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Published July 25, 2022
Volunteers are needed when incoming students move into residence halls next month to begin fall semester classes at the University of Wyoming.
Volunteers are needed to fill various positions Sunday, Aug. 14, from 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. when first-year students participating in Saddle Up -- a required college prep camp -- move into residence halls.
All volunteer shifts will be in two-hour increments for the following areas/positions:
-- Cart stations: Responsibilities include issuing carts to students.
-- Parking attendants: Responsibilities include directing traffic and monitoring parking availability.
-- Floaters: Responsibilities include checking in on volunteers, providing water and filling in temporarily if other volunteers need a short break.
“Volunteers are welcome to sign up for as many shifts as they desire,” says Stephanie Lownds, UW Business Enterprises marketing and communications specialist. “We ask that volunteers sign up for a 30-minute volunteer training as well.”
All volunteers will be contacted the week of Aug. 1 to review assignments and expectations.
Returning students who will live in the residence halls will move in beginning Thursday, Aug. 18.