One Generation Fighting for the Next
There is a variety of ways to get involved with HuskyTHON – no matter what level of involvement you want, there’s a place for you. The most common way to get involved in HuskyTHON is to register as a Dancer. If you’re not ready to commit to the entire time or just want to help out, you can register as a Volunteer. If you’re looking to get even MORE involved, you can be your team’s Dancer Representative, apply to be a Morale Captain, or apply to be on a committee. HuskyTHON offers an incredibly personable way to give to Connecticut Children’s. Join us in our efforts in being All in For The Kids.
Volunteer: Those who cannot commit to the full 18 hours, but still want to remain involved by offering their help during the event for one (or more) three-hour shifts.
Dancer: Individuals who help raise funds and awareness for Connecticut Children’s by dancing for 18 hours at the dance marathon event in February.
Dancer Representative: A representative from each team who serves as the main point of contact between their team and the HuskyTHON Management Team.
Committee Member: Individuals who work alongside their respective Management Team member to execute numerous yearlong responsibilities in preparation for HuskyTHON.
Morale Captain: A group of individuals who are tasked with enthusiastically inspiring others to get involved in HuskyTHON throughout the year, as well as exciting fellow dancers during the event itself.
Management Team: A group of 28 individuals who lead HuskyTHON efforts year-round and orchestrate the eighteen hour dance marathon in February.
Rising Leaders: A new leadership development program for first-time participants. It provides a chance to go behind-the-scenes and experience the planning that goes into HuskyTHON!
Applications: Please fill out the corresponding application on this page if you are interested in any of the following leadership positions: Management Team, Morale Captain, or committee member.
If you are interested in becoming more involved, have any questions, or would like more information, please contact our Executive Director.