In addition to a Team Manager, T2 is looking for part-time Coaches/Site Assistants! If you would like to make some extra money and support a good cause in the process, let me know!
Our website is www.T2EA.com.
CALL FOR T2 COACHES
TEAM TO END AIDS (T2) endurance training program is looking for qualified athletes in the Washington Metro Area to serve as marathon training coaches for the inaugural 2011 season and prepare T2 participants to complete the Marine Corps Marathon, Chicago Marathon, Honolulu Marathon or the Rock ‘n’ Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon. Candidates will have run at least two marathons and preferably more. They will be assigned one of the four weekend training sites to completely oversee and manage. They must embrace and understand the run/walk methodology for marathon training. They are a leader – someone who inspires and motivates others to achieve this accomplishment. They have great organizational skills and are comfortable speaking to a large group of people.
A T2 coach comes in contact with the participants more than any other staff member of the program. Therefore, they are someone who represents the policies, mission and goals of the program and of AIDS United and the Washington AIDS Partnership. They support each and every participant in accomplishing their goal of running a marathon and raising money in the fight against AIDS.
Pay is $100 per weekend session with a possible bonus at the end of the training season. Training starts Saturday, May 14th and goes through the end of October (middle of December for the Honolulu Marathon coach).
CALL FOR T2 SITE ASSISTANTS
TEAM TO END AIDS (T2) endurance training program is looking for qualified candidates in the Washington Metro Area to serve as T2 Site Assistants for the 2011 training season (May through December). Site Assistants provide the T2 Coach with administrative and organizational assistance for each weekend training session (Saturday or Sunday). This assistance includes, but is not limited to, marking the running course, transporting water, volunteer assignment/management, checking on runners on the course, and reporting to staff. Former participants in the AIDS Marathon Training Program (the former program) are preferred but not required.
Site Assistants are asked to work every other weekend except for longer runs where both site assistants at a site will be needed. Pay ranges from $40 for shorter runs up to $75 for longer runs.
Interested applicants for Coach or Site Assistant should send an email of interest with a brief description of qualifications to T2EA@aidsunited.org