Athlete Check In/Out - Saint Paul


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Event Description:

Join our Summer Games team to help significantly improve the lives of our Special Olympics Athletes!


The Healthy Athletes program is dedicated to providing health services and education to Special Olympics athletes, and changing the way health systems interact with people with intellectual disabilities. Through free health screenings, training of healthcare professionals, and evaluation of the health status of people with intellectual disabilities, Healthy Athletes has become a powerful public health organization worldwide.


Non-Clinical Volunteer Roles (no medical background required):


Athlete Check in/Out

At the check-in station you will be registering athletes for the screening which consists of getting their name and birthdate, ensuring they have their consent on file, and placing their label on the HAS form. If the athlete does not have a consent, they can sign one at the table (if they are their own guardian) and they will need to fill out the top portion of the HAS form. Then lead the athlete to the waiting area where the next available volunteer will take them to the next station. At Check Out Station volunteers will hand out goody bags and also data enter results in computer.  


Clinician Assistant - Volunteers will assist the clinicians during the Opening Eyes screening with helping conduct the screening, filling out screening paperwork, organizing forms, directing and escorting athletes to the stations, and any other help that is needed.

  • This event is held indoors at the Anderson Student Center.

Age Eligibility for Event Volunteers

  • 15 years and older can volunteer by themselves.
  • 12-14 year olds must be accompanied by parent, guardian, or chaperone.
  • 11 years and younger are not given volunteer assignments, but are welcomed and encouraged to be cheerleaders as long as they are accompanied by a parent, guardian, or chaperone.  Please do not register for any position.
  • 12-14 year olds in a group situation need a 4 to 1 ratio-meaning one adult (18 years old or older) for every three children.  These groups usually include scout troops, school classes, church groups, etc.

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Date/Time &
Fri, Jun 21, 2019 - 8:30 AM to 1:00 PM   
Athlete Check In/Out (1 to 4 people per station)
Fri, Jun 21, 2019 - 8:30 AM to 1:00 PM   
Clinician Assistant (Opening Eyes)
Fri, Jun 21, 2019 - 12:00 PM to 4:30 PM   
Athlete Check In/Out (1 to 4 people per station)
Fri, Jun 21, 2019 - 12:00 PM to 4:45 PM   
Clinician Assistant (Opening Eyes)
Event Meeting Location: Parking at University of Minnesota Lot 37 Free Shuttle to the University of St. Thomas

1811 5th Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

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Event Organizer: Special Olympics Minnesota
Event Category:
Non-Clinical / Friday