The Oakville Soccer Club proudly works with over 900 volunteers annually. These dedicated individuals donate their time and talents to ensure every player at OSC has a positive soccer experience.
Volunteer roles include:
- House League Coach
- House League Assistant Coach
- House League Convenor
- ADP/RDP Coach
- ADP/RDP Assistant Coach
- ADP/RDP Team Manager
- Camp Assistant
- Events Assistant
- Board of Directors Member
Please note that it's OSC's policy that all volunteers complete the appropriate Volunteer Application From. All volunteers over the age of 18 will be required to obtain a Police Check if accepted for a volunteer position.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Youth House League Coach
Seeking a fun & rewarding volunteer position? Become a House League Volunteer Coach!
OSC offers year-round soccer programming and as such seeks coaches for our Fall Indoor Season (September – December), Winter Indoor Season (January – April) and Summer Outdoor season (May – August).
Coaches play an instrumental role in creating a positive experience for our soccer stars. If you are fun, energetic, engaging and a great motivator, this is the volunteer role for you.
Click here to fill out OSC's Volunteer House League Coach Application Form.
Youth House League Convenor
Youth House League Convenors are responsible for assisting the Youth House League & Special Programs Coordinator with the organization of a gender specific age group during the soccer season. Convenors create rosters for teams, help to ensure balance within the age group and act as a liasion between the Club, coaches and parents.
Volunteering as a Youth House League Convenor is a great way to give back to the Club and the community. This role is an excellent opportunity for someone who is interested in working in the sports industry in the future.
Please click here to view the full Youth House League Convenor job description.
If you are intersted in becoming a Youth House League Convenor, or would like more information, please contact Nick Vetro, Youth House League and Special Programs Coordinator at email@example.com or by phone at 905-849-4436 ext. 4459.
March Break Soccer Camp Volunteer
OSC’s March Break Socer Camp is designed to provide campers of all soccer skill levels with a week of soccer games and activities, off-the-pitch adventures (movies, bowling and swimming), and the opportunity to meet new friends in a fun, play-based environment.
OSC is now accepting applications for Junior Volunteers (ages 14+) and Senior Volunteers (ages 16+) to join the March Break team!
Please note that all volunteers will be required to volunteer from 8:30AM-4:15PM on all five days of March Break Camp.
Click here to fill out OSC's March Break Soccer Camp Volunteer Form!
P.A. Day Oakville Wild Soccer Camp
The Oakville Soccer Club is looking forward to another fantastic camp season, and is now accepting applications for Junior Volunteers (ages 14+) and Senior Volunteers (ages 16+) to join our team! If you are a fun, enthusiastic individual who loves working with children and playing soccer, then this is the volunteer opportunity for you!
*All volunteers must be able to volunteer for at least one full day of camp (9:00AM-4:00PM). Click here to fill out OSC's P.A. Day Soccer Camp Volunteer Form!
Breaking Barriers Volunteer Coach
Do you want to be a part of an incredible program that makes a difference in children's lives? If yes, then OSC has an amazing volunteer opportunity for you!
The Oakville Soccer Club is inviting applications for the volunteer position of Breaking Barriers Program Volunteer Coach.
The Breaking Barriers Program is designed for participants between the ages of U6-U13 with intellectual and/or physical disabilities and is facilitated by OSC’s Active Start certified staff and dedicated volunteers. Breaking Barriers introduces participants to the fundamentals of physical literacy and the sport of soccer. Players enjoy a comfortable and inclusive environment and are able to learn and engage at their own pace while making new friends.
If you are passionate about physical literacy and working with youth with intellectual and/or physical disabilities, this is the role for you. Volunteer coaches are expected to be responsible, positive, supportive, engaging and outgoing to ensure that participants are having fun while being safe at all times.
The Breaking Barriers Fall Session will run Fridays from 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
If you are interested in becoming a Breaking Barriers volunteer coach, please complete the Breaking Barriers Volunteer Application Form. If you have any questions about volunteering with the Breaking Barriers program, please contact Meaghan Perotta at firstname.lastname@example.org.