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Volunteer Opportunities

We have a number of volunteer opportunities available throughout the year.  Here are just some of the events where we'll need extra hands:


Indicate your interest in any of the below opportunities. 

June - August
Our free summer camp for underprivileged youth in Orange County always needs guest speakers to help enrich the campers' understanding of the world around them. Guest speakers talk about their lives and careers, answer questions and show our MVPs what happens when you apply the four A's (academics, athletics, attitude and achievement) to your life.

October
One of our most popular events, the Feast on the 50 is a massive party on the field of the Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium. We need volunteers throughout the event, helping to register guests, staffing beer stations and kids' areas, etc.

November 7, 5:00 - 10:30 p.m.
The Mini Open serves as the Foundation's primary fundraiser during the fall season. This unique night on the "links" needs volunteers all along the miniature golf course to help the event flow - scorers, sign holders, and more. In addition, we need help back at the clubhouse with our wine tasting and silent auction.

November 22, 3:00 - 10:30 p.m.
Volunteers will assist with escorting the bands from arrival at the Amway Center until departure. They will also be in charge of directing the two collegiate bands to and from the performance area, assisting the high school bands and band safety.

November 23, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Be a part of the pre-game and game festivities of the Florida Classic, including Fanfare. Volunteers will assist with vendor load-in, greeting guests and checking credentials, assist in the coordination of disabled seating. You will serve as a source of information and a guide in order to facilitate the fan experience at all levels.

December
Another awesome group opportunity, citrus float building is our biggest volunteer project of the year. We need your help to decorate the parade's signature floats with thousands of pieces of citrus. We construct these masterpieces at the Orange County Convention Center, then drive them up to Downtown Orlando for the parade, where you can watch your handiwork in person or on nationally-syndicated TV!

December 28, Call Times TBA
Be a part of the pre-game and game festivities of the Russell Athletic Bowl. Volunteers will assist with vendor load-in, greeting guests and checking credentials, assist in the coordination of disabled seating. You will serve as a source of information and a guide in order to facilitate the fan experience at all levels.

January 1, Call Times TBA
Be a part of the pre-game and game festivities of the Capital One Bowl. Volunteers will assist with vendor load-in, greeting guests and checking credentials, assist in the coordination of disabled seating. You will serve as a source of information and a guide in order to facilitate the fan experience at all levels.

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Volunteer Code of Conduct

All volunteers must agree to the below code of conduct. Download a copy to sign and return. 

VOLUNTEER CODE OF CONDUCT

Florida Citrus Sports (FCS) is dedicated to hosting first class events and strives to offer a fun and rewarding experience for all involved – volunteers, sponsors, partners and persons affiliated with the participating schools. FCS is dedicated to conducting its business in accordance with the highest ethical, legal, and moral standards. FCS is proud of its reputation for integrity and fair dealing and is committed to these core values. As such, these are the rules to which volunteers should abide. If any rule on this code of conduct is broken, volunteers may be dismissed, if deemed necessary. This Code of Conduct applies to all persons who are involved, either directly or indirectly, with the FCS as employees (temporary or otherwise) or volunteers and is meant for the protection of everyone involved.

Guidelines:

1. We recognize that our words, actions and deeds reflect directly on FCS and ourselves, and accordingly, we will conduct ourselves with honesty, integrity, fairness, respect, and dignity.

2. We will observe all Federal, state, and local laws and regulations that apply to FCS as well as all NCAA rules and regulations. When we are in doubt about applicability or impact of any law or regulation, we will obtain clarification from a FCS staff member.

3. We will avoid conflicts (or even the appearance or perception of conflicts) between our personal interests and our official responsibilities on behalf of FCS.

4. We will treat all persons and entities with fairness and respect. We will not harass or discriminate against any person or entity for any reason.

5. We will protect the confidentiality and proprietary nature of any and all information belonging to FCS, and we will not disclose any such confidential or proprietary information to any person or entity outside FCS.

6. We will protect the health and safety of all persons involved or affiliated with FCS to the best of our ability.

7. No volunteer will use alcohol, drugs or tobacco before or during their assignment at any activity or event.

8. No volunteer may ask for any items, including autographs, or other personal favors from any team personnel, players, or persons associated with a FCS event. Discretion should be used when requesting any photographs.

9. When on duty as a volunteer, one should not submit resumes or solicit their business as a result of the direct contact with such persons during such volunteer assignment(s).

10. No volunteer may sell their products, services or organization’s to any team personnel, players or persons associated with FCS event during Bowl Week.

11. Each volunteer role is a one year position and is reviewable each year. Positions are not guaranteed.