Did you know that MCAA is a 100% volunteer run, non-profit organization? Everyone involved from the Executive Board and Directors to the coaches, assistant coaches, team parents and people helping at games and practices are all involved with one goal in mind, to give our players the best experience possible!

Do you want to help but aren't sure how? Each season we welcome as many volunteers as are willing to help our programs run smoothly. None of our volunteer oportunites require any experience and we have many people who can show you the ropes. 

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Coach

Youth sports coaches design and teach basic sports strategies to an assigned group of players. Their role is to lead all team activities and to teach valuable sporting skills such as the rules of the game, teamwork, fair play, and sportsmanship.

  • Develop practice plans
  • Run team practices
  • Run games
  • Ensure all team members get equal playing time.
  • Work to improve team unity and sportsmanship.
  • Emphasize skills development including safety, fair play, and sportsmanship.
  • Set realistic and age-appropriate expectations for team members.
  • Ensure proper sideline behavior from team members and parents.
  • Ensure the safety of the team during practice sessions and games.
  • Maintain team equipment
  • Communicate with sport director and MCAA Board as needed
  • Primary communication with team families

Team Parent

  • Assist with team communication
  • Track team volunteer hours
  • Provide parents with volunteer opportunity information
  • Hand out pictures/uniforms/equipment
  • Miscellaneous administrative duties as requested from coach and/or MCAA

Assistant Coach

An assistant coach supports the head coach, ensures that equipment and facilities are maintained. Assistant coaches may also supervise practice sessions, maintain training equipment, and organize team events.

  • Assist with the development of training plans.
  • Facilitate and supervise practices
  • Build a positive team environment.
  • Ensure all team members get equal playing time.
  • Emphasize skills development including safety, fair play, and sportsmanship.
  • Ensure proper sideline behavior from team members and parents.
  • Ensure the safety of the team during practice sessions and games.
  • Communicate with sport director and MCAA Board as needed
  • Assist with communication with team families

Additional Opportunities

Pre/Post Season Cleanup (Baseball, Soccer, Softball)

  • Pre-Season Cleanup days are scheduled prior to season start
  • Post-Season Cleanup days are scheduled by mid-season
  • Hang/Remove nets (soccer)
  • Assemble/Pack up equipment bags
  • Raking, weeding, cleanup as needed around complex

Field Raking - Baseball & Softball

  • To keep diamonds in great shape the infields need to be raked before and after each use
  • Rakes are stored at each field 
  • Rake out lumps and cleat marks in the dirt
  • Raking takes about 10 minutes with 2-4 people assisting

Lining Basepaths - Baseball & Softball

  • 2 people needed prior to each game to line the basepaths with Lime
  • Equipment and instruction will be provided

Scoreboard Operator - Baseball (Majors Only)

  • Utilize the electronic scoreboard to track runs, strikes, balls and outs as called by the umpires
  • No knowledge of the game required, just need to sit within hearing distance of the umpire

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