OMGBA uses the DIBS system to manage all volunteer hours. A DIBS volunteer account is setup automatically for each family as part of the registration process for the traveling basketball season.
Volunteer activites are added to the DIBS calendar when they become available. Volunteer hours are claimed via the DIBS tab on the top far right menu bar on the OMGBA webpage.
Please refer to the Volunteer Program Guidelines for a current overview of the OMGBA Volunteer requirements.
Questions regarding DIBS account activity and volunteer hours are to be directed to:
Sell tickets for entrance into tournament. This job involves handling money and giving change. Must be an adult only and from different families for shift.
Set up concession stand prior to games starting, make food, sell concessions, spirit wear during shift. Clean concession area as needed and close after games end. Can be 12 years old if working with parent.
Keep official score book for basketball games. Must stay until final game of of volunteer shift is done. ie: (Game goes into overtime). Must be 18 years old.
Run scoreboard and time clock for basketball games. Must stay until last game of volunteer shift is over. ie: (Game goes into overtime.) Must be 18 years old.
Floater will be assigned to position by site supervisor. Job will entail helping out in any aspect of the tournament needs. ie: (running time clock, helping concessions during lunch rush).
What is Dibs?
When can I complete my Dibs volunteering?
Can I volunteer at some other time during the OMGBA travel season?
When can I sign up for my Dibs volunteer shifts? (The Dibs Page says "You have no Dibs session")
How many shifts must I work to fulfill my Volunteer obligation?
The only Dibs shifts left are for Time Keeper (score clock operator), can I do anything else?
Can someone else cover my Dibs shift?
What if at the last minute I can't cover a shift I signed up for?
How do I prove I covered my volunteer shift(s)?
Why do I have to give OMGBA a Dibs deposit check?
How can I learn more?