All Access Sports and Recreation and Northside Community Center


Special Events - Disability Awareness Day 2022

The City of San Jose is no longer requiring volunteers to provide proof of vaccination/booster shots in order to volunteer at City-sponsored events. On the day of the event, staff will conduct a quick Health Survey. Masks are not required but are strongly recommended. No experience is necessary! All tools and instruction will be provided. Please bring a filled water bottle, snacks , and wear closed toe shoes. Dress for the weather! The event will be held--rain or shine!

 

Disability Awareness Day is a celebration of unity, inviting the entire community to participate while promoting awareness and appreciation of people with differing abilities. It also provides educational opportunities for the general public to understand the many barriers individuals with disabilities encounter in our society. You will be tasked with an assignment on the day of the event. Areas of support include but are not limited to food service, parking, and registration. Please be prepared to fill out a release form prior to your shift if you are 17 and under - Parent Signature in this case will be required!

Important--All COVID-19 protocols will be followed for now. Please stay home if you are sick. A Health Survey is required before entry.

NoteAll persons under 17 must have a parent's signature. Community service hours are given for middle and high school students!

To find the document click the link: https://www.sanjoseca.gov/Home/ShowDocument?id=61834

Qualifications Required

  • Able to Lift Must be at least Up to 25 lbs.
  • Age Must be at least 13+