Do I have to volunteer?
The success of WBC is directly related to key roles filled by volunteers. In addition to the role of volunteer coaches, which is a key role for WBC, volunteers are needed to assist with evaluations, spirit-wear, score keeping, game timing, and miscellaneous fundraisers. Additionally, WBC will be hosting tournaments at the SEA and a large number of volunteers will be needed for what is expected to be a huge-fundraising event for the Club.
How many hours do I need to volunteer?
Parents are expected to volunteer a minimum of 4 hours per player. All parents should complete the Volunteering Info Form.
What are the volunteer opportunities?
In addition to coaching, team parents, and board member positions, all of which entirely fulfill a player’s volunteer requirements, there are a number of hourly volunteer opportunities including:
- Evaluations: Assist with registration check-in, spiritwear, uniform fitting, and jersey trade-in table
- Games: Scorekeeping and timing
- Fund-Raisers: Culvers night out, brat stand, summer league committee, and tournament-planning committee
- WBC-Hosted Tournaments: Assist with concessions, spectator fees at door, scoreboard, game timing, scorebook, waiver form collection, or just be a general helper to assist where needed.
What if I don’t want to volunteer?
Player parents who do not want to volunteer should complete the Volunteering Info Form and submit payment a $50 check payable to WBC.