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Looking for a fun volunteer opportunity? Coaching Corps could be a great fit!
Remember what sports did for you as a child? Did they teach you about teamwork, responsibility, and taking care of your health? Coaching Corps is a non-profit organization that believes every child should have access to quality sports. We are expanding in the Bay Area and are looking for great volunteers to help us grow in your community! College students and community members are highly encouraged! In our mission to improve the health, educational, and social outcomes for kids through the power of sports and play, Coaching Corps recruits, trains, and places volunteer coaches at after-school programs in underserved communities.
Coaching Corps aims to find quality coaches to serve as positive role models and mentors to under-served youth who may not have access to sports without you. Sports help kids build self-esteem, get exercise, succeed in school, and gain positive relationships with a mentor and role model in their lives. Sign up today to volunteer as a coach at www.coachingcorps.org.
Shannon Burns at 510-496-5114 or firstname.lastname@example.org
There is no experience necessary. We will train you, and you will never coach alone (unless you want to)!
Join the Coaching Corps movement, and coach a team today! Coach youth for one 8-10 week season A simple 1.5-6 hr/wk commitment Training and placement in a local afterschool program. Build your resume while making a huge impact on the lives of young people!
We have opportunities in the East Bay, South Bay, Peninsula, and San Francisco. Call or email us today to learn more, or get started at www.CoachingCorps.org.