2012 BELL CAPITAL CUP - VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!
The Bell Capital Cup is recognized as the world's premier Atom and Peewee minor hockey tournament. Each year, the Bell Capital Cup attracts teams from across Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia. Throughout the duration of the tournament, more than 20,000 spectators and participants will descend on the City of Ottawa, creating a major economic impact while supporting local charities and minor hockey organizations. Since its inception in 2000 the Bell Capital Cup has contributed more than $2,266,000 to local charities, minor hockey teams, and associations.
The phenomenal growth of the Bell Capital Cup is in no small part due to the hundreds of dedicated volunteers that the tournament organizers call upon each year. The Bell Capital Cup provides volunteers - both young and old alike- the opportunity to work in a fun, hockey oriented atmosphere.
Whether you're looking to volunteer for high school community hours or just to be a part of the world's largest single weekend minor hockey tournament, we welcome you to our team and look forward to working with you in the 2012 Bell Capital Cup.
What are we looking for?
Locations / Roles
The Bell Capital Cup takes place throughout the entire City of Ottawa utilizing over 20 different facilities. If you are interested in volunteering at a specific venue (s) we will forward your contact information to those individuals coordinating that facility.
If you are interested in volunteering at the Scotiabank Place, we will be looking for Bell Capital Cup team ambassadors, admission staff, goal judges, and more from December 30th, 2011 – January 1, 2012.
Tournament Administration (Headquarters)
Each year the Bell Capital Cup receives numerous phone calls from participating arenas, inquiring participants and various media outlets. The Bell Capital Cup consistently requires individuals to assist in answering questions and providing information throughout the tournament.