Aid Station 11 Volunteers
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at the 2012 Bank of America Chicago Marathon. Aid Station 11 volunteers will distribute water and Gatorade to marathon participants, as well as assist with the set up and clean up of the Aid Station. Please take a few minutes to review our Volunteer Guidelines, then click on the link to register as a volunteer. All volunteers are required to register online to reserve a spot and ensure they receive final details before race day.
The Chicago Marathon will take place on Sunday, October 7, 2012. Volunteers should arrive at Volunteer Check-In promptly at 5:45 a.m. and will finish at approximately 1:45 p.m.
Aid Station 11 is located on Ogden Avenue between Van Buren Street and Jackson Boulevard.
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Would you like to volunteer at Aid Station 11? Click on the your group’s name below to access volunteer registration.
Malcolm X College
4Ever Young Fitness
Roberto Clemente Community Academy
Chicago Bulls College Prep
Aid Station 11 is easily accessible by public transportation and is highly advised. We encourage volunteers and race participants to take public transportation for a greener Chicago. Please visit transitchicago.com for CTA train (“L”) or bus service and metrarail.com for Metra train service and to view re-route notices.
We realize that the opportunity and experience of volunteering for an event can have a positive impact on children and young adults of all ages; however, due to the unpredictable and physical nature of many of the event roles and areas, we require all volunteers to be 16 years of age or older on the day they are volunteering. We also do not permit children and young adults, under the age of 16, to accompany registered volunteers when they are volunteering at the Bank of America Chicago Marathon.
Please click here to review our Volunteer Guidelines.
Each volunteer will receive a Chicago Marathon credential and jacket to be worn during their volunteer shift. Please dress casually and wear comfortable shoes. We recommend that you avoid bringing valuables and larger items (bags, backpacks, etc.).
Name: Roy Walker
Volunteer Group: Malcolm X College
Years on the job: 3rd year
Favorite part about volunteering for the Marathon: Helping all the wonderful participants from around the world of various shapes, sizes, and abilities demonstrating if you give your best you can accomplish anything.
Highlight of your particular Aid Station or your segment of the Marathon course: We are just past the halfway point and we are in the heart of the Medical District right between Rush, County, Stroger and UIC Hospitals.
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