Mark Richards, K1MGY writes on the PART of Westford list:
The Head of the Charles Regatta (http://www.hocr.org/) is a fantastically fun and exciting event for Amateur Radio public service. This premiere rowing event, attracting competitors from all over the world, relies upon Amateur Radio communications for coordination and medical support of both land and boat-based services along the beautiful Charles River.
HOCR has a need for at least three more communications volunteers.
On 21 October (Friday) the event holds a practice session for participants from mid morning to late afternoon. There are two land-based positions available.
On Saturday the event kicks off. There is one land-based position available.
There are no slots available for Sunday, 22 October, but I’m sure HOCR will put you on a reserve list if you’d like a slot there.
To serve, you need a decent dual-band hand-held radio and should have some experience supporting communications and working within teams. Familiarity with the Communications Standards used at the BAA Boston Marathon is a good starting point. See https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R6snQbpJ3MUzBzTEZ0c0VaRkU/view?usp=sharing
If you wish to apply, you may contact me directly through this email list
Mark Richards, K1MGY
or phone directly: 617 592 4392
I have several years of experience working this event and would be happy to give you more information.