Member Documents and Information
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This year an annual administrative fee of $5.75 is charged when Basic members join or renew and execute the USRowing annual waiver. There is no change to Championship member dues.
In preparation for practice and competition, we want to ensure everyone has updated their USRowing Membership and signed their online waiver. All membership activities will be completed through USRowing’s new Membership Portal. Please find instructions below, or click here for tutorial videos.
If this will be your first USRowing membership, click 'Join' and follow the prompts to choose a membership level and then sign your waiver. Information about membership levels can be found here. *Note: The primary email you provide here will be used for password resets. Enter the email of the individual who will most likely be managing this account. USRowing can change this if necessary.
Rowers who already have accounts can click ‘Members’ and enter their member number and password. If you don’t remember the password, click ‘Set/Reset’.
With a membership and an online waiver signed, you are ready to compete!
The Indianapolis Rowing Center does not want finances to inhibit someone from rowing out on beautiful Eagle Creek Reservoir. As part of our mission, we provide rowing to youth and adults of all social and economic backgrounds. IRC offers financial assistance to be used towards our membership, programs or classes. There are 3 opportunities for financial assistance:
I. Application – a member seeking financial need can fill out an application stating their case and the Fund Development Committee decides on the amount to grant. The member will be responsible for the remaining balance and will be required to volunteer an additional 8 hours to IRC.
II. Boathouse assistant – a member not requiring financial need but looking to help out around the boathouse in exchange for a reduction in membership fees and/or program fees will be awarded this position. IRC is looking for a maximum of 3 boathouse assistants. The member will volunteer a minimum of 28 hours between April and October. This equals one hour per week. Hours can be fulfilled by completing 1-2 projects a month (given by boathouse manager), or one hour a week of general cleaning (boathouse, bathrooms, ergs, etc.) These hours can be fulfilled whenever is convenient for the member. If interested, email Jen your availability and skills (carpentry, contractor, etc.)
III. Learn to Row (LTR) assistant – a member not requiring financial need but looking to help out with learn to row classes in exchange for a reduction in membership fees and/or program fees will be awarded this position. IRC is looking for a maximum of 2 LTR assistants. Member will HAVE to be available for all of the learn to row classes, to help with set up, coaching, rowing or coxing. There is one class a month, broken into two 3 hour sessions. Most classes are scheduled for the first Monday and Wednesday of each month, beginning in April and ending in October. If interested, email Jen your interest and availability.
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