RunVermont produces and supports several races and events throughout the year. We have an extraordinary team of volunteers supporting our events. Our greatest need for volunteers is during the month of May, specifically in the days leading up to and including the M&T Bank Vermont City Marathon & Relay Weekend (May 24-26, 2024); however, we also welcome volunteers throughout the year for our smaller events and for office work. Please email us if interested.
Volunteer for Vermont's Largest Sporting Event of the Year!
EXPO (Friday, May 24th & Saturday, May 25th)
MARATHON & RELAY (Sunday, May 26th)
Volunteer for RunVermont Events:
Please select an event below to see the volunteer opportunities currently available and to register to volunteer. If an event is not linked, please email us for information. Thank you for your interest in supporting our running community.
- Half Marathon Unplugged (April 13, 2024)
- Mini Marathon (May 25th, 2024)
- M&T Bank Vermont City Marathon & Relay (May 24-26, 2024)
The M&T Bank Vermont City Marathon & Mini Marathon Volunteers
Volunteers work in a variety of areas including Course Monitors, EXPO-Race Packet Pickup, Green Team, Info Team, Mini Marathon, Relay Exchange Zones, and Runners’ Food.
Looking for a group volunteer opportunity?
Volunteering at the marathon is a great team-building experience and a fun way to earn community service hours. We have group volunteering opportunities throughout May and on race weekend. Email Chuck Spear or call him at 802-863-8412 to schedule your group.
- Corporate groups
- Non-Profit groups
- Sports Teams
- Church groups
More information on volunteering for the M&T Bank Vermont City Marathon:
1. Volunteer registration for the M&T Bank Vermont City Marathon is open.
2. After you sign up to volunteer, you will receive an e-mail confirming your assignment along with details.
3. If you have questions regarding your specific assignment, or volunteering in general, please email Chuck Spear or call him at 802-863-8412.
M&T Bank Vermont City Marathon Command Team
The 80-member MTBVCM Marathon Command Team is the backbone of the marathon. Marathon Command Team members are responsible for many elements of the race from planning and executing the Sport & Fitness EXPO to coordinating runners’ food, organizing relay exchange zones, delivering supplies, recruiting and training INFO volunteers, and working with course monitors. If you’re passionate about the Vermont City Marathon, enjoy helping others, and available Memorial Day weekend, please email Chuck regarding your interests.