Two ways to create your family members
In order to register more than one member of your family you must first have accounts set up for each member. The easiest way to manage this is to create these accounts prior to your event application. If you have already applied for the event and then want to register others in your family, you can do this as well by following the following instructions. This article walks through registering a family member for a trip AFTER you have already registered for that trip.
If you have already registered/applied for a trip, then please follow the steps below.
If you have not, please note it's simpler for you to create your family accounts prior to registering for the event.
Go to your personal profile and access the Manage Household menu option. To access your personal profile, click on the "My Dashboard" link found at the top right of the screen (next to your picture).
Once on your Dashboard, look at the menu on the left side of the screen and click "Manage Household".
NOTE: You will be leaving the event page for the moment.
Click the the "Add" button in the upper right hand corner.
Once the information is complete, click "Save changes". The new family member should now show in your list.
You can add another member by clicking the "Add" button again.
Go back to the original event.
Depending on your current application status, you will see one of two options. If you see "Awaiting Approval", you cannot apply for other household members at this time, as your own application needs to be approved before you can apply for others.
If you see "Applied", there should be a drop-down arrow on that button. Click that drop-down to select "Apply for Household Members".
You will be prompted to select which members of your household are registering/applying for each event. You can select one or multiple members at this time. If you have already applied, you should see a designation next to your name.
NOTE: If you are still missing a family member, please start back at Step One to walk through adding another household member.