All volunteers, regardless of the stand you are in or the role you are performing, must wear the following attire. If you arrive to the venue with the wrong attire, you will be asked to purchase black pants and a white shirt from the venue. $15 will be charged to your Islander Foundation account much like the ‘NO SHOW’ penalty.

For all venues:

  • PANTS – Black (preferably NOT Jeans) – NO SHORTS!
  • SHIRT – White, collared, button up, with NO printing, long or short sleeved
  • SHOES – No open toed or open heeled shoes (preferably black dress or tennis shoes)

Allianz Field and Target Field concessions are run by Delaware North Corporation and require all volunteers to complete either:

– Tipsy training course (for members who do not want to lead at Stans), or

– ServSafe training course (for members who want to lead at Stands) and pass an alcohol serving procedure exam.  The certificate is good for 3 years.

16+ years of age can volunteer at these venues.

U.S. Bank Stadium and the University of Minnesota concessions are run by Aramark and require all volunteers to complete TEAM or TIPS training and a three-hour orientation sessions.  Please click the following link to access the course: TEAMTrainingUSBS (

16+ years of age can volunteer at these venues.

Xcel Energy Center and Target Center concession stands are run by Levy Corp and require all volunteers to complete and pass the Levy training course.  Please click the following link to access the course: ://  Only 18+ years old can volunteer at these venues.

Each concession corporation (Aramark, Levy, Deleware North Corporation) and venue has their own set of procedures and guidelines for handling and preparing food.
Volunteers must pass an alcohol training exam. When volunteering at alcohol-related events, please be sure to follow all guidelines you were taught in training. We cannot afford to let long lines or frustrating customers hurry us into mistakes and lack of following procedure. Make sure to ask for proper identification and verify age from all customers.

Serving alcohol requires great responsibility, and, failing to adhere to training and procedures could severely impact the Islander Foundation. Venues complete compliance checks at various stands to ensure that volunteers are strictly following their training. Non-profit organizations and/or individual volunteers who are not found in compliance could face the following consequences:


  • Volunteer not being allowed to volunteer any more and / or fined
  • The Foundation not getting our own stands and / or fined
  • The Foundation losing its contract with the venue to place volunteers


Each concession operator maintains their own training requirements. Volunteers must complete the necessary training and, if required, pass the appropriate test to volunteer at a concession stand.