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aau score clock operator

Be a part of the action! Get the prime spot for watching the games all weekend by being a score clock operator. All levels of basketball experience are invited to participate, as we provide you with all the tools and trainings needed for a successful AAU season.

Contact Chat Smith for more information (Chad@SpokaneHoopfest.net or 509-624-2414 x 314)

THINGS TO NOTE

  • Weekend games
  • Get paid to watch basketball
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Minimum wage
  • November – February

iba coaches

For the last twenty years Hoopfest has collaborated with Spokane Public Schools and conducted the Ignite Basketball Association for students in grades six through eight whom attend several schools within the District’s central urban neighborhoods. The target population comes from an area in our community with high poverty and unemployment rates, more crime, greater substance abuse issues, and higher presence of gangs. 

This league has been a huge success with nearly 400 students participating in the weekly practice sessions and weekend games and workshops. This program provides a safe and positive environment for many children, which allow them to learn about teamwork and sportsmanship, while giving them the tools they need to combat social challenges they face daily.

Coaches are needed to run the weekday practices and oversee the Saturday night games each week. Each coach will have two or three teams whom will practice together. We encourage all coaches to have an assistant or a co-coach. No experience is necessary!

Contact Chat Smith for more information (Chad@SpokaneHoopfest.net or 509-624-2414 x 314)

THINGS TO NOTE

  • Practices 1/week starting the last week of October
  • Games every Saturday in November at Rogers High School
  • Volunteer position
  • October – November