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Volunteering

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In collaboration with Visit Lillehammer, the International Office at INN University, Campus Lillehammer offer our exchange students the possibility of volunteering at a variety of events during their stay.

In the beginning of each semester, there will be held an information meeting regarding the different events students can volunteer at. For fall 2019, the main information meeting was held after the Orientation Day. For more information on the sport events in November and December, there will be held an extra information meeting in October. When and where will be announced later.


Events spring semester 2020

The 2020 FIS Alpine Europa Cup in Kvitfjell for men in Kvitfjell – 27.02-01.03.

For the second time, will the Europa Cup in Alpine be held prior to the FIS World Cup in Alpine. This is an important event for recruiting contestants to the World Cup. It is assumed that 80 to 90 contestants will participate in this Europa Cup.

Sign up through this link for volunteering during Europa Cup and/or World Cup.

 

FIS World Cup Alpine in Kvitfjell – 06.03-08.03.

The World Cup in Alpine is arranged for the 26th time, this year in Kvitfjell. The world’s best and fastest skiers will race down the mountain, which is acknowledged as one of the classic alpine mountains in the world.

Sign up through this link for volunteering during Europa Cup and/or World Cup.

 

X-games in Hafjell - 07.03-08.03.

X-games is an annual extreme sports event which will finally be held in Hafjell again. There will be a Big Air Saturday, a slopestyle Sunday and the new Knuckle Huck. X-Games in Hafjell 2017 had 17,500 spectators. Guests from all over the world took the trip to Hafjell to watch the contests.

Sign up for volunteering during X-games in this link.

 

The RAW AIR World Cup in Ski Jump – 09.03-10.03.

RAW AIR is a yearly Norwegian ski jumping tournament taking place in four different cities, over the course of 10 days. Last year was the first time the female athletes could participate in the tournament.

Sign up for volunteering during the Raw Air in this link

 

Lillehammer 2020 World Para Snowboard World Cup – 10.03-15.03.

Snowboard is a very popular branch for the Para athletes. This is the first time a World Cup in Para Snowboard is held in Hafjell. It is expected that over 60 contestants will participate.

Sign-up will be announced later.

 

Birken Skifestival – 14.03-21.03.

The Birken Skifestival is a tribute to the Ski sport, for everyone whom are interested in Cross Country no matter age and shape. You can choose between eight races, and you are guaranteed in finding one which suits you. The races are a training goal for many people throughout the year.  

Sign-up will be announced later.

 

Lillehammer 2020 World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup – 18.03-25.03.

The World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup, previously called the IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup, is an annual circuit of elite disabled alpine skiing competitions, competing in timed races within five disciplines: slalom, giant slalom, super G, downhill and super combined.

Sign-up will be announced later. 

 

Norwegian Championship 2020 – 23.03-29.03

Lillehammer Ski Club and the Norwegian Ski Federation, in collaboration with NRK, will organize Norway's first joint Norwegian Championship for the Ski Federation's six branches in March 2020.

Sign-up will be announced later.

 

The Norwegian Festival of Literature in Lillehammer – 25.05-31.05.

The Festival is Norway’s biggest Literature festival, which offers various events for readers of all ages. It is a great possibility to experience authors discussing their works and relevant societal issues with like-minded people on-stage. Each year, about 400 authors and artists from the whole world participates in the festival. The focus of the 2020 festival is on Spanish and Latin American literature.

Sign-up will be announced later.

 

Birken Run Festival – 13.06-15.06.

The yearly festival is one of the most famous running events in Norway. The tracks stretch out through various forest terrain. Participants choose between seven different races, where one can find distances that suits one’s own ambitions and level.

Sign-up will be announced later.


Events fall semester 2020

To be announced