Whether its an established program or a new pilot, our volunteers are the core of our programming. As a full volunteer, you will receive:
- A season's pass to your local ILSA resort partner
- Gear hookups from our sponsors: Oakley, 1910, Arcteryx and so much more...
- Mentoring and Training opportunities
How many days do I have to volunteer?
ILSA coaches are required to attend 80% of all Ilsa practices. Typically 6-8 days a season. Great Value!
If I did not attend 80% of ILSA practices last season can I reapply?
Unfortunately Not. Due to funding, we have a limited amount of passes each year. We hold our volunteers to the same attendance requirements as our youth
I'm not a certified instructor or coach can I still apply?
- Yes, as a non-certified instructor we need volunteers to ride as "tail gunners" as a coaches helper and we also require volunteers to stay at lodge to lend extra assistance. non-certified volunteers receive day-passes instead of season passes for their effort
- Clean criminal record check
- Knowledge of Indigenous culture and trauma informed backgrounds are an asset
- 80% attendance
- Drug and Alcohol Free for all practices
- As a role model for our youth, we require our volunteers to stay in good community standing as reviewed by our board and Nation partners
Program Coordinator Roles
Paid positions for Area/Sport Leaders
For those who want to start and manage their own ILSAcrew pilot program. Whether its a school program or community based initiative there are opportunities to start a new ILSAcrew division in your area
- Self motivated and responsible
- Indigenous knowledge and trauma informed is a must
- Criminal record checks
- Sport and Activity certifications
- First aid is an asset
- Relationship with local Indigenous nations and/or a resort partner is necessary