Dodgeball Ontario: Volunteer, Committee Member, and Board of Directors Application
Dodgeball Ontario is looking for skilled and passionate volunteers to join our team! Whether it's a casual, committee or board of directors role, we'd love to add a diversity of hearts, minds and hands to help roll out our programs using dodgeball as a way to promote healthier and happier communities. If you're interested, please go through and complete the form below. If some of the descriptions don't include something that you're interested in, please feel free to add! If you have any further questions, please contact us at
Commitment levels may look like this:
CASUAL: Willing to volunteer and help out with events. This could include a single or 2-day involvement pending your availability.
SUB-COMMITTEE/COMMITTEE: Willing to take a bigger role on a team to help complete a specific initiative or project(s).
BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Pro-active leadership position to manage and lead a specific portfolio. Driven individual(s) who are highly organized and skilled in project management. Attendance at monthly meetings are mandatory. Must be a resident of Ontario. Please e-mail us at
for more information regarding this position.
COMMITTEE (Cloth Competitions Advisory Committee): Dodgeball Ontario is looking for volunteers to join our Cloth Competitions Advisory Committee. This committee will be tasked with reviewing strategic plans proposed by the Sport and Player Development directors, Ian Assang and Bethel Lascano and providing consultation and support as decisions are made pertaining to cloth competition efforts. For more information, please feel free to contact Ian and Bethel at
First and last name
Do you currently play in a dodgeball league? If so, please indicate the league(s) below.
Which position(s) are you interested in?
Casual Volunteer (be called on once in a while for certain initiatives and projects)
Sub-committee / Committee Level (actively participate in a specific committee initiative or project)
Board of Directors: Pro-active leadership position to manage and lead a specific portfolio.
Please indicate areas that you would be interested in getting involved with.
7" Foam Dodgeball
7" Cloth Dodgeball
Provincial Dodgeball Championship (February 15-16, 2020)
2020 Cloth Open (July 11-12, 2020)
SUB-COMMITTEE: Cloth Competitions Advisory Committee
Provincial Team Selection & National Squad Selection (Looking for individuals who are not planning to participate as athletes at Provincials/Nationals; Reference from a League Member/PSO/NSO Rep required; Minimum 1 yr of dodgeball community service required). Please contact
directly for further assistance
Special Events (Athletics Banquet)
Awards and Accolades
Dodge In Schools: Youth Program Coordinator
YMCA Teen Nights
Tournaments (2v2 Dodgeball Series and other special tournaments)
Athlete Funding Programs / Fundraising
Graphic Design Support
Photography & Videography
Have you had a Vulnerable Sector Police Check completed in the last 2 years? If no, it will need to be completed if you're intending to work in any of our Youth Programs (eg. Dodge IN Schools / YMCA Teen Nights)
A Vulnerable Sector Screening is intended for individuals seeking employment or volunteer opportunities with vulnerable persons.A vulnerable person is defined as a person who, because of their age, a disability, or other circumstances, whether temporary or permanent, are (a) in a position of dependence on others or (b) are otherwise at a greater risk than the general population of being harmed by person(s) in a position of authority or trust to them.A Vulnerable Sector Screening is typically used for the following types of positions: Teachers, Elder Care, Daycare, Coaches, Nurses. A Vulnerable Sector Screening will provide the following information:Criminal convictions summary or indictable from CPIC and/or local databases. Findings of guilt under the Youth Criminal Justice Act within the applicable disclosure period. Outstanding entries, such as charges and warrants, judicial orders, peace bonds, probation and prohibition orders. Absolute and conditional discharges. Charges that resulted in a finding of not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder. Pardoned offences authorized under the Criminal Records Act. Non-conviction information authorized through Exceptional Disclosure. Please contact your local Police Station to learn about how to get one completed.
If you have expressed interest in a committee or Board position, please let us know what (if any) experience you have on a committee or Board of Directors.
If this is selected, please contact
for further instructions.
Tell us about your professional and/or volunteer background and how your skills would benefit the dodgeball community.
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