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Volunteers Needed
The best volunteers are those who are able to bring added enjoyment simply being themselves. What you see during games is a mere fraction of what you can do as a volunteer. You can volunteer to help in virtually any aspect where you have interest.

Reasons to Volunteer at MPTLL
Little League Baseball is an organization designed to build good citizens. It is a program of leadership, preparing today’s youth to be tomorrow’s leaders. At the local level, MPTLL relies on a devoted legion of adult volunteers to help ensure that the organization remains structured and runs smoothly. We are always looking for responsible and enthusiastic individuals to support and coordinate events and activities. Our volunteers have a keen interest in the safety, well-being, and overall development of children. The benefits of volunteering are endless and we hope the following information will help you gain a better understanding of where you could get involved and how you can sign up.

Who Can Volunteer?
Anyone can apply to become a volunteer. Whatever talents or skills you have, we can use them! MPTLL has volunteers that are grandparents, siblings, aunts and uncles, retirees, community leaders, former Little Leaguers, friends, neighbors, and more. Any community member who wishes to become a volunteer may apply.

All parents of children involved with MPTLL are strongly encouraged to volunteer. As a parent, volunteer, you have the opportunity to spend quality time with your child in a safe, fun-filled environment. Oftentimes, parent and child social lives parallel each other. Volunteering allows your life and your child’s life to intersect on common ground, with shared interests and goals.

On rare occasions, some individuals may be denied the privilege of volunteering for reasons, past or present, that may be detrimental to the positive development of young people, other volunteers, and/or MPTLL.  We hope you will complete the volunteer information form and give MPTLL the right to conduct necessary background checks.

How Do I Become A Volunteer?
CLICK HERE to complete the volunteer information form and a representative from MPTLL will be in touch shortly thereafter.

Volunteers can CLICK HERE also view specific openings where MPTLL currently needs help.

What type of volunteer roles are needed?
Below is a list of teams at MPTLL with their responsibiliites.  Please email if you are interested in helping in any of these areas and a representative will respond as soon as possible to discuss your interest. 

The Facilities & Maintenance team at MPTLL is responsible for the following:
  • Providing a prioritized yearly plan of projects and estimates for completion;
  • Responsible for working with the long-range planning group to develop the future vision at Randolph Park;
  • Responsible for offsite identification and investigation of additional practice fields (Pearl, Cherry, Mason Wallace, etc…);
  • Responsible for field closures (in conjunction with communications team);
  • Responsible for development of volunteer user guides and videos (How do I line the field; how can I help mow grass at our fields; how do I drag the infield?);
  • Responsible for planning and execution of annual leaf removal event.
The Communications, Branding, & Marketing resources at MPTLL are responsible for the following items on a yearly basis:
  • Overall league branding;
  • Responsible for league website including registration, website content, technology upgrades, break/fix, and support;
  • Responsible for league wide communications (email, text, and social media);
  • Responsible for marketing campaigns (registration - yard signs, school fliers, social media);
  • Responsible for data mining and reporting (registration, capital campaign, etc…);
  • Responsible for walk-up registration planning and execution - including Grier Heights registration.
The Sponsorship & Fund-Raising team at MPTLL is responsible for the following:
  • Achieving yearly sponsorship goals;
  • Responsible for online store including product offerings, product pricing, and fulfillment;
  • Responsible for yearly fund raising including MPTLL Booster Club plus investigation of new ideas from members.
The Special Events Planning team at MPTLL is responsible for the following:
  • Responsible for tournament planning & execution (including challenge);
  • Responsible for opening day and closing day ceremonies;
  • Responsible for handling yearly awards and voting process (Nivens award, Schultz award, etc …);
  • Responsible for ordering year end awards and working with the communications team to publish results;
  • Responsible for spring photography schedule, communications, and delivery
The Long-Range Planning team at MPTLL is responsible for the following:
  • Responsible for the MPTLL long range vision including prioritization and final go/no go of CapEx;
  • Responsible for owning the relationship with County Parks and Recreation;
  • Responsible for maintaining the MPTLL priority use agreement and renewal(s) with County Parks and Recreation;
  • Responsible for working with the Facilities and Maintenance team, Finance team, and Sponsorship & Fund-Raising team to determine feasibility of proposed plans and funding of improvement projects;
  • Responsible for the timely and successful implementation of the Capital Campaign improvements.
The Technology Development team at MPTLL is responsible for the following:
  • Maintenance and support of MPTLL league website
  • Development of annual spring and fall registration programs
  • Development and analysis of annual spring and fall parent survey data
  • Working with the Communications team to make sure email and text alerts are reaching targeted audiences
  • Providing various data extracts throughout the year as needed
The League Scheduling team at MPTLL is responsible for the following:
  • Development and publishing the MPTLL yearly calendar
  • Working with the special events planning team, league coordinators, and the facilities maintenance team to develop, publish, and maintain the spring, summer, and fall season master schedules.
  • Interfacing with County Parks & Recreation officials to make sure fields are booked, lighted and billed correctly each season.
League Coordinators at MPTLL are responsible for the following:
  • Obtaining coaching staffs and making sure they are trained on league processes prior to the start of the season. 
  • Officiating league drafts (if necessary) or putting teams together at the start of each season to insure competitive balance.
  • Communication with league coaches prior to and throughout the entire season.
  • Working through any issues that arise within their respective league throughout the season.
  • Providing coaching clinics (if necessary) to make sure coaches are teaching players the MPTLL preferred method.
  • Holding a coach meeting prior to each season to insure all coaches are on the same page with respect to the goals of each league.
The MPTLL Board is responsible for the following:
  • Adherence and compliance to Little League International rules.
  • Execution of annual league goals and responsibilities.
  • Leadership of league teams required to operate league functions (Sponsorship, Communications, Marketing, Technology, Fund Raising, etc...)
  • Reporting team accomplishments to MPTLL Executive Committee
  • Serving as a steward of the league and putting the best interest of the children above personal preferences/priorities.
MPTLL coaches are responsible for the following:
  • Providing a safe physical environment including the inspection of fields and equipment used for practice and competition.
  • Communicating in a positive way which demonstrates you have the best interests of the players at heart.
  • Teaching the fundamental skills of baseball keeping in mind that baseball is a game, and we want players to have fun.
  • Helping all players be the best they can be by creating a fun, productive, practice environment and teaching them skills young players need to know.
  • Teaching the rules of baseball and incorporate them into instruction.
  • Directing players in competition including determining starting lineups and substitution plans, and making tactical decisions during games while remembering the focus is not on winning at all costs, but on coaching kids to compete well, do their best, improve their baseball skills, and strive to win within the rules.
  • Helping your players become fit and value fitness for a lifetime by teaching the value and enjoyment of training.
  • Helping young people develop character including learning, caring, being honest and respectful, and taking responsibility while demonstrating and encouraging behaviors that express these values.
  • Remembering that every player is an individual and should have the opportunity to learn how to play the game without fear while having fun and enjoying the overall baseball experience.