High School Mentor

Do you love soccer? Want to share that love for the game with the next generation of Waltham players? WYS is looking for High school students to be Mentors and give back to the community!

Being a mentor is very fun and rewarding. Teaching soccer is also one of the best ways to learn yourself! You can also earn community service credits.

It’s strongly recommended that mentors complete the online or in-classroom USSF G-License prior to mentoring. Below is a list of each mentoring opportunity we have. If interested please fill out the form below. If you have any questions feel free to contact Paul Bucelwicz at intown@walthamyouthsoccer.org

Winter Skills

  • Saturday Mornings (1-2 Hours)
  • Assist in running a professionally run indoor clinic for U8 and U10 players
  • Skills clinics are a 5-6 week commitment
  • U8 and U10 sessions are often run back to back
  • Each session is 60 minutes.
  • Both sessions would be a 2 hour commitment.
  • Staying for both sessions would be recommended

U6 In-Town

  • Sunday afternoons (1-2 hours)
  • Session 1: 1-2 PM
  • Session 2: 2:30-3:30 PM
  • Season is 6 weeks
  • There will be 2 HS Mentors assigned to a field
  • 1 Mentor per team of 6
  • Each team has 1 coach, and 6 kids
  • Mentors will be asked to assist the coach in running games and teaching skills

U8 In-Town

  • One practice per week (60-75 min)
  • Saturday afternoon game (1 hour)
  • Season is an 8 game commitment
  • There will be two HS Mentors assigned to a team
  • Earn community service credits
  • Mentors will be asked to assist coaches running practices, and organize/provide help during games
  • Mentors will also be asked to demonstrate proper technical skills to young players
  • Mentors should be a model citizen and a positive influence

U10 Travel

  • Twice per week practice (2-3 hours)
  • Optional attendance for home games only(Saturdays 1 hour)
  • Usually 5-6:15 PM
  • Season is 10 weeks
  • There will be 1-2 HS Mentors assigned to team for the season
  • Mentors will be asked to assist the coach in running activities and coaching technique
  • Mentors should be able to give more attention to players that are struggling and need more direction