Leadership Program Expectations (Wilmot Girls Hockey)

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Wolverines Leadership Program 

WGHA Goal: To develop the future leaders in female hockey



Expectations of an On-Ice Helper:

- Must be 14 years of age or older. (Players turning 14 years in the current season may participate as well, but must wear full equipment to do so)

- Complete the online Wolverines Leadership Program Application 

- Commit to and attend regular practices

- Communicate with a member of the coaching staff if you are unable to attend

- Arrive at time agreed upon with coaching staff to allow time to assist with the collection and set up of equipment for practices where needed (pylons, pucks, shooter tutor, etc.)

- Assist with the tying of skates if requested (players/parents should ensure all other equipment is put on)

- Help coaches with demonstration of drills

- Invest in building relationships with players – cheer them on, help motivate them



Benefits of being involved as an On-Ice Helper:

- Earn Community Service Hours towards your Ontario Secondary School Diploma

- Become a role model with our younger Wolverines 

- Earn valuable leadership experience for future opportunities



Expectations of the Coaching Staff:

- Include your On-Ice Helper effectively in practice plans

- Communicate with On-Ice Helpers about their role in the practice plan

- Communicate with Executive liaison as needed  

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