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The Blue Lobster Bowl: Volunteer Roles
Volunteer assignments are made by the Regional Coordinator of the Blue Lobster Bowl. If you are interested in serving in a specific capacity, feel free to make your preference known, and it will be accomidated whenever possible. However, please note that orchestrating volunteer roles is a complicated process, and you may not always be assigned your first preference in roles. Thanks for your patience.
Competition OfficialsAll competition officials will be trained before the day of the competition.
In addition to the competition officials that run the matches in each room, the Blue Lobster Bowl uses volunteers to grade the longer, hand-written Team Challenge Questions. Volunteers are situated in the Judge's Appeals room, and grade team responses to Team Challenge Questions as they are brought to the Appeals room by runners.
Volunteers interested in helping with the Blue Lobster Bowl in a general capacity can assist in directing the student teams to the right rooms, helping with the distribution of competition materials, and making sure that competiton meals run smoothly.
To learn more about the program, or ask questions, please contact us at: BLB@mit.edu.
To volunteer, please register at http://s.zoomerang.com/s/BLB030313.
This page was last modified: March 22, 2013 1:50 pm
MIT Sea Grant hosts the 16th annual Blue Lobster Bowl at MIT
16th Annual Blue Lobster Bowl
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