Volunteers carry out 100% of SCRA activities, making them an integral part of its success. We value and appreciate the personal time and energy that volunteers give to our organization.
SCRA members are required to provide 100 credits (or 8 hours) of volunteer time per player, to a maximum of 200 credits per family by April 30 of the current season. Members who do not fulfil the volunteer commitment will be charged a non-fulfilment penalty. Volunteers make our program possible, so we strongly encourage our members to support your athlete’s sport by fulfilling your volunteer commitment. Get involved and have some fun supporting your athlete!
- 2019/20 Volunteer Opt Out Fee: During the registration process, families can choose to opt out of the Association volunteer requirement. The fee for this is $325 per player, to a max of $600 per family. This does not relieve the family of team volunteer roles.
- 2018/19 Volunteer Non-Fulfilment Penalty: Anyone who has not honoured their Association volunteer requirements from the 2018/19 season will see an additional charge of $250 (the amount of last season’s opt out fee) on this season’s registration.
If you have any questions about volunteering with SCRA, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at: firstname.lastname@example.org
SCRA Volunteer Opportunities
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SCRA Board and Program Volunteers: **Current needs include Board Secretary. Volunteer sign up links for our Evaluation Volunteers have been sent out – check your inboxes!
Check our volunteer postings for more info or to view current volunteer opportunities with the SCRA organization. Check back regularly as new position descriptions are added and/or updated. Please email our Volunteer Coordinator to sign-up for a position or for additional information.
Ringette Calgary – Volunteer Opportunities
The following opportunities with Ringette Calgary will count toward your SCRA volunteer credit. Please let our Volunteer Coordinator know if you take on one of these roles.
2020 Esso Gold Ring Tournament Committee:
- Small Nets Coordinator: Responsible for liaising with the quadrant volunteers who have signed up to be part of the Small Nets Committee to ensure small nets are at the arenas where they are required for the EGRT games. This involves determining a transfer list of nets and arenas, assigning the volunteers, and creating letters for the Arena Staff at both ends of the transfer.
- Vendor Coordinator: Responsible for liaising with the Ringette Store, photographer and any other vendors who are a part of the EGRT. This includes collecting signed contracts and deposits, arranging giveaways and answering any questions the vendors or facilities may have.
All of these positions require monthly meeting attendance (dates TBD) and availability for the team check-in evening and weekend of the tournament itself. More details are available upon request by emailing: email@example.com
Assistant Program Coordinator – Flex Ringette: Ringette Calgary is excited to launch the new Flex Ringette program! The assistant program coordinator will support the launch of the program, including all logistics required. The long term goal would be each year, the program has a coordinator and an assistant coordinator to transfer knowledge and ownership of administering this opportunity.
U12 Regional Championship Coordinator: With the transition of end-of-season Championships from a Provincial to Regional level, Ringette Calgary is in need of an overall Event Coordinator, starting immediately. This role will assist with host bid documents and act as oversight and a liason between the host associations.
If you are interested in either of these positions, please contact Ringette Calgary at firstname.lastname@example.org and CC our Volunteer Coordinator at email@example.com.