Special Olympics volunteers inspire the greatness in each of our athletes by sharing their spirit and skills. In return, our athletes will help you remember why you love the sport and game. Our volunteers are both role models and character-builders for our athletes. They give Special Olympics athletes the most immediate awareness of their own worth, ability, courage and capacity to grow and improve.
On behalf of the Bismarck Area Management Team, thank you for your interest in volunteering with Special Olympics North Dakota in Bismarck. If you would like to know more about Special Olympics, please visit the State webpage at: http://www.specialolympicsnorthdakota.org.
Regardless of your level of sport or coaching experience, you can act as a coach or partner for sports. However, you must be at least 18 years of age to coach and at least 8 years old to partner. Some forms are required to be turned into our State Office for Special Olympics. There are also less time intensive ways to volunteer!
Any forms not completed online should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also print and hand-deliver your forms to the head coach, an AMT member, or volunteer coordinator.
Coaching information can be reviewed at the state webpage at: http://www.specialolympicsnorthdakota.org/content/page/title/Coaches.htm
Volunteer Application – A copy of your driver’s license or other state issued ID must be included to verify your identification. A background check is required for all Class A volunteers 18 years of age or older.
General Orientation – Review the general orientation packet.
General Orientation Quiz – Take the general orientation quiz at this link.
Concussion Training – Complete concussion training at this link.
Protective Behaviors Training – Complete protective behavior training at this link.
Partner Registration Form – Fill out this form.