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Volunteer with Chess for Success

We're constantly seeking individuals who can make a positive impact on the lives of our students through chess.

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There are several ways you can contribute:

Become a Coach: While we can provide compensation for coaches, we truly value volunteer coaches who help us keep our costs low. Becoming a coach is a significant commitment, but the rewards are even greater.

Volunteer at Tournaments: We're always in need of volunteers to assist in running our tournaments. This can involve setting up chess boards, acting as judges, or helping distribute snacks to the kids.

Join Our Board: Our board of directors plays a crucial role in overseeing our operations. We're actively seeking individuals to join our board and bring diverse perspectives that will enable us to better serve the students in our clubs.

By contributing your time and expertise in any of these ways, you can make a meaningful difference in the lives of our students and help us continue our mission of using chess to empower and educate.

How it Works

  1. Fill out the application, or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  2. We will reach out and let you know how you can help!

What is it like to volunteer with us?

Spending your free time volunteering with Chess for Success is a wonderful choice.

We offer various opportunities that can accommodate any schedule, ensuring you can be a part of our community no matter how much time you can commit. Our goal is to make volunteering with us a straightforward and fulfilling experience.

Thank you for being a valued member of the Chess for Success community!

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