Volunteer

Volunteer Opportunities
Why Volunteer? flyer

Major areas for parents and players to volunteer include:
Travel: Field Days, Operate 4 USAI Tournaments, Team Management
Rec/Rec Plus: Coach!, Fields Days, Operate Game Days (line fields, snack bar, field marshal, season open/close tasks)

Fusion Fall Classic 2016
Fusion Fall Classic 2016 Volunteer Shifts 

Wednesday November 2: 5:30p-7pm:
6 people line fields at Avon Soccer Complex
6 people line fields at NWW
6 people line fields at Mary & John Geisse Soccer Complex
Thursday November 3:  5:30pm-7pm:
6 people line parking lots Mary & John Geisse Soccer Complex 

 

Please volunteer for FFC16 Field Days

Friday October 21 9am-noon: 10 people Northwestway Park.
Sat. October 22  9am-noon: 20 people Avon Soccer Complex
Sat. October 22  11am-1pm: 10 people Avon Soccer Complex
Friday October 28: 9am-noon: 10 people Mary & John Geisse Soccer Complex
Friday October 28: noon-3pm: 10 people Mary & John Geisse Soccer Complex
Saturday October 29  9am-noon: 20 people Mary & John Geisse Soccer Complex
Sat October 29  11am-2pm: 20 people Mary & John Geisse Soccer Complex


 

 

USA of Indiana RECREATION GAME DAY Volunteers

Volunteers are needed for Game Days.  Volunteer shifts are in two hour blocks. Volunteers are asked to arrive 10 minutes prior to start of shift. Locate your team’s assigned game day and choose the task  and time that best works for you.  Before or after your game is a great time to volunteer

Volunteer here to help run RECREATION games at Mary & John Geisse Soccer Complex

Volunteer here to help run RECREATION games at Avon or Brownsburg Soccer Complexes

Volunteer here to help with Field Days (all welcome, including players)

USA of Indiana Player Fundraising Program: Lucas Oil Stadium Concessions

VOLUNTEER HERE

 More info and Centerplate Handbook and Front line training quiz

The USA of Indiana Fundraising program offers “Lucas Oil Stadium Concessions” as a good option for a family to raise money to help pay for Club tuition and team based fees. Parents and players over 16 years old volunteer to sell concessions at Lucas Oil Stadium in exchange for a percentage of sales.  It’s a good opportunity for families to earn money to help keep soccer expenses reasonable.

 

VOLUNTEERS ALWAYS NEEDED 

United Soccer Club of Indiana Volunteers Needed
USA of Indiana works because of you and always needs volunteer leaders to help run the Club.
Open positions include:
1: Grant writer
2. Sponsorship Commissioner.
3. Chairperson of USA of Indiana Annual Auction, Awards Dinner
4. Chairperson of USA of Indiana Carnival Community Day

Members needed for the following Board Committees:
1. Sponsorship
2. Fields
3. Travel, Manager of the Team Managers, Team Manager
4. Recreation, age group commissioners, team manager.
5. Volunteer, volunteer coordinators for Rec, Travel, Indy Burn Cup, Pike Fest, Mayor’s Cup, Fusion Fall Classic

Email: Thomas Geisse


VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

Why Volunteer?
It’s an opportunity for you and your child to give back.  USA of Indiana is an all volunteer organization and needs your help to support its many activities.  As every player has a different level of ability and interest so does every parent.  USA of Indiana needs your talent, time and treasure to make the best possible soccer and life experience for our children.  It takes thousands of hours of work to provide the organization necessary for your officially sanctioned soccer player to step onto a properly prepared and safe field and play at an expected time and place, in a nice uniform, with goals and nets, with referees, with appropriate adult supervision, playing at a developmentally appropriate level, having received the highest quality of appropriate training available…. with a snack bar for healthy treats.

Ways to volunteer-no experience necessary-training provided:

  • Field prep – a Saturday morning before the season
  • Line a field
  • Uniforms – help distribute
  • Snack Bar – a few hours a season just before or after your child’s game
  • Coach your child’s team
  • Line up a sponsor for your child’s team
  • Board member, Commissioner, or Committee member

Every time your child steps out onto a soccer field, he or she is there because literally hundreds of busy people just like you dedicate some time to make it possible. All that is USA of Indiana cannot happen without the talent and dedication of our parents.  What can you do to help?   Our soccer players – need you.  Please volunteer. We are currently accepting commitments for Commissioners.

WHY COACH 5u-19u REC or Tots?
Enjoyable time spent with your child
You will have the support of the United Soccer Alliance of Indiana Coaching Staff
Coaching classes and supplies provided
You choose training days and times
No experience required
Register to coach online as you register your child

United Soccer Alliance Volunteers are the Best
The Top Ten Ways to Ask a Volunteer to Help You

If you are interested in volunteering please email USA of Indiana Director of Operations & Events Michael Morrison

What does a Board member do? (See Section Ten of By Laws)

Club volunteer needs today include Commissioners for Treasury, Travel, Recreation, Rec Uniforms, Travel Uniforms, Spirit Wear; USA of Indiana Board members, Sponsorship Committee members, Fields Committee members, and more.  Contact Thomas Geisse

USA of Indiana Volunteer Award Winners
Each year USA of Indiana recognizes volunteers for their outstanding contribution during the year.
Click here to view list of all award winners

USA of Indiana Award Winners
Each year USA of Indiana recognizes volunteers for their outstanding contribution during the year.

CLICK HERE FOR PICTURES OF THE 2015 AWARD WINNERS:
Click here to view list of all award winners 

Congratulations to:

USAI Travel Coach of the Year 2015 Max Hudspeth
USAI Travel Team Manager of the Year 2015 Lucy Karam
USAI Young Referee of the Year 2015 Isaac Alexander
USAI Volunteer of the Year 2015 Ana Gallegos-Adams
USAI 
Recreation Coach of the Year 2015 A. J. McAdams
USAI Recreation Coach of the Year 2015 Cary Wagner, Matt Kinley.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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