Student Engagement, Employment, Volunteer, and Training Opportunities

Want to become part of the Kinesiology Community Outreach team?

Active Kids provides a wide range of leadership positions and training opportunities which allow students to become engaged with diverse local communities through physical activity programming. We are always looking for more students to join our team!

Some benefits of working with us include:

  • Flexible work schedules that do not overlap with exam season
  • Competitive pay rates through our work learn program
  • Meet and work alongside like minded Kin students (and non Kin students!)
  • Be a role model and give back to various local communities through positive physical activity experiences for children
  • Enhance your academic experience by applying coursework content into practical application
  • FREE professional development training, past examples include:
    • National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP)
      • NCCP Gymnastics
      • Aboriginal Coaching Model (NCCP ACM)
    • Canucks Autism- Supporting Positive Behavior
    • Sport for Life- Movement Preparation Workshop
    • viaSport: All Youth Matter- Inclusion Training
    • and more!

To learn more about how to get involved please view the options below:

Spring & Summer 2021 volunteer opportunities are available!

If you want to get involved and become part of the Active Kids team as a volunteer, please read our Volunteer Opportunities tab below.

Active Kids is always on the lookout for coaches for all of our programs including soccer, basketball, gymnastics, multisport, physical literacy, birthday parties, school groups, our adapted physical activity program, our partner program with Musqueam Band, and more. To learn more about all employment oppurtunities, please review the job descriptions below:

No experience is necessary!

Active Kids is always on the lookout for enthusiastic and open minded Kin students to become part of our volunteer team! For many, this is the first direct step to becoming one of our coaches. We offer as variety of programs including soccer, basketball, gymnastics, multisport, physical literacy, birthday parties, school groups, our adapted physical activity program, and our partner program with Musqueam Band.

To learn more about volunteer opportunities, click here.

Looking to gain experience in sport and recreation admin and management? Join our registration office team!

Please contact the Outreach Registration Office at kin.outreach@ubc.ca, to learn more

To view the complete job description please click here

Active Kids provides regular and ongoing training and professional development to our team of coaches, instructors, and volunteers. Whether it be in partnership with a Kin Faculty member, a local community partner, or content we have developed using our staff management team's expertise and experience, we believe our students receive some of the best training available. We also have a reimbursement program available so that students can pursue external certifications, such as general NCCP and sport specific workshops.

Please contact the Active Kids Program Coordinator, Kimberly Truong, to learn more