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Volunteer for the PMC

The Pan-Mass Challenge needs volunteers on PMC weekend, in the days before and after the event, and throughout the year. Without the thousands who volunteer each year, the PMC would not be possible.

Volunteers 13 and older are welcome at the PMC! Whether you're a doctor providing medical assistance or a volunteer unloading supplies, there's a volunteer position for you. 

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Volunteer Sites

Mile by mile, town by town, volunteer by volunteer, the PMC passes through 47 towns and 360 miles of infrastructure. From Barnstable to Brewster and from Wareham to Wrentham, the Pan-Mass Challenge provides places and opportunities to help us get closer by the mile.

  • Barnstable
  • Brewster
  • Dighton-Rehoboth
  • Franklin
  • Lakeville
  • Mass Maritime Academy (Bourne)
  • Middleborough
  • Patriot Place
  • PMC Office
  • Provincetown Inn & Monument Finish
  • Road Crew
  • Sturbridge
  • Walpole
  • Wareham
  • Wellesley
  • Wellfleet
  • Whitinsville
  • World Trade Center (Boston)
  • Wrentham
Bourne

Massachusetts Maritime Academy
101 Academy Drive
Bourne, MA 02532

Situated on Cape Cod Canal in Buzzard's Bay, Massachusetts Maritime Academy (MMA) is the perfect summer setting. The quad at MMA fills over the course of Saturday afternoon with riders and volunteers. The sound of music and the smell of an open pit barbecue accompany the scene. Having completed between 90 and 110 miles of cycling, the riders, while fatigued, are upbeat and emotional about their day. Volunteer responsibilities run the gamut from room assignment and luggage to massage therapy and site beautification.

Provincetown Inn & Monument Finish

Provincetown Inn
1 Commercial Street
Provincetown, MA 02657

Provincetown Monument Finish
28 Winslow Street
Provincetown, MA 02657

Provincetown is a celebration! Riders cross the finish line, exhausted but elated from having completed the physical challenge of riding 170 or 190 miles. A heady combination of passion and triumph mixed with the smell of barbecue and chowder lend Provincetown its unique spirit and community. Showers must be manned, food prepared and laid out, and bikes and luggage loaded for the trip home. Despite its great atmosphere, staging a site like Provincetown requires hard work for all who volunteer.

There are two finish lines in Provincetown: Provincetown Inn and the Monument Finish. The Provincetown Inn is the original finish line of the PMC. Due to space limitations, only riders and volunteers are allowed at this site. The Monument Finish is more spacious and offers a family-friendly atmosphere where guests can meet their riders, enjoy a meal together, and have fun.

The Provincetown Inn and the Monument Finish are two separate volunteer sites.

Provincetown Monument Finish was previously named the Provincetown Family Finish

Sturbridge

Sturbridge Host Hotel
366 Main Street, US Route 20
Sturbridge, MA 01566

Riders and volunteers often describe Sturbridge as a reunion. The beginning of the original route, it is the place where riders and volunteers congregate, register for the event, share a meal together and participate in the opening ceremonies. On Saturday morning, volunteers prepare a healthy breakfast for the riders and manage the challenge of getting several thousand riders out of the hotel parking lot by 5:30 am.

Wellesley

Babson College
231 Forest Street
Babson Park, MA 02457

Riders start at Babson College in Wellesley on both Saturday and Sunday of PMC weekend. Riders start Saturday morning at 7 am and ride to Mass Maritime Academy in Bourne.

On Sunday, some riders start in Bourne and return to Babson, while riders on two other routes (the PMC 25/50) depart Babson. The 25-mile route leaves Babson and ends at Patriot Place in Foxboro, and the 50-mile route is a loop that returns to Babson.

Volunteers are needed Thursday through Sunday at Babson. Volunteers are needed for site set-up and breakdown, rider and volunteer registration, food preparation, parking and traffic assistance, and more.

Two new Sunday Funday volunteer shifts have been added for PMC 2019.

Boston Seaport

EDIC/Black Falcon Terminal
10 Drydock Avenue
Boston, MA 02210
Location of riders taking the bus to Sturbridge on Friday and the return of the traditional ferry (3 pm from Provincetown)

World Trade Center Pier
200 Seaport Blvd
Boston, MA 02210
Location for riders taking the bus to Sturbridge and/or high-speed ferry back to Boston.

Volunteers are needed on Friday and Sunday in Boston. On Friday of PMC weekend, volunteers are needed for bike loading for riders taking a bus Sturbridge. On Sunday of PMC weekend, volunteers are needed to set up bike racks and unload the luggage and bikes of riders returning to Boston.

Bus location for PMC 2019 to be determined

Road Crew

The PMC Road Crew is a mobile crew of approximately 80 volunteers who support the cyclists during the event. Comprised of medical and bike mechanic volunteers, the Road Crew is a weekend-long commitment, which begins with orientation at the Sturbridge Host Hotel on Friday evening and concludes in Provincetown on Sunday. All Road Crew volunteers will have the opportunity to see the PMC from start to finish and almost everything in between.

PMC Waterstops

There are 13 waterstops throughout Massachusetts to support the more than 6,300 riders during PMC weekend – 6 waterstops on Saturday and 7 on Sunday. 

Volunteers are needed to assist with water, prepare food for riders, serve as route guides, help with site beautification, serve as bike mechanics and medics, and more.

The Walpole waterstop is new for PMC 2019.

Saturday:

  • Whitinsville (4:30 - 10 am)
  • Franklin (5 am - 12 pm)
  • Wrentham (6:30 am - 12 pm)
  • Dighton-Rehoboth (7 am - 4 pm)
  • Lakeville (7 am - 4 pm)
  • Wareham (9 am - 6 pm)

Sunday:

  • Barnstable (4 - 9 am)
  • Brewster (6 am - 12 pm)
  • Wellfleet (7 am - 1 pm)
  • Middleborough (5 - 10 am)
  • Patriot Place (6 am - 12 pm)
  • Medfield (6 am - 12 pm)
  • Walpole (6:30 am - 1 pm)

Volunteer Crews

Select a volunteer crew to learn about all of the volunteer positions that are needed for each PMC.
Waterstops
  • Bike Mechanic
    Mechanical crew members should be able to quickly perform at least basic on-the-road repairs such as installation of tires, tubes, chains and wheels and the adjustment of brakes and derailleurs.
  • Technical Support
    This crew acts as a troubleshooting crew to ensure the smooth running of our wireless networks and handheld devices at each site.
  • General
    Responsibilities include preparing and distributing healthy liquids and snacks, directing traffic through the stop, and set-up or breakdown of the area.
  • Medical
    Responsibilities include providing medical care to riders and volunteers on an as-needed basis. EMT, RN, or MD qualifications are preferred. Proof of certification/license is required.
  • Photographers
    This crew photographs PMC weekend. Responsibilities also include selecting best shots, editing files, and submitting them to the photography coordinator post-PMC weekend.
  • Sign Crew
    Responsibilities include installing all signs as directed by the site coordinator.
  • Sign Removal
    Responsibilities include removing signs along PMC Route from one waterstop to the next. Volunteers might also be asked to pick up stray water bottles and trash along the route, if needed.
  • Site Beautification
    Responsibilities include the set up of trash and recycling barrels, monitoring and collecting trash from barrels and moving it to the dumpsters, monitoring and separating recyclables, and bussing/clearing food tables.
  • Volunteer Registration
    Responsibilities include checking in volunteers, handing out t-shirts, nametags and wristbands, directing volunteers to their crews, and set up or break down of the volunteer registration area.
  •  Route Guides
    Responsibilities include working at designated intersections and points along the route where it is felt that riders may need assistance. Route guides warn the riders of hazards and cheer the riders on, but do not get involved in directing traffic (a police responsibility!). Shift lengths for Saturday and Sunday depend upon the position on the route; the closer to the day's final destination, the more spread out the riders are and the longer the shift.
Boston Seaport
  • Bike Parking
    Responsibilities include unloading bike trucks, parking bikes on the racks in alphabetical order, and helping riders locate their bikes.
  • General
    Responsibilities include sorting bicycles and luggage as they come off the trucks from Provincetown and greeting the ferries as they arrive at the Black Falcon Terminal.
  • Information
    Responsibilities include set up and take down of the crew area and answering questions for all riders and volunteers that approach the information area.
  • Luggage
    Responsibilties include unloading luggage trucks, arranging luggage according to color-coded tags, and helping riders find their luggage. This is a physically strenuous position.
Provincetown Monument Finish

Provincetown Monument Finish was previously named the Provincetown Family Finish

  • Entertainment
    Composed of DJs, this crew sets up their own PA, provides music, and acts as emcee at the site.
  • Food
    Responsibilities include set up and clean up of food tables, utensils, beverages and food preparation while being pleasant and helpful to all. This crew is functioning at Sturbridge, Wellesley, Bourne and Provincetown and the duties at each location may vary slightly.
  • Family Fun
    Responsibilities include setting up the Family Fun area, organizing games and activities, welcoming and encouraging kids to participate in the games and activities, and clean up.
  • Information
    Responsibilities include set up and take down of the crew area and answering questions for all riders and volunteers that approach the information area. Volunteers in the "runner" position will be responsible for delivering messages and luggage to riders.
  • General
    Responsibilities include preparing and distributing healthy liquids and snacks, directing traffic through the stop, and set-up or breakdown of the area.
  • Logistics
    Responsibilities include set up of the proper facilities to support the efforts of all other crews, including Registration, Food, Merchandise, Luggage, Parking, Entertainment, and Volunteers.
  • Photographers
    This crew photographs PMC weekend. Responsibilities also include selecting best shots, editing files, and submitting them to the photography coordinator post-PMC weekend.
  • Rider Registration
    Responsibilities include scanning riders into the finish line.
  • Showers & Luggage
    Responsibilities include set up of signage, assisting riders with shower lines and procedures and set up or breakdown of the shower area. This crew also ensures the efficient and timely handling and transfer of rider luggage to appropriate destinations.
  • Shuttle
    Responsibilities include manning the shuttle stop locations and assisting riders and their families as needed.
  • Theme Team
    This team brainstorms site themes and decorates the Provincetown site accordingly.
  • Site Beautification
    Responsibilities include the set up of trash and recycling barrels, monitoring and collecting trash from barrels and moving it to the dumpsters, monitoring and separating recyclables, and bussing/clearing food tables.
  • Volunteer Registration
    Responsibilities include checking in volunteers, handing out t-shirts, nametags and wristbands, directing volunteers to their crews, and set up or break down of the volunteer registration area.
  • Medical
    Responsibilities include providing medical care to riders and volunteers on an as-needed basis. EMT, RN, or MD qualifications are preferred. Proof of certification/license is required.
Command
  • Transportation
    Team provides van rides to PMC riders that cannot finish. The typical day would involve being sent out to one of the PMC water stops and giving rides to riders either to the next water stop along the route, or all the way to the end of that day’s ride. Drivers must be 21 or older, with a good driving record. It's also important that you can navigate using GPS (your own or one we provide). We welcome drivers that sign up to work for the entire weekend. This position is based out of Mass Maritime Academy.
  • Command Logistics
    The Logistics Team provides customer service support to riders, the public, PMC staff, and other volunteers for the duration of PMC Weekend. We field inquiries to the 1-800 number, answering questions and solving problems to ensure an outstanding PMC experience for all. This is a fast-paced, high-energy role that requires excellent customer service skills and teamwork. We welcome all volunteers, ideally those that can sign up to work for the entire weekend. This position is based out of Mass Maritime Academy.
  • Command General
    The Command Post is the "nerve center" of PMC Weekend, where we field calls to the 1-800-WE-CYCLE, and monitor events along the route and at all waterstops and hub sites. If you enjoy working as part of a team, delivering great customer service, and working in a fast-paced environment, then the Command Post is for you! We welcome all volunteers, ideally those that can sign up to work for the entire weekend. This position is based out of Mass Maritime Academy.
Mass. Maritime Academy
  • Barbecue Chicken
    Provide quality food in a friendly fashion to riders and volunteers in a clean and safe environment.
  • Bike Mechanic
    Mechanical crew members should be able to quickly perform at least basic on-the-road repairs such as installation of tires, tubes, chains and wheels and the adjustment of brakes and derailleurs.
  • Bike Parking
    Responsibilities include ensuring that several thousand(s) of bicycles are moved in an orderly fashion and parked into storage racks. This is a physically strenuous position.
  • Barbecue
    Provide quality food in a friendly fashion to riders and volunteers in a clean and safe environment.
  • Breakfast
    Provide quality food in a friendly fashion to riders and volunteers in a clean and safe environment.
  • Beverage
    Responsibilities include ensuring water and beverages are adequately stocked and providing service in a friendly fashion to riders and volunteers in a clean and safe environment.
  • Communications
    Responsibilities include ensuring reliable communications throughout the entire weekend. Two-way radio experience desired.
  • Chowder & Corn
    Provide quality food in a friendly fashion to riders and volunteers in a clean and safe environment.
  • Technical Support
    This crew acts as a troubleshooting crew to ensure the smooth running of our wireless networks and handheld devices at each site.
  • Chili & Potatoes
    Provide quality food in a friendly fashion to riders and volunteers in a clean and safe environment.
  • Food
    Responsibilities include preparing, stocking and serving food, snacks or beverages, and set-up or breakdown of the food area during the PMC weekend.
  • General
    Responsibilities include helping with general logistical tasks such as: setting up signage, unloading trucks, & setting up cots.
  • Greeter
    Crew will be responsible for greeting and escorting riders to their accommodations and answering general questions.
  • Guest Services
    Responsibilities include making guests comfortable, connecting them with the riders, and the set-up and break down of the guest services area.
  • Information
    Responsibilities include providing rider and guest information, weekend logistics, and set-up or breakdown of the information area.
  • Kitchen
    Prepare quality food for riders and volunteers in a clean and safe environment.
  • Logistics
    Responsibilities include set up of signage, bike racks, general operations and site set up or breakdown.
  • Luggage
    Responsibilities include loading and distributing rider luggage and set-up or breakdown of the luggage area. This is a physically strenuous position. Volunteers must be at least 15 years old to join this crew.
 
  • Luggage Runners
    Runners need the ability to walk and climb stairs in the dorms while hunting down lost luggage. No heavy lifting required for Runners.
  • Medical
    Responsibilities include providing medical care to riders and volunteers on an as-needed basis. EMT, RN, or MD qualifications are preferred. Proof of certification/license is required.
  • Massage Therapy
    MT's, OT's and PT's are needed to give 15-minute sports massages to cyclists as they arrive at MMA. Therapists will work in an airconditioned building and are provided meals and beverages throughout the day. Tables are needed, but not required to volunteer. All other supplies are provided.
  • Massage Therapy Appointments
    Responsibilities include making massage appointments for the cyclist as they come in from Saturday's ride, as well as set-up and breakdown of the area.
  • Massage Therapy Therapist
    MT's, OT's and PT's are needed to give 15-minute sports massages to cyclists as they arrive at MMA. Therapists will work in an airconditioned building and are provided meals and beverages throughout the day. Tables are needed, but not required to volunteer. All other supplies are provided.
  • Photographers
    This crew photographs PMC weekend. Responsibilities also include selecting best shots, editing files, and submitting them to the photography coordinator post-PMC weekend.
  • Perimeter
    Crew will be responsible for either luggage, showers or tents for one-day riders, riders staying off-campus, and cyclists staying in tents.
  • Pizza
    Provide quality food in a friendly fashion to riders and volunteers in a clean and safe environment.
  • Rider Registration
    Responsibilities include scanning riders into the finish line, and set-up or breakdown of the finish-line area.
  • Room Assignment
    Responsibilities include setting-up signage, key distribution, housekeeping, helping with rooming or roommate problems, and assisting in site set-up or breakdown.
  • Road Crew Concierge
    Responsibilities include connecting Road Crew with sleeping quarters and answering questions about MMA facilities. This crew is functioning in Bourne only.
  • Salad
    Provide quality food in a friendly fashion to riders and volunteers in a clean and safe environment.
  • Sign Crew
    Crew will be responsible for installing all signs with tape as directed and provided by the MMA Signage Coordinator. NOTE: CREW AVAILABLE FRIDAY ONLY.
  • Snacks
    Provide quality food in a friendly fashion to riders and volunteers in a clean and safe environment.
  • Security
    Responsibilities include the set-up of security checkpoints and enforcing rider, volunteer, and guest policies.
  • Parking/Traffic
    Responsibilities include directing pedestrian traffic, guest and volunteer parking, and set-up or breakdown of the area.
  • Site Beautification
    Responsibilities include the set up of trash and recycling barrels, monitoring and collecting trash from barrels and moving it to the dumpsters, monitoring and separating recyclables, and bussing/clearing food tables.
  • Volunteer Registration
    Responsibilities include checking in volunteers, handing out t-shirts, nametags and wristbands, directing volunteers to their crews, and set up or break down of the volunteer registration area.
PMC Offices
  • Photo Editing
    Responsibilities include selecting choice photos, using Adobe Photoshop to touch up and edit photos taken at the event, and submitting edited photos to the photography crew leader.
  • Pre-Event
    Pre-event responsibilities include mailing, inventory, sorting, various supports to our weekend set-up and breakdown, as well as staffing smaller events as needed throughout the year. Volunteers will be contacted via email as opportunities arise.
  • Post-Event
    Pre-event responsibilities include mailing, inventory, sorting, various supports to our weekend set-up and breakdown, as well as staffing smaller events as needed throughout the year. Volunteers will be contacted via email as opportunities arise.
Provincetown Inn
  • Bike Mechanic
    Mechanical crew members should be able to quickly perform at least basic on-the-road repairs such as installation of tires, tubes, chains and wheels and the adjustment of brakes and derailleurs.
  • Bike Parking
    Responsibilities include managing the line of bikes behind the Provincetown Inn and moving bikes from the rotary into a holding area.
  • Communications
    Responsibilities include checking in and packing incoming communications inventory.
  • Technical Support
    This crew acts as a troubleshooting crew to ensure the smooth running of our wireless networks and handheld devices at each site.
  • Community Support
    This crew is comprised of members from the Provincetown community who show their support for the PMC in ways other than volunteering on PMC weekend.
  • Construction
    Responsibilities include unloading equipment and setting up the shower tents at the Provincetown Inn. This crew is mainly made up of Army Corps of Engineers volunteers.
  • Entertainment
    Composed of DJs, this crew sets up their own PA, provides music, and acts as emcee at the site.
  • Food
    Responsibilities include preparing, stocking and serving food, snacks or beverages, and set-up or breakdown of the food area during the PMC weekend.
  • Food – Barbecue
    Responsibilities include preparing, stocking and serving food, snacks or beverages, and set-up or breakdown of the food area during the PMC weekend.
  • Food – Beverages
    Responsibilities include preparing, stocking and serving food, snacks or beverages, and set-up or breakdown of the food area during the PMC weekend.
  • Food – Food Tent
    Responsibilities include preparing, stocking and serving food, snacks or beverages, and set-up or breakdown of the food area during the PMC weekend.
  • Food – Kitchen
    Responsibilities include preparing, stocking and serving food, snacks or beverages, and set-up or breakdown of the food area during the PMC weekend.
  • Food – Snacks
    Responsibilities include preparing, stocking and serving food, snacks or beverages, and set-up or breakdown of the food area during the PMC weekend.
  • Ferry
    Responsibilities include keeping beverages and snacks stocked in the ferry tent, creating boarding lines, ensuring that riders are in the correct line, offering snacks and drinks to riders waiting in line, and scanning riders as they board. This crew operates on the wharf in Provincetown.
  • Monument Finish
    Responsibilities include site set-up and take down, rider check-in, food distribution, traffic control, bike storage, shower control, and kid’s entertainment.
  • Information
    Responsibilities include providing rider and guest information, weekend logistics and set-up or breakdown of the information area.
 
  • Logistics
    Responsibilities include set up of signage, bike racks, general operations and site set up or breakdown.
  • Logistics – Bike Line
    Responsibilities include assisting with loading bicycles onto tractor trailer trucks. This position may require lifting bicycles and can be physically strenuous.
  • Logistics – Finish Line
    Responsibilities include controlling the fire lane at the finish of the ride and ensuring safety for all riders and pedestrians. Saturday responsibilities include set-up of the area.
  • Logistics – General
    Responsibilities include general site assistance; floating to various areas that need support.
  • Logistics – Guest Services
    Responsibilities include taking care of outside guests and in many cases, connecting them with incoming riders.
  • Luggage
    Responsibilities include greeting and directing each rider to the proper truck for luggage drop off; loading each truck with the appropriately tagged luggage; unloading luggage to its proper destination and dealing with issues of missing/misplaced luggage in a quick, efficient AND friendly manner. Volunteers who register as a "runner" in Provincetown will be responsible for shuttling luggage between the Family Finish and Provincetown Inn sites via the PMC shuttle. This crew is functioning in Sturbridge, Wellesley, Bourne, and EDIC and responsibilities may vary slightly at each location.
  • Luggage – Runners
    Runners need the ability to walk while hunting down lost luggage and couriering baggage between the Inn and Family Finish. No heavy lifting required for Runners.
  • Medical
    Responsibilities include providing medical care to riders and volunteers on an as-needed basis. EMT, RN, or MD qualifications are preferred. Proof of certification/license is required.
  • Photographers
    This crew photographs PMC weekend. Responsibilities also include selecting best shots, editing files, and submitting them to the photography coordinator post-PMC weekend.
  • Rider Registration
    Responsibilities include scanning riders into the finish line, and set-up or breakdown of the finish-line area.
  • Room Assignment
    Responsibilities include set-up of signage, key distribution, housekeeping, helping with rooming or roommate problems and assisting in site set-up or breakdown.
  • Showers
    Responsibilities include set-up of signage, assisting riders with shower lines and procedures and set-up or breakdown of the shower area.
  • Security
    Responsibilities include set up of security checkpoints and enforcing rider, volunteer and guest policies.
  • Parking/Traffic
    Responsibilities include directing pedestrian traffic, bike parking, guest and volunteer parking and set-up or breakdown of the area.
  • Theme Team
    This team brainstorms site themes and decorates the Provincetown site accordingly.
  • Site Beautification
    Responsibilities include set up of trash collection barrel sites and staging/holding areas for recyclables, clearing tables and monitoring and collection of trash and recyclables.
  • Volunteer Registration
    Responsibilities include checking in volunteers, handing out t-shirts, nametags and wristbands, directing volunteers to their crews, and set up or break down of the volunteer registration area.
Road Crew
  • Bike Mechanic
    Mechanical Road Crew members should be able to quickly perform at least basic on-the-road repairs such as installation of tires, tubes, chains and wheels and the adjustment of brakes and derailleurs. Each member of the mechanical staff will be paired with a medical team member and together and will patrol the route in a PMC van. THIS IS A 2 AND 1/2 DAY COMMITMENT that runs from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon.
    Please email any special requests to the Road Crew Coordinator. Please be sure to include your full name in your response.
  • Medical
    Medical Road Crew responsibilities include providing medical care to riders and volunteers on an as-needed basis. EMT, RN, or MD qualifications are preferred, with basic first aid skills as a minimum requirement. Proof of certification/license is required. Each member of the medical staff will be paired with a bike mechanic and together, will patrol the route in a PMC van. THIS IS A 2 AND 1/2 DAY COMMITMENT that runs from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon.
    Please email any special requests to the Road Crew Coordinator. Please be sure to include your full name in your response.
  • Route Guides
    Responsibilities include working at designated intersections and points along the route where it is felt that riders may need assistance. Route guides warn the riders of hazards and cheer the riders on, but do not get involved in directing traffic (a police responsibility!). Shift lengths for Saturday and Sunday depend upon the position on the route; the closer to the day's final destination, the more spread out the riders are and the longer the shift.
    Please email any special requests to the Road Crew Coordinator. Please be sure to include your full name in your response.
  • Sign Crew
    Responsibilities include putting up the arrows and signs along the PMC route during the week prior to the event. There are multiple routes to mark. Sign crew members will be assigned to a van and a crew of three; the work may take an entire day. There is also a crew that checks the route just prior to the event and another crew that removes signage after the last riders have passed.
    Please email any special requests to the Road Crew Coordinator. Please be sure to include your full name in your response.
Sturbridge
  • Bike Mechanic
    Mechanical crew members should be able to quickly perform at least basic on-the-road repairs such as installation of tires, tubes, chains and wheels and the adjustment of brakes and derailleurs.
  • Technical Support
    This crew acts as a troubleshooting crew to ensure the smooth running of our wireless networks and handheld devices at each site.
  • Food
    Responsibilities include preparing, stocking and serving food, snacks or beverages, and set-up or breakdown of the food area during the PMC weekend.
  • Information
    Responsibilities include providing rider and guest information, weekend logistics, and set-up or breakdown of the information area.
  • Logistics
    Responsibilities include set-up of signage, bike racks, general operations and site set-up or breakdown. This is a physically strenuous position.
  • Lodging Team
    Responsibilities include setting up tents and inflatable mattresses for alternative rider lodging.
  • Luggage
    Responsibilities include loading and distributing rider luggage and set-up or breakdown of the luggage area. This is a physically strenuous position.
 
  • Medical
    Responsibilities include providing medical care to riders and volunteers on an as-needed basis. EMT, RN, or MD qualifications are preferred. Proof of certification/license is required.
  • Photographers
    This crew photographs PMC weekend. Responsibilities also include selecting best shots, editing files, and submitting them to the photography coordinator post-PMC weekend.
  • Rider Registration
    Responsibilities include registering riders, confirming registration information, and set-up or breakdown of the registration area. Saturday morning volunteers must have prior rider registration experience.
  • Shuttle
    Responsibilities include transporting riders between The Sturbridge Host Hotel and other local hotels where riders are staying. Volunteers registering for this position must be familiar with the Sturbridge area and be licensed to drive.
  • Parking/Traffic
    Responsibilities include directing pedestrian traffic, guest and volunteer parking and set-up or breakdown of the area.
  • Volunteer Registration
    Responsibilities include checking in volunteers, handing out t-shirts, nametags and wristbands, directing volunteers to their crews, and set up or break down of the volunteer registration area.
  • Welcoming
    Responsibilities include greeting and assisting riders as they find their bikes. Volunteers may also be asked to help unload the bikes from trucks.
Wellesley
  • Bike Parking
    Responsibilities include insuring that several hundred(s) of bicycles are, in a moderately orderly fashion, stored for the riders.
  • Food – Breakfast
    Responsibilities include preparing, stocking and serving food, snacks or beverages, and set-up or breakdown of the food area during the PMC weekend.
  • Site Beautification
    Responsibilities include the set up of trash and recycling barrels, monitoring and collecting trash from barrels and moving it to the dumpsters, monitoring and separating recyclables, and bussing/clearing food tables.
  • Finish Line Kids Krew
    Kids for PMC Kids Rides are invited to join us at the Babson Finish to cheer in PMC cyclists as they complete their rides!
  • Parking/Traffic
    Responsibilities include directing pedestrian traffic, guest and volunteer parking and set up or breakdown of the area.
  • Bike Mechanic
    Mechanical crew members should be able to quickly perform at least basic on-the-road repairs such as installation of tires, tubes, chains and wheels, and the adjustment of brakes and deraillers.
  • Food – Food Tent
    Responsibilities include preparing, stocking and serving food, snacks or beverages, and set-up or breakdown of the food area during the PMC weekend.
  • General
    Responsibilities include general site assistance; floating to various areas that need support, including, but not limited to, parking/traffic, luggage and logistics.
  • Luggage
    Responsibilities include loading and distributing rider luggage and set-up or breakdown of the luggage area. This is a physically strenuous position.
  • Photographers
    This crew photographs PMC weekend. Responsibilities also include selecting best shots, editing files, and submitting them to the photography coordinator post-PMC weekend.
 
  • Technical Support
    This crew acts as a troubleshooting crew to ensure the smooth running of our wireless networks and handheld devices at each site.
  • Information
    Responsibilities include providing rider and guest information, weekend logistics and set-up or breakdown of the information area.
  • Food – Barbecue
    Responsibilities include preparing, stocking and serving food, snacks or beverages, and set-up or breakdown of the food area during the PMC weekend.
  • Food
    Responsibilities include preparing, stocking and serving food, snacks or beverages, and set-up or breakdown of the food area during the PMC weekend.
  • Volunteer Registration
    Responsibilities include checking in volunteers, handing out t-shirts, nametags and wristbands, directing volunteers to their crews, and set up or break down of the volunteer registration area.
  • Logistics
    Responsibilities include set up of signage, bike racks, general operations and site set-up or breakdown. This is a physically strenuous position.
  • Medical
    Responsibilities include providing medical care to riders and volunteers on an as needed basis. EMT, RN, or MD qualifications are preferred. Proof of certification/license is required.
  • Rider Registration
    Responsibilities include registering riders, confirming registration information, and set-up or breakdown of the registration area.
  • Family Fun
    Responsibilities include setting up the Family Fun area, organizing games and activities, welcoming and encouraging kids to participate in the games and activities, and clean up.
  • Logistics – Sunday Funday
    Help with site activation, including setup or breakdown. Interact with riders and guests to maintain the Sunday Funday area. Some moderate lifting may be involved.