How to Volunteer
How to Volunteer For The Kids:
At SCLL, our main priority is to prepare today’s youth to be tomorrow’s leaders. Training great baseball players is secondary. Little League is designed to teach life skills such as teamwork and character, using the ballfield as a classroom.
Our volunteers being the example is the best way to teach our kids about good character and the rewards that come from dedication and working together. When you volunteer you demonstrate the value of community involvement.
We Are 100% Volunteer-based:
Everyone involved in operating SCLL is a volunteer, including our president and other board members, appointed league officials, team managers and coaches, team parents, score keepers and announcers, snack bar operators, and many others, including our umpires.
We are always looking for responsible and enthusiastic individuals to support and coordinate our events and activities. As a volunteer, you should have a keen interest in the safety, well-being, and overall development of children.
Who Can Volunteer:
Anyone can apply to become a volunteer. Whatever talents or skills you have, we can use them! No experience is required. Most of the volunteer opportunities require little or no training.
All parents of children involved in Little League Baseball are strongly encouraged to volunteer. As a parent, volunteer, you have the opportunity to spend quality time with your child in a safe, fun-filled environment. Oftentimes, parent and child social lives parallel each other. Volunteering allows your life and your child's life to intersect on common ground, with shared interests and goals.
Any community member who wishes to become a volunteer may also apply.
Background Check Required:
Little League requires SCLL to perform background checks on all coaches, managers, board members and any other persons, volunteers or hired workers, that provide a regular service and/or has repetitive access to, or contact with players and teams.
To do so, we must have your social security number and a copy of a government-issued photo ID, usually a driver's license.
Get more information about Little League’s Child Protection Program and the First Advantage screening system here.