Volunteers are needed to ensure our mini-league program runs as smoothly as possible and that all players stay active, interested, learn some soccer skills and have fun doing it!
We will be looking for parents, older siblings, and community members to step up and volunteer for the following mini-league positions. If you are at the field already, why not jump in and get active with your kids! It's also a great way for youth to get volunteer hours and spruce up their resume or for community members to get involved in our great organization. We are a registered organization for the Community Service Bursary Program and have had youth fulfill hours for the Duke of Edinburgh awards. For further information on coaching courses please go to our coaches tab.
Coaches or Co-Coaches
To ensure a successful mini league season we break up the organizational responsibilities between 5 people.
Our Technical Director (paid position) creates "session plans" for coaches to follow each week.
Our Mini League Coordinator oversees and helps the coordinator from each age group with organizing coaches, helpers and team sorting. They also set up our annual soccer photo session and work with our club staff on organizing the end-of-year wrap up day.
The U5, U7 and U9 Coordinators will provide support to the Mini League Coordinator and/ or The Technical Director to organize the club’s mini programs.
This support would include:
To put your name in to volunteer with our mini league, please fill out the following google form.
If you are interested in Coaching, Assistant Coaching or Managing a Youth CQ League Team (U11 and above) in 2023 please fill out the following google form. For more information on coaching requirements please visit our Coaching tab. If you have any further questions please reach out to our Youth League Coordinator Heather Doucette