PORT WASHINGTON SOCCER CLUB VOLUNTEER POLICY
We need your support!
By volunteering, you not only give back to the soccer community but also set a great example for your child and their teammates.
All PWSC families with a player in Community, Academy, or Select soccer are required to complete ONE volunteer session over the soccer year.
What counts as my ONE session?
To meet the requirement you just need to do one of the following:
Be a Coach or Assistant Coach for any team from Short Stuff to Select.
Be a Team Manager for your player's team.
Volunteer as a PWSC Board Member.
Line the fields one night (1-2 hours).
Volunteer at the Beer Garden (Aug 19), 2-4 hours session.
You can opt-out of volunteering for the year by paying a $75 non-refundable opt-out fee.
Together we can create a great soccer experience for everyone in the community.
The Head Coach is responsible for leading and overseeing the development of the team. hey create a fun and engaging environment while providing guidance, instruction, and mentorship to the players. The Head Coach plans and leads age-appropriate training sessions and team strategies, focusing on skill development, teamwork, and sportsmanship. . The Head Coach promotes a positive atmosphere, where the emphasis is on enjoyment and skill acquisition rather than competition. They play a vital role in creating a foundation for young players to develop a love for soccer and build a solid skill set.
The Assistant Coach works closely with the Head Coach to support the development and success of the team. They assist in planning and conducting age-appropriate training sessions, providing individual and group coaching, and reinforcing the team's strategies and game plans. Assistant Coaches also offer feedback and encouragement, and help create a positive team culture. The Assistant Coach plays a crucial role in creating a positive and supportive environment, where young players can develop a love for the sport while building a strong foundation of skills.
The Team Manager takes on the administrative responsibilities necessary for the smooth operation of the team. They act as a liaison between the coaching staff, players, and parents, ensuring effective communication and coordination. . Their organization, attention to detail, and strong communication skills are vital in supporting the team and enabling a positive experience for everyone involved. They assist in coordinating practice schedules and game logistics, ensuring that parents and players are well informed about upcoming events and changes.
Field Lining volunteers will be responsible for helping line the fields for one field lining session. The process to line the field is fairly easy and depending on the number of volunteers this take less then an hour to complete. Check out the video below to see just how easy this is. How to Line the Fields Video