All UtahSBA Event Prices are Subsidized by our Volunteers
What exactly does that mean? It means that because of all the club volunteers, we can offer all of our events, including racing at the lowest possible price because the club does not have to pay wages for a support staff. Good for you as a rider, but in order to keep prices as low as possible, we constantly need more volunteers to help out with duties.
Typical volunteer needs range from needing someone to help set up registration tables for a PC MoM Race weekend, to manning a corner station on a MoM race event or at an ART training event, in addition to pre-grid, track grid, timing & scoring runner, announcement in the paddock and help with registration. There are also dozens of other volunteer opportunities helping the club with day to day business that are available at any time.
Race Event Volunteer Opportunities
All Masters of the Mountain events have many opportunities to volunteer. More information coming soon!!!
Training Event Volunteer Opportunities
All training events have many opportunities to volunteer. More information coming soon!!!
Earning Volunteer Credit
Volunteers will earns $25 credit for every four hours worked, or $6.25 an hour. Volunteers are asked to work 4-hour blocks. For the hours worked volunteers will get club credit which can be used towards any club event, not to exceed $100 per event. Credit hours are transferable, at the volunteer coordinators discretion. Ideally, transfers are designed to allow volunteers donate their credits to significant others or immediate family members. I.E. Wives, boyfriends, or children can donate volunteer credits to
Claiming Volunteer Credit
We must have some a hard copy or e-copy of the volunteer voucher in order to apply credit. Volunteers must contact the volunteer coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org and detail the times, dates and hours they worked, as well as the individual who signed the volunteer voucher. The Volunteer Coordinator will then verify the hours worked and the credit will be validated.
To cash in credit, they are to register for an event, pay, contact the volunteer coordinator to have a credit issued to the volunteer. Volunteers may also register for an event through the volunteer coordinator, the volunteer coordinator will notify the registration for the event, and the balance not covered by the credit will be due at the event.
The Fine Print
The volunteer coordinator manages all aspects of the volunteer program. All credits earned or cashed in and registration to help for an event needs to go thru them. If volunteer efforts are not coordinated through the volunteer coordinator there is no guarantee that volunteer credits will be recorded or applied.