Corporate Challenge Volunteer
Thank you to all of our 2018 volunteers! Westlake Corporate Challenge is a volunteer driven event, and your help was so appreciated! The success of the events depended on people like you.
Volunteers must be over the age of 18. However, they do not need to work for the company that has received the volunteer shift. Friends and family can volunteer on behalf of any given company.
We expect to have over 80 event-day volunteer positions available. Watch this page for the 2019 volunteer opportunities. The 2018 opportunities can provide an overview of what may be available in 2019.
Note: As in 2018, we will do everything we can to assign our volunteers to their preferred role but we cannot guarantee that volunteers will get their preferred position on the day of the event.
Points Given for Providing Volunteers
Our volunteers in 2018 helped their teams earn points through their efforts.
Volunteers were able to sign up for as many events as they wanted. Ten (10) points was awarded for each volunteer who assisted with the Games. Each company was allowed a maximum of 100 volunteer points.
IMPORTANT: If volunteers sign up but did not show up, ten (10) points was deducted from the team’s Volunteer Point Total.
On Event Day
Remember, volunteers must sign in with a Corporate Challenge staff member upon arrival. They should arrive 15 minutes prior to their designated shift to receive instruction and take their post.
Opens a New WindoWatch for the 2019 opportunities to be posted soon.
2018 Volunteer Job Descriptions
These positions were available last year and they are subject to change for 2019. Watch this page for the new list coming soon!
5 K Relay: 2 volunteers to stop traffic at the road crossings, 1 volunteer to direct at turn off, 3 volunteers to assist with check in, finish order and record the results
Sand Volleyball: 2 volunteers to inform teams who is playing and record the brackets
Pickleball: 2 volunteers to inform teams who is playing and record the brackets
Golf: 2 volunteers to record who has teed off and record the scores as they finish
Foot Golf: 2 volunteers to explain rules and record scores as they finish
Night Golf: 2 volunteers to record who has teed off and record the scores as they finish, 6 volunteers on the course to assist on each hole
Lawn Bowling: 2 volunteers to inform teams who is playing and record the brackets
Bowling: 2 volunteers to record scores
8 Ball Billiards: 1 volunteer to monitor games and record the brackets
Kid’s games: 8 volunteers to assist with running the games, 5 Westlake Rec staffmembers will also be assisting
Scavenger Hunt: 12 volunteers to assist with various duties
Cupcake Baking Contest: 3 volunteers to help the contestants as necessary
Corn Hole: 2 volunteers to inform teams who is playing and record the brackets
Texas Hold’em: 2 volunteers to assist as needed
Minute 2 Win It: 4 volunteers to assist with this event
3 on 3: 4 volunteers to inform teams who is playing and record the brackets
Whiffleball: 4 volunteers to inform teams who isplaying and record the brackets and officiate
Family Walk: 2 volunteers to stop traffic at the road crossings, 1 volunteer todirect at turn off, 3 to assist with check in
Obstacle Course: 4 volunteers to inform teams who is playing, record the time and updatethe brackets
Cardboard Boat Races: 12 volunteers to assist with getting the boats in and out of the water.