Hey Rider Nation, are you 19 or older and interested in joining the Saskatchewan Roughriders volunteer team?

 

We are preparing for the journey to the new stadium and are building up our volunteer base to ensure the fan experience remains top of the league! as the Saskatchewan Roughriders take on the Montreal Alouettes in Regina, SK, October 22, 2016 Photo Electric Umbrella/Liam Richards 

We are looking to add another 200 enthusiastic committed people to our already amazing volunteer team. We have many opportunities available – including some that end in time for you to enjoy the game from your seats if you are already a ticket holder! 

Saskatchewan is the home of some of the most amazing volunteers in the country!  We would love to have you join our  volunteer team. You will have the opportunity to interact with the best fans, see some of the behind the scenes of Mosaic Stadium and it looks great on your resume too!  Some of the volunteer positions include game day hosts, store and kiosk support, ticket scanning and directional assistants. Volunteers exclusive and unique uniforms will include soft shell jacket and a polo style shirt.

Visit our Online Volunteer System to sign up today or if you have any questions please email Volunteers@saskriders.com


We are extremely proud of all of our dedicated Rider volunteers who give 
back in true Saskatchewan fashion…with a smile.

“I volunteer because growing up in Saskatchewan, The Roughriders are a topic that always bring people together. I want to give back to our fans by giving my time and efforts. I’m here at every game because I believe in giving back to the community. After all, we do have the best fans!! This is my first year volunteering, and it won’t be my last.” – Shianne Harrison 

“Driving over 500 km from Saskatoon for each game to volunteer for the Riders is an incredible opportunity to be a part of something that is important and of interest to me. I really enjoy the other people I work with and having fun with the fans. I like assisting them with all their needs…to make sure they have an enjoyable game day experience. After only a few weeks, many of the season ticket holders and I have already developed a mutual respect for each other.” – Terry Nielsen-  Host 

as the Saskatchewan Roughriders take on the Montreal Alouettes in Regina, SK, October 22, 2016 Photo Electric Umbrella/Liam Richards

Click here for the Volunteer Application