Without volunteers, there would be no AfterBurn. Did you know that the number of tickets available is not dependent on the size of the venue, but is determined by the number of volunteers who sign up for shifts before the gate opens?
There’s a volunteer role to appeal to everyone. Here’s a quick reference guide to AfterBurn departments:
Rangers volunteer in service of the safety and well-being of the community by acting as non-confrontational mediators, providing reliable information and facilitating public safety. Rangers are primarily concerned with life safety issues, maintaining the community’s standards, and resolving conflicts by helping participants solve their own problems using non-confrontational mediation. Responding to the ever-changing environment, Rangers address within our community situations that would otherwise require outside intervention. By encouraging and facilitating communication, Rangers promote awareness of potential hazards and provide non-authoritative assistance for conflict resolution. If you’ve never volunteered for Rangers, you must complete an onsite safety training at Ranger HQ before signing up for an Alpha Ranger shift.