MetroLacrosse is looking for male and female coaches for its youth teams this spring!
Volunteer coaches serve as the front line of MetroLacrosse programming with 2-3 coaches assigned to each team. We are looking for motivated individuals with lacrosse experience to help coach one of our teams. Coaching requires a commitment of attending the majority of sessions and serving as a mentor to the players on your team. Here are the details for the upcoming spring:
Dates: April 11th – June 18th
Locations available: Chelsea High School (Chelsea) and Franklin Field (Dorchester)
Practices: Practices are from 6-8pm twice per week (Mon/Wed or Tue/Thu).
Games: Games are held on Saturday mornings between 10am-12pm.
Teams: Rookies (3rd+4th grade): Chelsea Girls & Boys. Dorchester Girls & Boys.
Youth (5th+6th grade): Chelsea Girls & Boys. Dorchester Girls & Boys.
Juniors (7th+8th grade): Chelsea Girls & Boys. Dorchester Girls.
There is an additional coaching opportunity that includes a stipend or the opportunity to fulfill college course credit requirements. There is an application for this position.
If interested in coaching or applying for the stipend position, contact Pat Cronin
Other Volunteer Opportunities:
If you are interested in any of the opportunities below, email us for more information and the Volunteer Form.
Spring Saturday Volunteer – Can’t commit to a whole spring season? Help MetroLacrosse on Saturday mornings at Chelsea High School or Franklin Field for 2 hours a week. In addition to coaching a team, responsibilities include field setup and clean up, running on-field activities during practices and games, and following MetroLacrosse coaching expectations.
Lacrosse Stick Stringing – Put your stringing skills to good use. MetroLacrosse is looking for people of all ages to string lacrosse sticks for our participants. Want to share this opportunity with your friends? Send them our stringing flyer.
Job Shadowing – MetroLacrosse supports participants’ aspiration for college and career by offering job shadowing opportunities during school vacation weeks. We welcome volunteers who are able to mentor and help participants with the development of these goals by hosting 1-5 student-athletes for a one-day job shadowing experience. Job shadowing volunteers are required to work in an environment that welcomes the opportunity to host and support the development of young adults; prepare a thoughtful, enriching, and well-planned job shadowing experience for participants; communicate in a timely manner with MetroLacrosse staff to ensure logistics are well executed; and be reliable.
Special Events – MetroLacrosse hosts a number of different events throughout the year. These events range from charity lacrosse tournaments to fundraisers and we always need the extra help of reliable volunteers to make them happen. Event volunteers are expected to arrive on time and remain actively engaged while at the event; have a flexible, “do anything” attitude; be comfortable interacting with MetroLacrosse constituents such as participants, families, and donors; and be able to work within a team.
Development Committee – The MetroLacrosse Development Committee works to expand the fundraising capabilities of the organization through various strategies and personal connections. These strategies include, but are not limited to:
- Introducing MetroLacrosse to new foundations that align with our mission
- Generating attendance for fundraising and volunteer engagement events
- Securing a major gift from an employer or nominating MetroLacrosse to be a beneficiary of a corporate philanthropic program at your company
- Providing names and contact information for MetroLacrosse’s Annual Fund Campaign
- Hosting a donor cultivation event at your home or office
- Securing in-kind donations of goods and/or services
- Increasing our volunteer pool by referring potential volunteers to complete the online volunteer registration form.
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