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Accepting Representative Coach Applications
Submitted By Kal Deep on Tuesday, February 16, 2021
WGHA is currently accepting applications for Head Coach for all of our Tier 1 Representative Levels.

 
If you are interested in applying for a rep level head coaching position for the 2021-2022 season, please submit an online application by the end of the day March 12th, 2021. It is our intent to interview candidates (via video) for the teams during the last two weeks of March, and announce selections at the beginning of April.


Click here or visit the "Coaches and Staff" tab of the website to find important application information and requirements.

Please note, we expect that all rep team player selections will be done this fall due to COVID protocols.

We are currenting looking to select coaches for the following levels:

U9 B (formerly Novice)
U11 BB/B (formerly Atom)
U13 BB (formerly Peewee)
U15 A/BB (formerly Bantam)
U18 A/BB (formerly Midget)
Senior B

Because interviews will be conducted by video this year, Coaching Application Package requirements must be emailed to [email protected]wilmotgirlshockey.com by March 12th for consideration by the Coach Selection Committee.

Thanks for your consideration,

Holly Bast
Staff Development Director
Wilmot Girls Hockey Association
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