High School Students Can Earn Community Service Hours

High School Students Can Earn Community Service Hours

Are you ready to help make a difference in your local community? It is time to get involved with USYVL!

We are seeking high school volunteers to coach and help younger kids learn the basic skills of volleyball. USYVL operates co-ed youth volleyball leagues for kids ages 7-15. Our leagues group players into four age divisions 7-8, 9-10, 11-12, and 13-15.

Volunteers are crucial component to the success of our leagues. This season we have programs in over 60 locations where you can come share your time and talents with young volleyball players in your local community. Volunteer coaching is a fun way to get involved and work with young players.

Students who volunteer with USYVL can receive up to 40 community service hours. Volunteering as an assistant coach for USYVL is a great way to fulfill high school requirements or community service hours that students need to complete. The weekly time commitment for volunteers is generally three to four hours per week.

Each league has a dedicated Clinician (Volleyball Instructor) that supervises the local site. Under the direction of the Clinician, volunteer assistant coaches monitor kids and guide players through drills, lessons, practices, and games.

If you love playing volleyball and enjoy working with kids this is a perfect opportunity to give back to the community.

If you are a high school student or know someone that is interested in volunteering with USYVL for community service hours, please fill out the form below or contact our Program Director, Veronica Sanchez at 1-888-988-7985.

High School Community Service – Volunteer Form

Click here to sign up online!