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Volunteer Opportunities


COMMITTEE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES


Each committee, when possible, will have 2 co-chair members and additional members for committees that require more assistance.  Additionally, we would like each committee to be represented at each board meeting or to submit a report if you cannot attend.

FIELD AND EQUIPMENT

Responsibilities include putting up nets and lining fields before the season begins, as well as maintaining them throughout the season.  They will hand out coaches bags at the beginning of each season and replenish anything each coach may use during the course of the season.  Also, taking inventory of all supplies and providing a list to the Board for replacement.

SPONSORS

They are responsible before season to get the number of sponsors needed, so each team is represented by a local business.

FUNDRAISING

Responsible for researching fundraising opportunities and organizing the fundraiser with the Board and parents.  (i.e.:  item pickup, payment collection)

CONCESSIONS

Responsibilities include organizing approximately 5 home dates per season, buy all items, setup/cleanup before and after each game, organizing volunteers and preparing a basic income and expense report.

REGISTRATION AND DRAFT

They will need to be available for the registration dates and assist with inputting all player information into our soccer software program.  Also, they will help organize the player s for each age division for drafting.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Organize the end-of-season party, including ordering trophies, and organizing picture day.

HEAD OF COACHES

Recruit coaches, plan training and coaching sessions and communicate throughout the season with coaches regarding anything that may arise.

UNIFORMS

Order, separate and distribute uniforms.


INDIVIDUAL VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

COACH/ASSISTANT COACH

Having two coaches for each team lessens the burden of attending all practices and games.  Most games are on Saturday with an occasional weeknight game.
What we ask of you:
    1.  Agree to a background check.
    2.  Read and sign Code of Conduct
    3.  Attend coaching and training sessions when possible.
    4.  Hold two practice sessions a week throughout the season.  Suggested times: U6 (45 min.); U8/U10 (60 min.); U12+ (90 min.)
    5.  Communicate well with the board, parents and players.
    6.  Provide structured practices with skills and drills that are fun for the young ages and challenging for the older players.

ADOPT-A-TEAM

We all know younger kids look up to the older kids in awe and the club would like to capitalize on that affect.  U14 and U19 players can adopt a younger team and help the coaches run drills and show the players how to perform these drills with success.  Who better to demonstrate than an actual player?!?

TEAM PARENT

Responsible for submitting game reports to the paper, notifying the team of practice/game changes or cancellations, hand out team uniforms and organize the snack list.

FIELD PREP

Before each season begins, check out goals, nets and line the fields.  This takes longer in the spring as we have to reline the fields after the winter. 

FIELD STRIPING

Once a week each field needs to be lined.

FIELD SETUP

On game days, the flags and benches need to be put out.  At the end of each game day, these items must be picked up and garbage cleaned up. 

CONCESSIONS

Work a one hour shift in the concession stand selling snacks, drinks and hotdogs.

WEBSITE UPDATING

Update the website with team rosters, schedules, pictures, tournament information, board meetings and any info we need to get to the parents.