October 24th, 2021 6pm
Are you interested in joining the MYA Soccer board? MYA Soccer is a volunteer run program which depends on its volunteers to run the program.
If you are interested in any of these positions, please email the Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. Positions are two year terms.
The Treasurer shall ensure all program expenditures and reporting are consistent with the guidelines of the MYA bylaws. The Treasurer shall accept and deposit, within ten (10) days of receipt, all funds earmarked for the Organization. The Treasurer shall maintain a set of accounting books covering all financial transactions of the program, categorized appropriately to show clearly income and expenditures of each division. The Treasurer shall provide a brief, written and verbal, categorized cash flow report at each MSC Board meeting. The Treasurer shall provide a full, written and verbal, categorized cash flow report at each annual meeting. The Treasurer shall make available the set of accounting books in an up-to-date status within ten (10) days of a request by any member of the Executive Board, Program Board, or any MYA
member through an Executive or Program Board Member. The Treasurer shall ascertain that all financial obligations are paid promptly, taking advantage of any discounts offered. The Treasurer shall provide all appropriate tax information to the Executive Board upon request. **Financial background A MUST.**
The Equipment Director will maintain a set of records covering all program assets appropriately categorized by league and/or other use, which can be made available in an up-to-date status within ten (10) days of a request by any member of the MSC Board. The Equipment Director is responsible for maintaining the MSC storage sheds and shall manage the disbursement and collection of all program assets and maintain a set of records covering the reimbursement and location of all program assets. The Equipment Director will provide to the MSC Board, a written report at the close of each season declaring asset losses and cause (i.e.; normal wear and tear, lost, vandalism, etc.), and projected losses over the up-coming season. The Equipment Director shall obtain and coordinate bids and purchases for all new program assets and insure that all bids meet the MYA bylaws.
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MYA Soccer Board
The Merrimack soccer program provides an opportunity for Merrimack youth, ages 3 to 18, to play recreational and competitive soccer in an environment designed to promote learning, teamwork, fun and the joy of soccer.
Merrimack Soccer Club (MSC) is a non-profit organization focused on player development through professional soccer training in a safe, healthy and affordable soccer program that is fun and rewarding for all. MSC objectives are to teach and train soccer players and coaches, develop leadership qualities and to promote good sportsmanship among players, coaches and parents. MSC will provide children with the opportunity to participate in soccer experiences where they can develop teamwork and sportsmanship, confidence, respect, fair play and their own development for future advancement in the game of soccer.
The recreational program is a fall and spring season activity. The fall program runs from September through early November. The spring program starts in mid April and runs through June. We offer coed divisions in the U4, U6, U8, U10, U13, U16 and U19 age groups in both spring and fall.
Travel (Competitive) Program
The Merrimack Soccer Club is a fall and spring season activity. The MSC teams compete with nearby towns, private-clubs and regional teams within the New Hampshire Soccer League as well as selected jamborees and tournaments throughout the Fall and Spring seasons. The program is organized into boys and girls (and sometimes coed) divisions based on age group: U8 through U18