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Special Olympics volunteers can get involved at the State level, or offer their services locally at a Special Olympics Maryland Program in their community. Some volunteers offer a few hours of their time a year at specific events, while others work several hours a week year-round. Whatever your interests, talents, background and availability, there are volunteer opportunities for you, from a one-day position as a scorekeeper at an athletic event, as a licensed health care professional volunteering time to provide event-based health support, to ongoing involvement on a planning committee for competition and special events.
Who we are: Special Olympics is where athletes with intellectual disabilities celebrate and are celebrated for their accomplishments. It’s often the first time that our athletes have truly taken center stage and been recognized as individuals. And the focus is not limited to sports. In diverse areas like healthcare, leadership training, legislative self advocacy and employment, Special Olympics takes a leadership role.
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