How to: Your Volunteer Participation Records

The new website is well, new, and that means that things aren’t where you have always found them. We know that can be pretty intimidating, so we’re helping out. This is part of a series of blog posts designed to help members find their way on the new SCCA.com.

To find your volunteer participation records, you must be logged in. Click on your name in the upper right corner. The first option on the menu is profile page. On your profile page, you will find personalized information catered to your SCCA experience.

For this action, you need to look on the left side, under SCCA Membership.  Click on Volunteer Participation and you are directed to a list of past events worked.  Your events should all be listed and on the right side, you are given the option to Add Volunteer Participation on the right.  Once you reach that page, select the date of the event you worked, then choose the individual event from the Event dropdown.  This will display events five days previous and five day beyond the date you entered.  The name will be shown exactly as is on the SCCA.com Events page.  Complete the rest of the form with the days and specialty worked.  Once you click the “Add Volunteer Participation” button, you will be directed back to your participation page and the new event should be listed.

Any more questions about this topic? Simply leave a comment and somebody will help you find what you’re looking for.

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Elizabeth R Miller

Every year I spend dozens of hours doing administrative work planning the upcoming season, but I've never been able to record those hours, I guess because they aren't tied to a specific event. Is there a way to change that? It would be nice to have that work recognized. Thanks.

Peter H.

This is very important for the newbies too.

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Thanks!

Steven J.

Lets try to keep things relevant to the Sports Car Club of America and standards.

Peter H.

We are working on an addition to the system that will give the event location (i.e. track or facility) in the event description. This is a work in progress.  The challenge comes from the fact that we use the event name exactly how it is provided to the national office in the sanction requests. Each region uses a different naming system, but they are almost universally vague.  Please be patient as we continue to improve the new website and expand its capabilities. height adjustable desk melbourne  Thank you!

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