Volunteers (Waterloo Ravens Girls Minor Hockey Association )

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DID YOU KNOW? WGMHA is made up of all volunteers except for the position of Ice Scheduler, which is paid as this position required someone who could be trained in this specific position. We do not have an office – just a mailbox and a phone. All coaches and staff on the bench are volunteers; all Executive positions are volunteers. Hundreds of volunteer hours go into running the WGMHA. Many volunteers go unnoticed, silently working behind the scenes in order to produce a hockey program second to none. This very web site you are reading is manned by a volunteer in order that we can get information out to everyone as it becomes available. Our volunteers are important and imperative to this organization. Why not consider stepping up now – you will meet wonderful people and learn valuable skills. No matter how little time you can give it will help.

We are always looking for new volunteers and if you are interested in helping throughout the year please send an email to us.

STUDENTS - looking for Community Service Hours for High School? We are looking for students to fill hours at our Waterloo Fall Challenge Tournament. Some teams may also require on-ice help throughout the season. If you are interested in volunteering please contact us here and let her know how you can help.

Information for Volunteers:

The links below pertain to Volunteers and or other members of the Ravens organization.
DID YOU KNOW? WGMHA is made up of all volunteers? Why not become one!

Volunteer Opportunities:

Learn to Skate Program

Assisting on the ice teaching the next generation of Ravens hockey players. The Learn to Skate program is about teaching girls ages 4-6 how to skate. The program takes them from beginners or never-evers to get them ready for the next stage - Rookie Ravens. As they are just learning a high number/ratio of volunteers are required to assist. The program is run in conjunction with University Waterloo hockey players; volunteers provide assistance to individual skaters with encouragement and sometimes a hand up.
This is a great opportunity for young Ravens to give back to the organization or volunteer with friends or teammates. Also for parents with kids in the program who would like to be involved on-ice.
Program runs Sunday afternoons at RIM Pillers, generally 3p-4p. Begins in October.

Rookie Ravens Program

Once again assisting on ice helping Rookie Ravens take the next strides in their progress before playing Novice hockey. Follow-up or the next level program to Learn to Skate. Assisting and instructing the participants with fundamental skills and improving their skating to to playing fun intra-squad games {cross-ice}. The Rookie Ravens program doesn't require as many on-ice helpers as the Learn to Skate program as the girls already have the basic skating skills. Again this program is run in conjunction with the University of Waterloo hockey teams; volunteers provide on-ice support to individual skaters and help with organizing drills and flow.
This is a great opportunity for young Ravens to give back to the organization or volunteer with friends or teammates. Also for parents with kids in the program who would like to be involved on-ice.
Program runs Sunday afternoons at RIM Pillers, generally 4p-5p. Begins in October.

Ravens Powerskills

Limited opportunities for additional on-ice volunteering. The Powerskills program is a combination of powerskating and shooting for Ravens players of all ages looking for extra ice time and improving two important fundamentals of hockey - skating and shooting. Both which should help in scoring more goals and improving the Ravens' skills.
This program is run in conjunction with the University of Waterloo hockey teams; volunteers provide on-ice support to  and help with to the instructors organizing drills and flow, moving pucks etc. 
Program runs Tuesday evenings at Waterloo Rec Centre, generally 530p-630p. Starts in October.

Ravens Goalie Clinic

Looking for volunteers to shoot on the goalies. Helping the instructors to work on specific skills for goalie training. Great opportunity for Ravens and others with above average shooting ability to get some extra repetitions on-ice and helping to provide quality training for the current and next generation of Ravens goalies.
This program is run in conjunction with the University of Waterloo hockey teams; volunteers shoot on goalies as required to help instructors and goalies work on specific skills. Volunteers provide on-ice support and help with to the instructors shooting, organizing drills, moving pucks etc. 
Program runs Tuesday evenings at Waterloo Rec Centre, generally 630p-730p. Starts in October.


All these volunteer opportunities are great for high school students to get their community volunteer hours. Open to girls and boys. Younger, skilled Ravens are also invited to apply where interested.

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