We are no longer accepting applications for Crew 52. Please be sure to follow us on our Twitter and Facebook for continued updates from the Bold North! All candidates were required to complete the official volunteer application.
We will have a variety of volunteer opportunities throughout the Twin Cities, including supporting our
Host Committee events, assisting with directions at transportation hubs and in skyways, greeting at the
airports and hotels, and more! No matter what your role, you will be representing the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee as we welcome visitors from around the world.
During the 10-day lead up to Super Bowl LII, we will welcome more than 1 million guests to our region.
Some of our guests will be visiting Minnesota for the first time, and we want to make sure it is not their
last. Our volunteer team will often be the first point of contact for visitors and their friendly source of
Due to the scale of the program, we cannot guarantee that you will be in the same role as your
friend/family. We will ask all applicants to specify their preferences as to where and when they would
like to volunteer. While we will take this information into account when assigning roles and shifts, we
cannot make any guarantees.
We welcome everyone to apply and don’t have any restrictions where you are coming from. To apply,
you will need to provide either your social security number, non-US passport number, or applicable visa
number. If you do travel to volunteer, you will be responsible for your own accommodation and travel
expenses. Please note there are a number of steps you must attend in person, including your face-to-
face interview and applicable training sessions.
Yes, all volunteers will receive, at no cost, an official Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee volunteer uniform kit that is yours to wear for every shift and to keep after the event. The uniform kit will include a jacket, polo, hat, and more.
You must be at least 18 years of age to apply.
We will not have any opportunities to volunteer inside the stadium on Super Bowl Sunday.
Social Security Number is required in order to complete the mandatory background check.
The Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee requires a background check to ensure the safety and
security of all our volunteers and guests.
You should have received an email from us confirming the successful submission of your application.
Within the email are instructions on how to log into your volunteer portal. We ask that you regularly
visit your portal as we will share all the latest important information regarding the next steps and your
required actions through the volunteer portal and direct emails to you. This summer, you will receive an
invitation to come to our recruitment center for a face-to- face interview as the next step in the process.
After you attend your face-to- face interview and successfully pass the background check, you will be notified via email. Please ensure you include your most current email address during the application process.
Volunteers will need to be available to volunteer throughout the period of January 27 - February 4,
2018, and commit to complete a minimum of three shifts during this time.
In advance of Super Bowl LII, we will have opportunities to volunteer throughout 2017. When completing your application, please check the relevant box so we understand your availability.
- Complete face-to-face interview at the recruitment center: Fall 2017
- Attend Volunteer Orientation: Fall 2017
- Attend Role Specific Training: January 2018
- Complete at least 3 volunteer shifts during Super Bowl week, January 27 - February 4, 2018. Shifts are approximately 4-6 hours in length.
The interview process will take about 60 minutes for each applicant. We want to make sure each
volunteer is a good fit for our team. During your interview, there will also be a brief information session.
All volunteers must be willing to volunteer for a minimum of 3 shifts, each approximately 4-6 hours in
length. Volunteer Captain shifts will be approximately 8-10 hours in length. To support the successful
delivery of the event(s), you must plan to complete the entirety of your confirmed shifts.
Yes, volunteers are required to attend all relevant training sessions, including Orientation and Role-
Specific training. Volunteer Captains will also be required to attend a leadership training. Training sessions
will be held from late 2017 – January 2018. Venues for training will be confirmed at a later date.
First, add email@example.com to your email contact list to ensure your server doesn’t block
our emails. Then, check your SPAM email folder or Promotions folder to make sure our emails haven’t
been pushed there.
By logging into your Volunteer Portal, you can check and update the information you provided in your
application. In addition under the ‘History’ section of your dashboard, you can review all
communications we have sent you, including email and any applicable texts.
Most questions can be answered here in the FAQs, which is the quickest way to get the answer you need. We recommend you read the entirety of the FAQs. However, if you still don’t find an answer, please email the volunteer team at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will respond within five (5)business days.
We will be offering positions throughout the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. Most positions will be available during Super Bowl week from January 27 - February 4, 2018.
Later in the year, we will provide you with the opportunity to specify your preferences regarding where you would like to volunteer. In assigning roles and shifts in late 2017, we will seek to combine your application data with your interview information and preferences. We will do all we can to meet your preferred choices, but due to the scale and complexity of the program, we cannot make any guarantees.