3Generate - Volunteers Wanted

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2017 sees 3Generate move to a new, bigger venue at Pontins camp in Southport. To run the event, a large number of volunteers — both part-time and full-time volunteers — are needed. If you are able, please consider volunteering for 3Generate 2017. Leaders are welcome to apply and this can be part-time or full-time, according to the needs of your group.

We are looking for a variety of support from volunteers.

Stewards and Night Stewards
Session Teams (for 8-11s, 11-18s and 19-23s)
19-23s Support Team
Additional Needs Team
Admin Team
Set Up and Set Down Team
The Well Team

Volunteers will need to attend a briefing day and the dates for your diary are:

28th October, Carrs Lane, Birmingham (near Birmingham New Street station)
1st November, Methodist Church House, London (near Baker Street station)
11th November, Pontins Southport
If there are any queries, please don't hesitate to contact the team at vols3gen@outlook.com

After references and DBS checks have been completed, successful applicants (who are not also leaders) will be sent login information for the event management system to enable them to add details about themselves not already captured on the application form (e.g. dietary requirements) and they will be able to upload a copy of their DBS (scan or photo).

More details can be found at http://www.methodist.org.uk/mission/3generate/volunteering

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