be reviewed, and you will be contacted in December with additional information.
For more information about the2012 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying tournament, click here.
If you have any questions about the Volunteer Program, and require additional information, please email email@example.com
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