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Volunteer for Double Up

Volunteer for Double Up

GOALS Provide sculling hours outside of coached programs Retention of new members Relationship building among members Description Utilizing experienced rowers (Level 2 & 3) this initiative serves to provide mentors for novice rowers (new and Level 1 rowers) who desire time on the water outside of coached program hours to improve their technical skills for

National Learn To Row Day Volunteers

2017 National Learn to Row Day is  Saturday, June 3rd.  We are looking for some enthusiastic volunteers to engage with the community about the Atlanta Rowing Club and the sport we love.  It is also a great way to get in some volunteer hours. The schedule has been updated this year to allow for groups of

Adaptive Rowing Volunteers

Adaptive rowers are often in shells that require someone to steer or to stabilize the boat. Consequently, every time we take an adaptive athlete out on the water, we need volunteers to take the bow seat. Throughout the year, the adaptive rowing program also hosts and participates in special events for which volunteers are needed.

Volunteer For Learn to Row

ARC members are welcome and encouraged to help teach prospective rowers about rowing and help demonstrate techniques used on and off the water. Volunteers will help in several ways including: on the ergs dock rowers sculling boat set up, getting in/out rowing sweep barge bowing in doubles rowing in eights Learn To Row Classes are held