Volunteer Responsibilities

*NEW STARTING SPRING 2017 – A one-time, volunteer fee of $100 will be charged upfront to each family at registration.  The volunteer fee ($100) will be refunded to you once you complete one volunteer job for each child registered with Elmbrook United. The fee will not be refunded until you complete the volunteer hours for your entire family.

Elmbrook United Family Volunteer Responsibilities

Elmbrook United is a non-profit organization that relies heavily on the volunteerism of our families and players.  We truly appreciate all our volunteers.  We couldn’t run Elmbrook United without you!

Recreational Players & Academy Players

1 club job for each child playing recreational soccer (2-1/2 – 3 hours)*

Total:  1 job – (2-1/2 – 3 hours)

Competitive High School Boys

1 club job for each child playing competitive soccer (2-1/2 – 3 hours)*

1 team job for each child playing competitive soccer (2-1/2 – 3 hours)

Total:  2 jobs – (5-6 hours)

Competitive U11 through U14 Players & High School Girls

1 club job for each child playing competitive soccer*

1 team job for each child playing competitive soccer

1 Elmbrook United Select Cup Tournament job for each child participating in the tournament

Total:  3 jobs – (7-1/2 – 9 hours)

*Families can choose to pay a non-participation fee of $100 per child instead of working their club job.  Payment of this fee does not excuse competitive families from their other volunteer commitments.  Competitive HS boys’ families must still work 1 team job for each child.  Competitive U11-U14 and HS girls’ families must still work 1 team job for each child and 1 Elmbrook United Select Cup job for each child participating in the tournament.

Club Jobs:   These are jobs that generally benefit the club as a whole, such as:  field relining, field drawing, soccer park maintenance,  garbage collection, Bob Buss Tournament worker, office assistant, concessions worker, division director, recreational coach/assistant coach, recreational manager, U6/U7 referee, special events worker.

Competitive Team Jobs:  These are jobs that benefit a specific competitive team, such as:  manager, treasurer, tournament registration person, Elmbrook United Select Cup Tournament representative, team statistician, team social director, photographer, indoor coordinator, team fundraiser, team website manager, first aid kit organizer.

Elmbrook United Select Cup Tournament Jobs:  These are jobs that contribute to the success of the Elmbrook United Select Cup Tournament, such as:  concessions worker, field marshal, parking attendant, soccer park maintenance worker/trash collector, field liner/drawer, registration worker.

 

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