The NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament is fast approaching and I couldn’t be more excited. Tip off starts March 17-18, which means the upsets start to begin. I cannot wait to fill out my bracket, with hopes of being the most accurate. While hoping Indiana makes it far in the tournament, I have to face the sad reality that Kentucky might rise to the top, but with Duke, Virginia, and Gonzaga in the running, who will really take the crown for the 2014-15 season? But I’m not here to talk about logistics of the tournament. The 2015 NCAA Final Four is in Indianapolis this year and volunteer opportunities are being offered!
The Final Four is April 4 and 6, and the volunteer opportunities start March 30 -April 7, 2015. The requirements to volunteer for the Final Four are that you have to be 18 for general volunteering; if you want to be a courtesy driver, you have to be 21, and overall, no older than 70 years old. In addition, the volunteers have to work three shifts prior to the Final Four, of which the training sessions are not included. Multiple days and shifts are available for options of setting up the court, Fan Fest, transportation, a “welcome floater’ and more!
Volunteers have to register for a Final Four training session. The training session will be geared toward the Final Four Fan Fest and general volunteering. If you register as a volunteer, you will be given a 2015 NCAA Final Four shirt, jacket and hat. There will also be a post-Final Four party for those if you who volunteer. Though you will be volunteering for the Final Four, it does not mean volunteers will have access to any of the games. If you want to register to volunteer for the Men’s Final Four in Indianapolis, do so here!
Jillian Sixsmith-Cox is a senior majoring in Sport Communication, with a focus in Telecommunications. She was born and raised in New York City and currently loving her time in the best college town ever. She loves to travel, hang out with friends and take photos. Her passion is playing sports and she enjoy to making other people laugh.
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