U.S. Figure Skating depends on volunteers to ensure that all events, programs and offerings are run smoothly, safely and to the highest levels of professionalism. The Board of Directors, committee members, officials and local club leadership are all volunteers and work tirelessly to ensure that U.S. Figure Skating remains the international gold standard for the sport of figure skating.
If you are interested in joining U.S. Figure Skating as a volunteer, take a look at the many different opportunities listed below to find something that is right for you.
Volunteer at an Event
For those looking to get up close and personal with the sport, volunteering at an event is the way to go. From greeters to announcers, there are a variety of different roles that volunteers play, and local clubs are constantly on the lookout for willing volunteers to help administer events. Those wishing to explore volunteer opportunities should create an account on the U.S. Figure Skating Event Management System. The U.S. Figure Skating events department can be emailed for more information.
Volunteer with a Local Club
Outside of events, local clubs are often in search of volunteer support to help ensure smooth operation and ongoing support for their members. Use the club search tool to locate a club near you that might be looking for volunteers, or contact a local club administrator to inquire about opportunities.
Become an Official
Officials are volunteers, too, and there are always opportunities to become a trained official who can support administration of events across the United States.
Offer Support as a Medical Professional
At U.S. Figure Skating competitions, the Local Organizing Committee is responsible for selecting medical professionals. U.S. Figure Skating selects medical volunteers (licensed physicians, physical therapists, and athletic trainers) to provide health care services to U.S. athletes, coaches and officials who travel to international competitions. The international volunteers represent Team USA and must demonstrate a strong clinical background in sports medicine, the ability to provide care for injuries and illnesses in high-stress situation(s) and support anti-doping regulations. Providers must be comfortable working in a team environment, traveling internationally, caring for athletes of all ages and levels, and working for extended periods of time in an ice rink environment.
To get involved, medical staff volunteers must provide the following:
- Valid U.S. Figure Skating Membership
- Current CV
- Valid Professional License
- Proof of Professional Liability Insurance
- SafeSport Certification
- Letter of Recommendation
- Completion of U.S. Figure Skating Background Check (will be requested for completion upon selection)
Please use the contact form below if you are interested in offering support as a medical professional.
Question about volunteering? Let us know.