Paris 2024 will mobilise 45,000 volunteers for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games: all you need to know to be part of the adventure
Today, Paris 2024 unveils its volunteer programme for the Olympic and Paralympic Games. 45,000 volunteers will be mobilised across France to contribute to the success of the world's greatest sporting event. Applications for the Paris 2024 volunteer program will open in March 2023, apply to be part of the adventure!
45,000 volunteers mobilised to contribute to the success of the Paris 2024 Games
For the Paris Olympic and Paralympic Games, 45,000 volunteers will be mobilised across all the official sites, including competition venues and other key sites such as the Athletes' Village, the Main Press Centre, training venues, railway stations and airports.
The assignments that may be entrusted to volunteers during the Games fall into three main categories: assignments to improve the quality of the experience of all those involved in the Games; assignments to improve sports performance; and assignments to facilitate the organisation of the Games.
Apply in March 2023 to be part of the adventure!
To be part of the adventure, make sure you visit the online platform when it opens in March 2023. Applying for the Paris 2024 volunteer programme will be via online questionnaire, which will take between 30 and 45 minutes to complete.
For more information on the eligibility criteria, details of the different assignments or the timeline for becoming a volunteer for the Paris 2024 Games, please view the press kit attached.
About Paris 2024
The mission of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024 Organising Committee, in accordance with the host city contract signed between the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the Comité National Olympique et Sportif Français (CNOSF – French National Olympic and Sporting Committee) and the Ville de Paris municipal authorities, is to plan, organise, fund and deliver the Olympic and Paralmypic Games Paris in 2024.
The Olympic and Paralympic Games are the greatest sporting event in the world, with unparalleled media impact. They bring together 10,500 Olympic athletes and 4,350 Paralympic athletes, respectively from 206 and 182 delegations, across five continents. They are watched by over 13 million spectators and 4 billion television viewers across the world, across a total of over 100,000 hours of TV broadcasting. They are without equal in sporting, economic and cultural events throughout the world, and this power helps to further their impact.
Set up in January 2018, Paris 2024 is headed by Tony Estanguet, 3-time Olympic champion and member of the IOC. It is run by a Board of Directors, on which sit all the founding members of the project: the CNOSF, Ville de Paris, the French Government, the Île-de-France regional authority, the CPSF, the Métropole du Grand Paris, the Conseil départemental de Seine Saint-Denis, representatives of the local authorities involved in the Games, civil society and corporate partners.
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