IMMEDIATE CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS
July 4th Chicago Parades 6:00am-5:00pm
June 30-August 1
Food Service/Cook Truck
July 31-Aug 2
July 31-Aug 1
June 23, 29
July 5, 13, 19, 25, 31
August 4, 8
July 31-Aug 7
How can I help The Cavaliers?
The Cavaliers Drum & Bugle Corps has a proud and longstanding tradition of volunteer support from our friends, fans, family, and alumni. Without this generous support, The Cavaliers would not be able to focus on providing the life-changing experiences and quality education that have been the fabric of this corps for more than 60 years.
Volunteering can work with anyone's schedule, whether you're able to donate hours, days, weeks, or a month of your time. You don't have to be an expert, but we ask that our volunteers be physically able with a positive attitude, at least 21 years of age, and able to dedicate a minimum of four (4) hours of your time.
NOTE: If you have a specialized skill set not listed below, please contact us and we'll find a way to utilize your skills as a volunteer. There are many tasks that need to be accomplished each day...we will find the right opportunity for you!
When/where are volunteers needed?
Check out The Cavaliers' 2017 tour schedule to see where the Green Machine will be traveling this upcoming summer. Volunteer support is needed each day in all the areas outlined below (and more).
How do I sign up?
To express your interest in volunteering, please complete our Volunteer Form. If you have any questions, email our Volunteer Coordinator Rebecca Casiple at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll get back to you promptly.
Medical/Health & Wellness Team
LOOKING FOR: Cavaliers Medical Group (CMG) is looking for licensed RNs, LPNs, MDs, Physical & Occupational Therapists, EMTs, Paramedics, Athletic Trainers, and Sports Medicine volunteer personnel to advance the health and wellness of The Cavaliers' membership.
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Assisting CMG team lead with dispensing and charting medications, treating illnesses and injuries, communicating with CMG network, hydrating the membership, etc.
If you fit this description (or you know someone who does), please send a resume along with any questions to email@example.com.
Food Service/Kitchen Team
LOOKING FOR: Physically able volunteers--both with and without kitchen/cooking experience--who can dedicate at least four (4) hours to supporting the service of four (4) meals a day to members, staff, and volunteers.
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Assisting Food Service team lead with prepping and serving a variety of meals, inventory and food deliveries, grocery shopping, cleaning and sanitizing, washing dishes, trash removal, packing up cook truck vehicle, etc.
LOOKING FOR: Drivers with regular licenses (vans, box trucks), CDL Class B with airbrake and passenger endorsements (coach buses), and CDL Class A (full-size semi tractor trailer).
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: See our Professional Driver listing here.
LOOKING FOR: Physically able volunteers--both with and without basic sewing/alteration skills--who are detail oriented and organized to support all Uniform Team projects for the care and maintenance of our uniforms.
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Daily mending and alterations, cleaning and loading uniform and costume parts, show-day support, uniform landry efforts, etc.
Merchandise Sales Team
LOOKING FOR: Cavalier Promotions, Inc. (CPI) is looking for physically able volunteers--both with and without retail sales experience--who have an outgoing personality, a sense of style and presentation, and a basic understanding of sales techniques and simple math.
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Assist Merchandise Sales team lead in managing merchandise inventory, setting up and loading merchandise vehicle before each sales event, engaging with customers, selling The Cavaliers merchandise, and representing the brand.
Prop & Equipment Team
LOOKING FOR: Physically able volunteers--both with and without maintenance experience--who are patient problem solvers, detail oriented, and love working with your hands.
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Assist Operations team with managing all touring equipment, vehicles, and field props for The Cavaliers, including repairs, part replacement, loading, and unloading.
Life on the road can be physically and mentally demanding with the majority of sleep taking place on a bus and a fair amount of physical labor involved for some positions. Please be sure to consider this when deciding to volunteer for tour.
If you have concerns about touring, we would still love to have you volunteer locally when The Cavaliers are in your area.