Volunteer for the Journey to the North Pole™ Event!

The following is a brief description of the different volunteer positions available to guide you in deciding what job is right for you. Due to the changes being made for this year, we are requiring all volunteers to join us for both performances each evening. If you are not able to stay for both, we ask that you join on us on another night when you are able.  Volunteering spots are limited so we would like you to sign up early as we will not be able to accept additional volunteers at the last minute due to safety protocols. Food will be provided for volunteers each night.

 

Become an Elf! What’s your elf name? Join us for some of the most fun you’ll have all holiday season! This season there are two elf positions you can choose from!

 

Guide Elf (Maximum: 6 per night)

Shift Times: 3:45pm-9:30pm (North Conway)/3:45pm-9:00pm (Lincoln)

 

Become a Guide Elf and greet guests as they arrive at the North Pole. Guide them up the path with the glow of your lantern and lead them inside the theater to enjoy a show! After each performance assist in guiding them safely down to the train. Each guide elf will stay with their assigned group of guests.

 

• Stage Elf (Maximum: 6 per night)

Shift Times: 3:45pm-9:30pm (North Conway)/3:45pm-9:00pm (Lincoln)

 

Become a Stage Elf and make Santa’s Workshop come alive. Stage Elves make toys, sing songs, and dance when guests are visiting Santa’s Workshop. Stage elves will stay in Santa’s Workshop.

 

*Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we have had to eliminate the volunteer position of Chefs aboard the train, however we are looking for some people in a paid position that would be available to work each night of the event.

 

Volunteers play an important role in much of what we do and there are many volunteer opportunities in conjunction with our events and programs. Volunteers are needed throughout the year for a variety of literacy and educational projects and programs.

 

Believe in Books Literacy Foundation looks for volunteers year 'round, but especially towards the holiday season. Being a part of the Journey to the North Pole™ Event is a very rewarding experience. The looks of joy on the faces of our guests, young and old alike, is guaranteed to keep you coming back... some of our volunteers have been with us since the beginning! Whether this is your first season, or you are a veteran, we’re glad to have you on our team and look forward to sharing this season with you.

 

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, call 356-9980 or email katie@believeinbooks.org.

Volunteer Benefits

There are many great benefits to volunteering for BIBLF,

here are just a few...

• Only our Volunteers are applicable for SCHOLARSHIPS to use for purchasing books and supplies to support their educational pursuits after High School!

 

• Only our volunteers are eligible to purchase Journey to the North Pole tickets, in advance of the general public, for specific dates.

 

• Volunteers are invited to participate in SPECIAL EVENTS and SOCIALS to celebrate the great work they do!

 

• Volunteers make great FRIENDS and meet other like-minded people with a passion for community service and a love of literacy!

 

• Earn special RECOGNITION as we celebrate your volunteer achievement both in house and at events!

 

• Have FUN taking part in the various stages of our great events & programs that wouldn’t be possible if it wasn’t for YOU!

Believe in Books Literacy Foundation & Journey to the North Pole™, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization: 41 Observatory Way, P.O. Box 1800, Intervale, NH 03845  (603) 356-9980

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