Volunteering with LSC - Rec Express

 

LSC - Rec Express Volunteers

LSC - Rec Express is a non-profit organization and relies on volunteers to keep the league running. Volunteers are the backbone of LSC. They work behind the scenes to provide us with a smooth and fun soccer experience.

 

Thank you to all volunteers who help to keep our organization running smoothly. Who is volunteering next week? Click on any of the volunteer links below to see where you can help. We have a number of different options available! Questions? Contact our Volunteer Coordinator at niccole.martinez@londonderrysoccer.org. You will receive your full volunteer refund ($25 per player) for your service once it is complete.

Click here for volulnteer slots (descriptions below):                                            www.SignUpGenius.com/go/20F0F4CA4AB2BA3FA7-volunteer1 

Volunteering Links:

Head Coach: Running a team from nuts to bolts. This position includes sending e-mails to your team to communicate important dates and time (unless you have a Team Parent), setting up and running practices (U8 and above), coaching during games, and encouraging good sportsmanship and development in your players. Please click on the Registration tab and coaching link to register.

Assistant Coach: Assist the head coach in all their duties. This position needs to be available to make it to practices and games to help foster team unity and development, and be prepared to fill in if the head coach is unavailable. Please click on the Registration tab and coaching link to register.

Concessions: This is a 2 hour shift in the concession stand serving customers and working with the cook staff. This is an easy task, and you will be shown what to do at the start of your shift. This is also a great way to meet other soccer families as they come to the window!  

Set-up: This person can show up before the games start to help get nets ready and set up flags, signs, and other items that are needed for Saturday games.  

Clean-up:  After the U8 division teams wrap up their games, the nets and sandbags need to be moved off the field, and field signs brought back to the concession stand. Nets and sandbags are stored against the fence and at the edge of the hill. In addition to this, the volunteer person would pick up any trash left behind and collect any items that need to be put in the lost and found. ** MUST complete TWO field cleanup shifts (1 hour each) to qualify for Volunteer Fee Refund.

Field Marshal: This is a 2 hour shift on the fields. You will be assigned a field( or fields) to work, and you will be keeping an eye on the spectators to ensure they are following the rules (how close to the line to sit, etc), being respectful of the refs and coaches, and showing good sportsmanship. We will provide a basic outline of behaviors that are expected, and suggestions on how to handle different situations.  

End of Year Wrap Up: The last day of the season when we need help putting balls away, organizing left over uniforms, and emptying team bags. 

Field Lining: Help line the fields! They can be lined while your child is practicing! We will provide supplies needed and show you how. It’s easy. Really. E-mail Niccole if you want to help in this way to get more details.