Come join the fun and be a part of your community by volunteering with McLean Community Center! Volunteers (16 years and older) are needed for multiple events and performances throughout the year. Community service hours for school and other requirements are available upon request.
Each event and performance have a variety of volunteer opportunities that can match with your interest and skillset. Volunteer opportunities include: helping set-up and breakdown events, talking to and surveying attendees, being an usher, assisting as a crowd counter, being a course marshal, and there are even several opportunities to work with the petting zoo at our events!
Being an MCC Volunteer means that you are joining the community and we want everyone member of this community to have a fun and welcoming time, and we ask that you make sure to conduct yourself in a friendly, responsible and respectful manner with all attendees and volunteers at the event. We’re there to support you every step of the way and we can’t wait to have you join us at our next event.
All volunteer opportunities for our special events are required to sign up prior to the event through the Fairfax County Volunteer Management System. The first time you sign in you will be asked to create an account. After that is completed you can see and sign up for any MCC Volunteer Opportunity available.
Volunteer opportunities are always being updated, so if you don’t see something that fits with your schedule please check back periodically as new events will be added on a regular basis.
Questions? Please contact Matt Hockensmith:
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mail - McLean Community Center, Special Events Department, 1234 Ingleside Avenue, McLean VA 22101.
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