Intramural Employees

IM Officials

Apply to be an Intramural Sports Official today!

  • Starting pay rate is $10.00/hour
  • No qualifications or skills are required and no experience is necessary
  • Mandatory training provided for each sport
  • Officiating apparel and equipment provided
  • Flexible scheduling offered
  • Student staff are encouraged to participate in intramural sports
  • Leadership and advancement opportunities available

Officials applications are accepted throughout the year: Apply Here
 

2019 Fall Semester Officials' Training Dates

*Note: Officials hired for the sport are compensated for training time

Date Sport Time Location
8/28/19 9v9 Soccer Officials Training TBD 124 WAR
8/28/19 5v5 Basketball Officials Training TBD 124 WAR
10/13/19
Dodgeball Officials Training TBD 124 WAR
10/21/19 Volleyball Officials Training TBD 124 WAR
10/21/21 Flag Football Officials Training TBD 124 WAR

 

2020 Spring Semester Officials' Training Dates
*Note: Officials hired for the sport are compensated for training time

Date Sport Time Location
1/22/20 5v5 Basketball Officials Training TBD TBD
1/27/20 IWP Officials Training TBD TBD
3/20/20 4v4 Flag Football Officials Training TBD TBD
3/23/20 Indoor Soccer Officials Training TBD TBD
3/24/20 Softball Umpires Training TBD TBD


Working for Intramural Sports

The Intramural Sports program provides job oppurtunities to Virginia Tech students as officials and scorekeepers to assist in maintaining one of the best programs in the country.  To join our officiating staff, you must attend all mandatory training sessions for the sport in which you are interested in officiating.


If you're interested in working for the Intramural Sports Program, fill out your application online to be an Intramural Official or Intramural Scorekeeper.

To ensure you have the correct paperwork to complete the application process, please follow this link.  In addition to the paperwork, each potential employee will need to also need an ORIGINAL COPY of a federal identification document (e.g., U.S. Passport, Social Security Card, or Birth Certificate) as well as a Photo ID (e.g., Driver's License or Hokie Passport).  All documentation must be prepared in advance of the payroll meeting which will be assigned during the training sessions.