Community Committee Members Wanted!


The BC Soccer Diversity Working Group (DWG) Committee and the BC Soccer Women in Soccer (WIS) Committee are looking for Community Committee Members

Vancouver BC June 24, 2016 – BC Soccer is looking for people who are passionate about the game of soccer and who would like to contribute to the Women in Soccer Committee and or the Diversity Working Group Committee as Community Committee Members.  Community Committee Members are valuable members of various BC Soccer Committees as they speak for the soccer community in British Columbia and they help create a more diverse committee.

BC Soccer is always looking to strengthen and diversify their committees.  By having an open application for those who are interested, BC Soccer hopes to attract passionate, diverse, and pro-active professionals who want to help strengthen the overall soccer environment in BC.

BC Soccer Community Committee Members will be expected to meet once a month at the BC Soccer Office (video conferencing available for those unable to attend) as well as complete the various small tasks that may come up between meetings. BC Soccer committee members must also be willing to sign a confidentiality agreement as well as be willing to complete a criminal record check (covered by BC Soccer). All DWG & WIS Committee members are appointed for one year.

If you are interested in becoming a BC Soccer DWG or WIS Community Committee Member please complete the online application form below.   

For more information, please read the Committee Terms of Reference below or contact Aimee Kapil, Soccer Development Coordinator at


Committee Terms of Reference:

The membership of the DWG & WIS committees shall be comprised of a minimum of 5 members, one of which shall be the Chair who is a member of the Board of Directors. The DWG & WIS Committee will be formed upon the direction of the Board of Directors based on the advice of the appointed Chair.  The Chair shall be appointed by the Board of Directors upon the advice of the President of the Association.

Committee Goals:

DWG: The goals of the Committee are to oversee and guide the development of the game of soccer in British Columbia as it relates to issues of diversity. The Committee will advise the Board of Directors of the Association with respect to the rules, regulations and programming regarding any aspects of diversity with respect to any aspect of the game, its administration or governance.

WIS: The goals of the Committee are to oversee and guide the development of the game of soccer in British Columbia as it relates to females.

DWG & WIS Committee members shall be subject to the Board of Directors’ policies regarding confidentiality, conflict of interest, privacy and harassment, and must complete a Criminal Record Check.