Volunteers (Erin-Hillsburgh Minor Hockey Association)

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Help Us Help the Kids! 

Our organization simply can not run without the dedicated help of our volunteers. It is a rewarding experience with many different levels of participation.

FILL OUT A VOLUNTEER APPLICATION FORM HERE: Volunteer Application Form
  

U7 (CHIP) Preschool/Initiation Program
The EHMHA U7 (CHIP) is a fantastic way to get started as an on-ice volunteer. These folks are the future coaches and bench staff of our organization.  If you wish to help out on the ice, you must:

·        Be 12 years of age or older

·        Be a member in good standing of EHMHA

·        Have completed Speak Out or Respect in Sport Activity Leader courses and have acknowledged Rowan’s Law

·        Have a clean vulnerable sector police check completed within the past 3 years (where 16 years of age and older)

·        To be a rostered head coach, assistant coach or trainer please refer to certification requirements 
         EHMHA reimburses 50% of the cost for certifications for those in rostered bench positions

If you are interested, please fill out this FORM and a member of the executive board will contact you. 
Contact U7 (CHIP) Director
with any questions

 

Local League Bench Staff

Support our players by helping out on the bench or the ice.  This is an exciting position and puts you where the action is! If you wish to help out on the bench or ice, you must:

·        Be 4 years of age older than the players on the ice

·        Be a member in good standing of EHMHA

·        Have completed Speak Out or Respect in Sport Activity Leader and Gender Diversity courses and have acknowledged
         Rowan’s Law

·        Have a clean vulnerable sector police check completed within the past 3 years (where 16 years of age and older)

·        To be a rostered head coach, assistant coach or trainer please refer to certification requirements.  EHMHA reimburses 
         50% of the cost for certifications for those in rostered bench positions

If you are interested, please fill out this FORM  and a member of the executive board will contact you. 
Contact
[email protected] with any questions

 

Rep Bench Staff

Support our rep players by helping out as Head Coach, Assistant Coach, Trainer or Team Manager. 

·        Be on the lookout for our call for Head Coaches each season.  All coach selections are made through a neutral panel
         interview with members of the Executive Board

If you wish to help out on the bench or ice, you must:

·        Be 4 years of age older than the players on the ice

·        Be a member in good standing of EHMHA

·        Have completed Speak Out or Respect in Sport Activity Leader and Gender Diversity courses and have acknowledged  
         Rowan’s Law

·        Have a clean vulnerable sector police check completed within the past 3 years (where 16 years of age and older)

·        To be a rostered head coach, assistant coach or trainer please refer to certification requirements.  EHMHA reimburses
          50% of the cost for certifications for those in rostered bench positions

If you are interested, please fill out this FORM and a member of the executive board will contact you. 

Contact
[email protected] with any questions.

 

Executive Board Volunteering

The executive volunteers work year-round behind the scenes. These hidden heroes bring in a mix of skills that support every aspect of our organization.  These positions are usually longer term and some require specialized skills. It is important that our executive represent all age groups and work closely as a team. New members are always welcome!  Some positions are elected, some are appointed. For information on the status of the current executive click here . For more information on the executive roles and duties see our By-Law page.

 

General Volunteering 

We are always looking for volunteers to help us throughout the year. Short term assignments are available and a great way to meet others.  A simple way to get started is to simply get in touch with the program director throughout the year to see what help they might need.


 
 
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