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Special Olympics Southern California

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Crossing the finish line. Scoring a point. Celebrating with the team. Special Olympics Southern California (SOSC) is dedicated to moments such as these, because it is through these moments - and all the moments that lead up to them - that our athletes find strength, success, confidence, and joy. SOSC volunteers help make moments like these. They are on the field guiding the athletes through drills. They are behind the scenes supporting events and people. Street Team Ambassadors are our boots on the ground and help us spread the word about SOSC to motivate others to come to events and support our athletes. Our fun booths at various community events are set up by Street Ambassadors and attract visitors with fun games, contests, and information.


  • Identify various community events that would be appropriate for a SOSC info booth
    • Examples include: farmer’s market, resource fairs, large holiday events, ect.
  • Manage requests for SOSC booths at community events
  • Set up and break down of booth at events (or recruiting other Street Team Ambassadors to assist)
  • Manage volunteers at booth
  • Assist with booth activities like contests and games
  • Replenish materials when needed
  • Develop and distribute FAQ flyer to support booth volunteers in answering questions


  • 2 hour training on how to manage SOSC booth
  • Support before each event with supplies and materials


  • This is a flexible opportunity based on the number of community events requesting info booths
  • Approximately 10-20 hours per month depending on number of events
  • We’re starting our Street Team in the Los Angeles area, but want to expand it across the SOSC chapter. Volunteer Street Team Ambassadors should start in their local community


  • At least 18 years old
  • Looking outgoing, energetic, and friendly candidates
  • Fast learners with ability to think on your feet and problem solve
  • Must have superior customer service skills
  • Must be comfortable with public speaking
  • Must have access to vehicle with valid CA driver’s license and auto insurance
  • Criminal background check and application process required


  • Furthering the vision of acceptance, inclusion, and well-being for people with intellectual disabilities through sports
  • Networking opportunities with community members
  • Meet new people and SOSC athletes
  • Be a part of an international movement

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Children & Youth Community People with Disabilities


We'll work with your schedule.


Los Angeles CountyLos Angeles, CA 90030


  • People Skills
  • Public Speaking
  • Relationship Building
  • Public Relations
  • Market Research
  • Community Outreach


  • People 55+


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 5-10 hours/month depending on number of events

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