Recruitment of city volunteers for the 2018 world Cup begins in Yekaterinburg
Volunteer at the center of the football world Cup 2018
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EKATERINBURG, March 21. /TASS/. Set the program “City volunteers” to help in organizing and holding events of the world championship on football of 2018 begins today in Ekaterinburg, have informed in a press-service of city administration.
“Set the program “City volunteers” starts in Ekaterinburg on March 21. The volunteer centre will hold a quiz with questions about the confederations Cup 2017 and world Cup 2018, and will also talk about the opportunity to take part in the biggest sporting event in the world”, – have informed in city administration.
The press service noted that in the near future, the volunteer center will hold the presentation of the program “City volunteers” for the students of schools and colleges, and for employees of several major corporations.
All Ekaterinburg has to prepare one thousand volunteers . “They will create a holiday atmosphere in the city, to navigate and informing fans of the 2018 world Cup. The main locations that will help volunteers – tourist information points, pedestrian routes and transport hubs, as well as on the festival fans FIFA, which is located in Yekaterinburg, on the territory of Park of a name of Mayakovsky,” – said in the city administration.
Apply on the website ekaterinburg-2018.ru to participate in the volunteer program of the City volunteers can be anyone. It is important that the candidate for the city volunteers turned 16 years old (on may 10, 2018), and that he had knowledge of the English language at a basic level, the upper age limit no.
Earlier it was reported that in October 2015 the volunteer center of the Ural Federal University received the official status of the centre for training volunteers for the world Cup 2018. Just to ensure matches of the 2018 world Cup in Yekaterinburg, he must prepare three thousand volunteers for two programs – “the Volunteers of the organizing Committee” and the “City volunteers”.