Volunteer


Every single volunteer plays a vital role in making CicLAvia the amazing car-free, event that Los Angeles loves.

Volunteer

Whether you’re eight or eighty, an individual or with a group, there are many ways for CicLAvia fans to donate a few hours to the event. 

Before the event, these passionate people help us

  • Engage the community along each route
  • Inform residents and businesses how to participate
  • Organize our day-of logistics
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On CicLAvia day, enthusiastic supporters help

  • Provide participants with route and activity information
  • Assist with managing the merchandise and materials at Hubs
  • Serve as Route Angels – the eyes and ears of CicLAvia within the action of the route
  • By volunteering as a group to manage CicLAvia participant traffic at crossing points
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CicLAvia is pleased to join with LA 2024, the U.S. bid for the 2024 Olympic & Paralympic Games, to promote their Volunteer Service Program, which will spotlight opportunities in 2017 for Angelenos to make a difference in their communities through volunteer work and community service with the bid and its nonprofit partners. In recognition for their service, participants will receive priority consideration for volunteer opportunities during the Los Angeles 2024 Olympic & Paralympic Games. 
By volunteering with LA 2024 and working to improve our diverse communities, Angelenos will show the International Olympic Committee our city’s abundant Olympic spirit and readiness to support the Games in 2024.

To participate in this program make sure to opt in following your volunteer sign-up.

To learn more about LA 2024 and their Volunteer Service Program, please visit LA24.org.

 

Year-round volunteer opportunities:

Sign up to the Volunteer Mailing List 

Sign-up to Volunteer:

As an Individual:

Event Volunteer Opportunities

With a Group:

Adopt-an-Intersection Program

More information:

Volunteer Rewards Program
Volunteer Guidelines
Volunteer FAQ
Volunteer Spotlight

2016 Adopt-an-Intersection Volunteer Groups:

The Valley - March 6, 2016

Arleta High School Students • Arroyo High School - Key Club •  American Society of Civil Engineers at CSUN • El Camino Real - National Honors Society 2015 - 2016 •  GenKP •  Ismaili Community Engaged in Responsible Volunteering •  KOA/ Crain & Associates  •  MOM Ridaz  •   North Hollywood Roller Derby •  Valley Academy of Arts & Sciences - Key Club 

Food Donation by:

Chipotle - Granada Hills

Chipotle - Van Nuys

Southeast Cities - May 15, 2016

Boy Scouts of America (Cub Scout 419 & Crew 419) •  Santa Monica College - Alpha Gamma Sigma  •  Los Angeles Derby Dolls  •   Semillas Wellness •  Human Services Association - LA •  College Track Watts  •   King/ Drew High School - Key Club 

Food Donation by:

Chipotle - Compton

Chipotle - Downey

Iconic Wilshire Boulevard - August 14, 2016

Arroyo High School - Key Club •   California Conservation Corps  •  California Academy of Math and Sciences - Key Club  •  Girl Scouts of Los Angeles  •   Jiatong/ Chiao Tung University Alumni Association of Southern California  •  Division 3 South Key Club  •   Los Angeles City College - Circle K •  Los Angeles Derby Dolls •   South Gate High School - Key Club  • Downtown Ketchum YMCA

Food Donation by:

Chipotle - Downtown Los Angeles

Heart of LA - October 16, 2016

Alverno Heights Academy  •   Associated Students of Planning + Development at USC   • Bravo Medical Magnet High School - Key Club   •   Jack & Jill of America - Inglewood Chapter  •   King/ Drew High School - Key Club  •  Los Angeles Derby Dolls  •  Los Angeles City College - Circle K •  North Hollywood High School Students   •    Rosemead High School - Key Club   •  Santa Monica College - Alpha Gamma Sigma  •  Semillas Wellness  •  South Gate High School - Key Club  •  South Pasadena High School - Key Club  •  Triangle Fraternity at UCLA   •  Wildwood School    •  youTHink   

Food Donation by:

Whole Foods Market - Downtown Los Angeles

 


 

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CicLAvia is pleased to announce that we have been certified by Points of Light as a Service Enterprise! A Service Enterprise is an organization that fundamentally leverages volunteers and their skills throughout their organization to successfully deliver on its social mission.

Research conducted by the TCC Group, a national program and evaluation firm, found that organizations operating as Service Enterprises outperform peer organizations on all aspects of organizational effectiveness, and are more adaptable, sustainable and capable of scaling their work.

CicLAvia completed an extensive assessment, over 20 hours of training and consulting and extensive internal planning and change to better integrate volunteers in our day to day operations. By achieving this level of excellence and certification, CicLAvia Inc. is now better equipped to leverage the time and talent of volunteers and better meet our mission.


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