Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association seeks volunteers

  • Wednesday, March 22, 2017 1:30am
  • Sports

Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association is recruiting adults to volunteer in the youth soccer program. Volunteers do not need to have children in the program, or prior experience, to help out.

Planning is underway now for the 2017 season. Registration opens April 1. Camps are running through the spring and summer.

Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association board member positions are open. They must attend the monthly board meetings of SnVYSA … held the second Monday of each month from 7 to 9 pm, except December. They work with the webmaster to create and keep content for your area updated with current information, offerings, or upcoming changes.

Other open positions include the VP Administration which is the Chair of the Disciplinary Committee and orders equipment and maintains inventory. Registrar, oversees annual player registrations, runs reports and submit player data to appropriate authorities, maintains Risk Management database. Snoqualmie Club Representative, oversees player registration for the city Club, forms teams (secure coaches, assign players), assigns fields, distributes/collects equipment, holds coaches’ meetings. Referee Chair, oversees and coordinates training of in-house referees, schedules Grade 8 referee licensing clinic, maintains database of current referees, oversees game assignments and keeps referees updated of any changes, submit payroll to Treasurer at mid-season and end of season. Communications/Social Media/Marketing/Fundraising Chair, advertise and promote upcoming events through social media, local papers and SnVYSA website. Maintain social media sites. Create quarterly newsletter that is distributed to the membership via email, website and social media.

The Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association welcomes questions. For more information email info@snvysa.org. The openings above are currently being taken on by current Board members with other responsibilities.

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