Volunteering is a great way to make a difference in our community and to help our program succeed. There are lots of ways you can volunteer within the club. If you have the time we encourage you to consider some of these roles within the club. We have given a brief explanation about each role and the estimated time commitment required. If you are interested in volunteering or have questions about helping, please send an email to
Board Member: 5 hours per week. Responsible for one of several key functions within the club (uniforms, treasurer, fields, etc). Volunteers are asked to commit to at least 1 year in the role. Need to attend all club meetings and activities.
Committee Chair: Time varies – Commitment to the success of a particular event or function. Committee Chairs include: Golf Tournament Chair, Annual Community Night Chair, Annual Parents Evening Chair, Sponsorship Committee Chair. Committee chair asked to take general direction from the board for an event and then take ownership of the event including planning meetings, recruiting and coordination of volunteer committee members.
Committee Member: Time varies – usually high during the event. Committee members are organized to support particular events. Committee members are asked to attend any planning meetings for an event and the actual event. Committee members are asked to help in any way asked to make an event successful.
Team Head Coach: 10+ hours per week. Directs training and all manages match situations (i.e. playing time, positions, etc). Responsible for player motivation, player development and will make final decisions about tournaments and other activities. For District teams (AA) coach is required to complete the USSF E License Course within the first year. For State teams (AAA) coach is required to have both the USSF E and USSF D License courses. Training provided and assistance in completing the required license courses.
Assistant Coach: 8-10 hours per week. Expected to participate in all training sessions, handle occasional match situations (at request of Head Coach). Also, generally asked to have a special focus (i.e. Keeper training). Expected to complete the USSF E License Course within first year. Training provided and assistance in completing the required license courses.
Team Manager: 2-4 hours per week. Responsible for all team related paperwork (i.e. registration, birth certificates, player card photos, tournament registrations etc), also coordinates travel for away games and tournaments. May carry out other assignments at the request of the head coach. Leads all the team parents in supporting the team and the coaches. Occasional club meetings to coordinate and share best practices among teams.
Team Photographer: 1-2 hours per week. Responsible for gathering digital photos from any team supporter and keeping a team journal of accomplishments and facts. Asked to submit a monthly summary of team activities to club public relations specialist. Occasional club meetings to coordinate and share best practices among teams.