Do you thrive on helping others? Would you like to give something back to squash? Being a volunteer in squash gives you a chance to have your say in how your county, league or club is run. It's also a great opportunity to gain new skills and meet people.
There are a variety of different roles in a club from chairperson and secretary, to maintaining a website or a child welfare officer. All these roles are vital to creating a quality environment in which children and adults can play squash. Find out more here.
We rely on volunteer stewards to help at our major events – from junior competition to the Allam British Open. We are excited to be hosting the World Squash Championships in 2017 in Manchester and there will be a number of different volunteer roles on offer. If you'd like to volunteer at one of our events, get in touch with Gayle Pink, England Squash Workforce Development Manager: email@example.com.
Young Leaders Award
Anyone over 14 years old can take the England Squash Leaders Award, which is a six-hour course teaching you to assist qualified coaches in Mini Squash and school game sessions. You will be able to lead informal play sessions, games and competitions, plus find out about general organisation. To find out more about the Award, get in touch with Gayle: firstname.lastname@example.org.