Fancy 'doing a favour' for you local cricket club?
Volunteers are vital to the health and development of grassroots cricket. Without them, the future of the beautiful game at all levels would be in jeopardy.
You can make a difference; do a favour for West Hallam CC
Volunteering is very rewarding and has great benefits for both the club and individual. If you are thinking about seeking a new job, entering university, starting a new school, working in sport or generally improving yourself, cricket clubs can provide the perfect opportunity to help you reach your goals and objectives.
Among 200 of the UK's leading businesses:
73% of employers would employ a candidate with volunteer experience over one without.
94% of employers believe that volunteering can add to skills.
58% of employers say that voluntary work experience can actually be more valuable than experience gained in paid employment.
The benefits to you as an individual by 'doing your club a favour' are:
Skill Acquisition - communication skills, leadership skills through hands on experience
Personal and professional development and/or training
Learn new skills
Satisfaction from doing something to make a difference within your local community
An increased sense of worth and accomplishment
Respect for different people and conditions
Support your studies or interest in gaining experience outside of the learning environment
Development of your interests
The ability to explore different sorts of career or job opportunities in a voluntary capacity
Experiencing new challenges
Keep fit - de-stress
Put something back into your community
A written/verbal reference
The benefit for West Hallam CC:
More people involved within the club will help our development
Increase numbers of participants within the club
Increase media exposure through local press and website
Developing individuals and age groups through coaching
Improving the club's facilities
Engaging in the community
Help to build a lasting legacy for the game
To view our current opportunities please head to our vacancies page under the 'Get Involved' tab.