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Founded in 2010 , the Thunder City Derby Sirens (TCDS) is a DeLand-based 501(c)3 non-profit, skater-run and operated roller derby league that strives to be a safe, encouraging, and positive space for anyone that wishes to join us. Our team focuses on bettering ourselves and each other, both on skates and off while working with other local non-profit organizations in our community relating to women’s health & issues, children, animals & the environment. Most of all, we focus on empowering each other through fitness, motivation and camaraderie. We welcome everybody, regardless of age, background, or situation to become a part of our derby family! Come see us play at The Rink in DeLand, and contact us for more information.
We need help with setup and breakdown and game-day operations!
Game-day Operations: Assisting us with getting our venue ready for the game. Duties may include things such as helping to load/unload our supplies, assisting with track set up & breakdown, sound booth set up & breakdown, etc.
Non-skating Officials (NSOs): NSOs do all the jobs that allow the bout to take place and play a vital role in the game such as keeping track of the score, time and penalties. We’ll teach you everything you need to know!
Licensed Medical Volunteers: Bumps, bruises & breaks unfortunately happen in roller derby,Medical licensure and certification might include: * Certified First Responders (CFRs), Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), or Paramedics * Physician with sports medicine, orthopedic, and/or emergency medical experience * Athletic trainer with CPR training * Licensed Practical or Registered Nurse with current CPR training and sports medicine, orthopedic, and/or emergency experience * Nurse Practitioner or Physician’s Assistant with current CPR and sports medicine, orthopedic, and/or emergency experience