One membership, all the options for children and youth athletes to have fun while learning new sports throughout the summer!
When we form a team, it seems like the most important part is simply recruiting.
We spend a lot of time thinking about who should come onboard. We interview a variety of candidates and imagine how comfortable it will be to work with the different combination of personalities and skills. We worry about the possible conflicts and whether we would be able to work through them or not.
A couple of months ago I read on a spontaneous debate in a well-known rugby web site about what should be encouraged in U.S.A.’s Rugby, amateurism or professionalism.
Although I agreed with a person called “Tim” in the fact that Amateurism brings real sports to life throughout volunteers’ passionate help, effort and support; I'm not entirely sure it is more important or needed than professionalism.