Volunteer with Archery Canada
Volunteers are the helping hands for our organization. As a volunteer, you will develop new and valuable skills, meet new people, contribute to the community and to the sport, gain field experience, and build positive self-esteem. Volunteers are needed for a variety of duties and positions throughout the year.
- Volunteer on a Committee
- Take on a role as a coordinator
- Become a board member
- Communications content and program materials contributor
- Event volunteer
Our volunteer roles are subject to the polices of Archery Canada and may require a level of screening per the screening policy. The following are just some of the many volunteer roles at Archery Canada:
Para – Athlete Representative
Archery Canada Volunteer Coordinators
World Archery Americas (WAA) MICA Coordinator
Mailmatch Coordinator (Indoor/Outdoor)
Regional Indoor Coordinator
Youth Development Coordinator
Archery Canada Long Term Archer Development Co-coordinator
World Archery Star Award Coordinator
Online Content Contributor
Canada Games Technical Delegate
Judging Committee Member
Below you will find links to some of the volunteer roles that are currently available:
We have had a long history of developing the sport in Canada and in each Province through the time, energy and dedication of many passionate volunteers who have brought their skills to specific areas to help with events and programs. Archery Canada is currently seeking volunteers for the following:
We are also seeking the following to assist with our Marketing and Communications:
Online Content Contributor
Archery Canada works with its Member Provinces and Territories to recognize volunteers at the Club and PTSO level. The following Volunteer Pins are available. A volunteer can only receive one pin at each level.
Bronze Volunteer Recognition Pin
Bronze Volunteer Recognition Pin can be awarded by a Club, Province or Archery Canada, pins are purchased by the Club or Province.
- An Archery Canada member who demonstrated long-term commitment to organized archery at the club/local level in the capacity of volunteer builder, administrator, official, coach or other supporting role.
- The chairperson or member of an Archery Canada committee or sub-committee who demonstrated commitment and competency to deliver programmes and/or services.
Silver Volunteer Recognition Pin
Silver Volunteer Recognition Pin can be awarded by a PSO or by the Archery Canada Board, pins may be purchased by the Province from Archery Canada.
- An Archery Canada member who demonstrated long-term commitment to archery at the local or provincial level in the capacity of volunteer builder, administrator, official, coach or other supporting role, who has received a Bronze Volunteer Recognition Pin already.
- The chairperson(s) of a national championship organizing committee.
- The chairperson(s) of the Canada Games organising committee.
- The chairperson or member of an Archery Canada committee or sub-committee who demonstrated exceptional commitment and competency in fulfilling the portfolio’s demands
Gold Volunteer Recognition Pin
Gold Volunteer Recognition Pins are awarded by the Archery Canada Board donated from Archery Canada inventory.
- An Archery Canada member who demonstrated outstanding, long-term commitment to archery at the local, provincial or national level in the capacity of volunteer builder, administrator, official, coach or other supporting role, who has received a Silver Volunteer Recognition Pin already.
- A national-level volunteer whose long-term commitment to Archery Canada needs recognition by the membership.
Under special circumstances, the Archery Canada Board of Directors may award Diamond Volunteer Recognition Pin for long time volunteerism.