The last edition of the Jeux de Montréal was a success, thanks to the implication of our volunteer team!
In order to organize a 47th edition that children will remember for the rest of their lives, we are once again asking for your participation.
Please note that applications are now closed for this year, as the team of volunteers is now complete!

The privileges of Jeux de Montréal volunteers
  • Receive the official Montreal Games jersey
  • Discover behind the scenes of a major sporting event
  • Transmitting the spirit of the Montreal Games
  • Be recognized for his contribution as a full member of the team
  • Receive a meal for volunteer shifts of more than 4 hours
  • Be invited to the recognition evening
  • Receive an accreditation card during your first volunteer shift

 

FAQ
  • How to become a volunteer?

Simply by filling out the registration form.

  • What is the minimum age to volunteer?

The minimum age to volunteer is 16. However, some positions are reserved for adults. Children aged 12 to 15 can register as volunteers but must be accompanied by a responsible adult who is present at the same time as them on the site.

  • What are the different volunteer sectors?

Competitions: Site management, link with sports responder and volunteers.
Logistics: Transport material, assembly-disassembly, parking (closing party).
Participants experience: Home participants and public, Fan zone, opening ceremony and closing party, mascot accompanist.
Marketing: Shop, social networks, public relations, visibility.
Volunteer Management: Volunteer Lounge

Know more about the jobs

 

  • What are the different competition venues?

Aréna Étienne-Desmarteau, Aréna Saint-Michel, Centre Étienne-DesmarteauCentre Pierre-CharbonneauCentre sportif Côte-des-neiges, Collège André-GrassetComplexe sportif Claude-RobillardComplexe sportif de Saint-LaurentÉcole Joseph-Charbonneau, Horizon Roc, LaurenHill Academy JuniorLaurenHill Academy SeniorLe Taz

  • Do you have to be available every day to volunteer?

No, you can make yourself available for half a day, all day or just for an evening.

  • Can I be paired with my friend, relative or colleague during my volunteer shift?

Of course! Simply mention it during the telephone interview with the person responsible for recruiting volunteers. We will try to satisfy your request.

  • Can I come with a group (company, organization, etc.)?

Yes, you can contact the volunteer management team directly, to discuss the appropriate formula for your group.

  • If I am no longer available to serve as a volunteer, what should I do?

Contact the volunteer management team as soon as possible to pass on the information. It is very important that we are informed of absences because each volunteer is necessary, so it must be replaced so as not to compromise the smooth running of the event.

  • Will there be a briefing and training session?

In March, all volunteers are invited to volunteer training. This training is mandatory. This is an opportunity to learn more about the Montreal Games event and meet your team! Training times and locations will be communicated to volunteers in the volunteer schedule confirmation email.

 

  • The charter of JDM volunteers

Represent the spirit of JDM
Be punctual, diligent and respect your commitments
Wear the dress code
Listening and available
Be honest and respectful
Tolerance 0 (alcohol, tobacco and drugs)

 

  • To reach us

By email: [email protected]