Thank You 2018 Volunteers!
2019 Volunteer Opportunities
Race Crew registration for 2019 will open in October 2018.
The Chevron Houston Marathon weekend events depend on each individual volunteer to create a successful event. Select a role below to learn more.
Memorial Hermann IRONMAN Sports Medicine Institute EXPO
Friday, Jan. 18 & Saturday, Jan. 19
Welcome each of our 2018 participants to the Memorial Herman IRONMAN Sports Medicine Institute Expo at the George R. Brown Convention Center. The EXPO is often the first stop for many runners, bringing months of planning and preparation to life. Share in the anticipation of race day and wish this year’s participants ‘good luck’ by registering to volunteer at EXPO.
We Are Houston 5K
Saturday, Jan. 19
Are you running on Sunday or just can’t wait to get the weekend festivities started? Join us Saturday morning for a volunteer opportunity with the ABB 5K. From gear check to the finish line, we need volunteers every step of the way.
Chevron Houston Marathon & Aramco Houston Half Marathon
Sunday, Jan. 20
Race day would not be possible without the help of our reliable volunteers. Learn more about opportunities to help our runners cross the finish line.
Friday, Jan. 18 – Sunday, Jan. 20
Doctors, nurses, EMTs – we need them all! Our team of medical professionals are crucial to our race operations and the safety of our runners. Medical volunteer positions are available throughout the weekend.
Besides being part of Houston’s largest single-day sporting event, Race Crew members receive exciting perks like:
- Race Crew T-Shirt
- Race Crew Jacket*
- Virtual Event Bag
- Volunteer Certificate
- Entry into RunFest festivities
- Free parking
*Available for shifts that take place on Sunday only. Limited quantities on a first come, first served basis. Sizes will not be guaranteed.
If you’re interested in volunteering as a group this year, please fill out the Volunteer Group Interest Form and our team will respond with further details.
Save a Life with Hands-Only CPR
On race weekend the Houston Marathon Committee coordinates medical coverage along the course and at the George R. Brown Convention Center. Public safety officers, EMS, and over 500 medical volunteers make this one of the safest races in the country, but we still need your help. The partnership of our medical team, spectators and participants can create a broad safety net for all participants. This is especially important in the rare but real possibility of a cardiac arrest on the course. You can help bridge the gap between the time when a person has a cardiac arrest and when definitive medical help arrives. Hands-only CPR is that bridge. By watching this video, you will develop a better understanding of how hands-only CPR works.