Thank you for volunteering at MiCareerQuest Middle Michigan, the largest career exploration event for high school students ever planned in this region. It could not take place without your help.
We are excited you are joining us and want you to know some key information about your role.
Event Date & Location
October 28, 2022
(Volunteer check-in opens at 6 am)
Saginaw Valley State University Ryder Center
7400 Bay Road
University Center, MI 48710
Date and location TBD
Every volunteer job is important to the smooth operation of MiCareerQuest Middle Michigan. You will be assigned a role (or two) in advance of the event:
- Parking Lot Attendant/Entrance
- Parking Lot Attendant/Exit
- Bus Greeter
- Welcome Team Member
- Student Escorts
- Industry Sector Roamer
- Industry Sector Runner
- School Check-In and Information
- Desk Staff
- Volunteer/Exhibitor Check-In and
- Information Desk Staff
- Restroom Monitor
- VIP/Special Guest Check-In and Tour
- Media Desk Staff and Escorts
- Hospitality Area
Information will be updated as soon as it is available.
What to Wear
All volunteers will receive an event t-shirt to wear. These shirts must be worn on the outside of your clothing if layered. Wear comfortable shoes as you are likely to be on your feet all day. Also, wear comfortable pants. Jeans are fine.
Bags and Personal Items
Volunteers will be able to leave coats in the volunteer hospitality area. However, we strongly recommend you do not bring valuables, as we will not be able to lock them up.
Food and Beverages
Bottled water and snacks will be available to volunteers, and lunch will be provided to refuel during the day.
Mother Nature will NOT cancel MiCareerQuest Middle Michigan. Please check Facebook at micareerquest middle michigan for additional information in the event of inclement weather.
Safety and Security
The event will be staffed by a professional security team and law enforcement. We do not expect any situations, but volunteers are asked to keep an eye out for anything suspicious or illegal. We request that you immediately share any concerns with a member of the event’s executive committee, security team or law enforcement officers.