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2021 Volunteer Opportunities

More than 7,000 volunteers contribute to the success of the Chevron Houston Marathon, Aramco Houston Half Marathon and the We Are Houston 5K presented by Aramco and Chevron each year! We couldn’t do it without all of HOU.

We will begin accepting volunteer registrations for our 2021 event in October, 2020. If you would like to receive communication when we open registration, please complete our form here.

Race Day FAQs

Groups

If you are interested in volunteering as a group for our 2021 event, please complete our interest form here and we will contact you with more information. Please note that we will not organize groups that have less than 20 volunteers.

Volunteer Perks

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.

Accessing Your Volunteer Account After Registering

Occasionally you may need to access details regarding your shift responsibilities or to cancel your volunteer shift. This information can be accessed by logging into your volunteer account here. If you are unable to find the information you need, please contact your Race Crew captain.

Thank you to our volunteers! You make the Chevron Houston Marathon Weekend Events happen, and we are incredibly grateful…

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.