VANOC still needs more than 750 people with accommodation in the Sea-to-Sky corridor to volunteer during the 2010 Games.
Positions at Whistler-area venues include drivers, reservation assistants, technology positions for IT and help-desk specialists, press, and photo assistants and photo runners.
“We understand that for a great number of people in the Whistler area, Games time is their peak season for work,” said VANOC CEO John Furlong.
“Which is why we want to encourage anyone with a second residence in the Sea-to-Sky region or who can simply find a place to bunk with friends or relatives to consider applying today to volunteer.
“Some fantastic positions are still waiting to be filled. We’re simply looking for enthusiastic people open to sharing their country and province with the world.”
Applications can be made online at www.vancouver2010.com.
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