Volunteer-Sports Program Internship

Location: Minneapolis, MN (North Community YMCA Youth and Teen Enrichment Center 1711 W Broadway Ave)

Volunteer Opportunity Description

 

Job Summary:

The Sports Program Intern will gain valuable experience in the management of sports. The Sports Program Intern will collaborate in delivering, organizing, and administering program support to achieve benchmarks related to their specific internship requirements and branch needs. Sports programming spreads across the metro Twin Cities and the intern will network and build relationships with sports professionals throughout the Association.

 

Essential Functions: (Key Responsibilities)

  • Organize, deliver, and administer sports leagues, tournaments, recreation programs, and activities with the Sports Staff.
  • Use YMCA guidelines to instruct and coach youth sports programming.
  • Research competitor sports programs targeting youth and adults.
  • Build relationships with program participants, families, and members.
  • Develop knowledge in management of program budgets.
  • Implement sports marketing strategies

 

Requirements

 

Requirements:

  • Adhere to the YMCA Youth Sports and Values program philosophy
  • Positive role model for program participants
  • Volunteer application
  • Criminal Background Check
  • Signed Code of Conduct
  • Completion of online New Volunteer Orientation (NVO)
  • Concussion training
  • Recreation/sports management/Physical education
  • Business administration/management
  • Marketing/Communications
  • Coaching

 

Typical Physical Demands:

  • Will require bending, light lifting, and physical mobility.
  • May require standing for long periods.

 

Additional Notes:

 Preferred Qualifications:

  • Passion for youth
  • Good at collaborating with others
  • Friendly and Personable

 

This volunteer description represents the major functions of the position but is not intended to be all-inclusive. The Volunteer youth sports teacher is also responsible for taking direction predominately from the Sports program director, but also the Volunteer Champion.