California State Dominguez Hills Team Captain Fellow

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Organizational Overview

Coaching Corps is leading the field in how sports can be used to improve health, educational, and social outcomes for kids, and we are excited to spearhead a national movement of volunteer service on behalf of youth through sports. By taking Coaching Corps to scale, we will reach hundreds of thousands of kids in struggling communities across the nation.

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Position Overview

We are seeking highly energetic, passionate, outgoing, and committed students to serve as Team Captains. This fellowship is an opportunity for you to create positive social change by recruiting and supporting volunteer coaches, who will develop deep and meaningful relationships with kids in afterschool sports programs. As a Team Captain, you will develop your leadership skills while engaging communities through the transformative power of coaching. Plus, you’ll receive weekly mentorship from Coaching Corps staff throughout your academic year of service. Are you ready to join us in changing the game for kids?


  • Experience working with youth
  • Candidates with coaching experience is a preference, especially within Coaching Corps
  • Exceptional ability to recruit and engage volunteers
  • Excellent verbal and interpersonal communication skills
  • Must be a motivating and supportive individual
  • Highly organized and proactive


  • Hold position for academic year (semester: August - May; quarter: September - June)
  • Serve a minimum of 8 hours per week
  • Coach at least 1 season for 8-10 weeks
  • Participate in 3-day in-person retreat in Walnut Creek, California August 7-9th, monthly professional development activities, and weekly check-ins with supervisor.
  • Generate On-Campus visibility each semester by producing:
    • 300 Expressed Interest Sign-ups and/or 10 coaches onboarded to start coaching
    • Sign up to table and actively recruit at one campus fair
    • A total of 4 group presentations ex: classroom pitches or with other student orgs
  • Establish and lead the Student Body Organization on your campus


  • Recruit volunteer coaches who are serving kids in their local community
  • Assist with the management of volunteer coaches
  • Act as a proactive ambassador of the Coaching Corps organization
  • Identify the next Team Captain Fellow candidate by the end of the commitment
  • Complete end-of-season evaluations and a two-page reflection paper at the end of your service


  • Provide opportunities for kids living in underserved communities to play sports
  • Network with other individuals who are committed to social justice
  • Develop your skills in community outreach, volunteer management, communications, and database management
  • Build your resume and earn letters of recommendation
  • Receive a $1000 service award ($500 at the end of the fall and spring seasons)

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About Coaching Corps


310 Eighth Street, Suite 300, Oakland, CA 94607, US

Mission Statement

Coaching Corps improves the health, educational and social outcomes for kids living in struggling communities through the power of service and sports.


We believe that all children, regardless of where they live, should have access to the powerful experience of learning and growing through sports. Studies prove sports make kids healthier, more confident and more successful in school, but, unfortunately, kids growing up in low-income neighborhoods are often left sitting on the sidelines. Girls growing up in these communities are even more likely to be left out of the game. Our amazing team works hard to level the playing field so that every kid has a chance to play and grow.

Education & Literacy
Sports & Recreation


We'll work with your schedule.


1000 E Victoria StCarson, CA 90747



  • Community Outreach
  • Critical Thinking
  • Multi-Tasking
  • Networking
  • Organization
  • People Skills




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 5-8 hours per week
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