Event description

Eleven Days, Six Sports, One Incredible Event The Glasgow 2018 European Championships will see over 3,000 athletes from across six sports – Aquatics, Cycling, Golf, Gymnastics, Rowing and Triathlon – compete for career-defining moments of glory. Make sure you're here to feel the excitement and the elation of Glasgow and Scotland creating champions. Sports programme: https://www.glasgow2018.com/media/49019/glasgow-sports-schedule.pdf

Volunteering opportunities

#Volunteer applications are now closed# If you are interested in finding out about volunteering opportunities, please visit: www.volunteerscotland.net Volunteer at the Glasgow 2018 European Championships and play your part in sporting history as Glasgow hosts the first ever European Championships from 2 - 12 August 2018. We'll rely on the commitment, enthusiasm and friendly faces of people just like you to make Glasgow 2018 a success. With a variety of roles available - from welcoming the world to Glasgow to working alongside international media - there are opportunities for everyone. Have your moment and help make it all happen alongside thousands of fellow volunteers. Complete the application form below for your chance to become a Glasgow 2018 European Championships Volunteer and play your part in sporting history as Glasgow hosts the inaugural event from 2 – 12 August 2018. Should you have any problems completing this form, please contact the Volunteer Team at volunteer2018@glasgow.gov.uk or 0141 276 1818. Enquiries will be responded to as quickly as possible and opening hours are Monday – Saturday from 11:00 – 19:00. If you need this form in any other format please contact volunteer2018@glasgow.gov.uk. Programme Roles: https://www.glasgow2018.com/volunteering/roles We aim to be in touch within one week of receiving your application to confirm that we have received it and let you know what happens next. Application forms will not progress to the next stage until the application window has closed on 31 July 2017.

Volunteer package

Volunteering is an excellent opportunity to meet new people, challenge yourself in exciting new environments and give something back to your city or local area. You may want to gain confidence or learn new skills, or maybe you want to make your CV stand out a bit more. Whatever you hope to gain - volunteering is one of the most rewarding things you can do. To find out more about the benefits of volunteering visit the Volunteer Scotland website. Volunteers will be provided with free food and water during their shifts.