I am currently heading into my second year of university, at the University of Fraser Valley. I’m working my way into getting a degree in education as I have a serious passion to help little ones learn and grow. Growing up I experimented with a lot of sports, but soccer was always around me. I started playing a little later the most, but I found my mark and was voted team Captain. Honestly, my favourite part about being apart of the Soccer Shots team is teaching the kids and having them help me learn new ways to grow as an educator.
I’m currently in my 4th year of kinesiology and work as an athletic trainer. My goal one day is to be doing something to help athletes achieve their athletic goals. My next step for school is athletic therapy and physiotherapy. I’ve been playing soccer since I was 4 years old and actually started in a program very similar to Soccer Shots (17 years ago) and have been playing ever since. I still currently play on a metro women’s team, an indoor co-ed team and outdoor co-ed team. I also played basketball and volleyball throughout school.My favorite thing about coaching with Soccer Shots is seeing kids excited about learning new things and seeing them have pleasure in the simplest things in life.
Growing up my parents had me try a few different activities but soccer seemed to my passion as I currently play for the University of Fraser Valley. I love to teach others which is why I am currently studying to History as I want to become a teacher. My favourite thing part about coaching for Soccer Shots is the chance to show kids how fun the sport can be and how great every class is.
Throughout my youth I played both soccer and softball competitively. I also played volleyball and basketball in elementary school and high school. Soccer is the only sport I continue to play because it is my favourite sport and something I am extremely passionate about. The best thing about coaching for Soccer Shots is definitely the children. I love getting to know all the children with their wonderful and unique personalities. There is no better feeling than when I see a child accomplish a skill they’ve been struggling with, or come out of their shell and start getting really involved in the scrimmage. Soccer had such a positive influence on me as a child, so I want their soccer experience to be something super fun and positive as well!
I am currently in the Bachelor of Physical Education and Coaching program at Douglas College as my goal is to one day become a teacher. Growing up I played every sport imaginable which mainly consisted of soccer, basketball, track, and softball. In high school, I dedicated all of my time into playing softball. I was fortunate enough to win a national championship, play at the collegiate level, and play for Team BC at the Canada Summer Games. What I love most about coaching for Soccer Shots is seeing how excited the kids get when they walk up to the field. I love seeing their big smiles when they score a goal, as well as seeing how much they improve throughout the season.
I have played soccer for 14 years as I started when I was 5 years old and I am currently still playing softball as an adult. One of my biggest passions is teaching and helping others, which has lead me to become an elementary school teacher as my career path. Soccer Shots has given me the ability to apply both of these passions. My favourite thing I I love about coaching is seeing the children’s face light up when we’re are playing games or when they have mastered a new skill!
Born in the United States, I grew up playing soccer and joined a women’s soccer team recently. I am currently going to school in Canada and hope to one day work in a church. I love coaching for Soccer Shots because I really believe in the curriculum, as it is made by early child educators. I love teaching the kids and watching them learn and progress. It’s also tons of fun!
Growing up I was heavily in involved in Soccer, Basketball and Track. I continued to play basketball into my early twenty’s at university and have recently switched back to playing soccer. I currently still play in a women’s league in Abbotsford. Since I have always been involved in sports, I love seeing kids and parents getting involved indoors and outdoors. I love coaching for Soccer Shots because each kid is unique and brings a different skill to the game, whether it be enthusiasm, energy or fundamental skills. No class is ever the same and you learn something new each time you coach, about yourself and the kids you are coaching.
I grew up playing soccer for over 15 years on youth teams and loved every minute of it. Growing up I loved being around kids and it inspired me to pursue a career in a field where I can help kids. My future career goal is to work as a pediatric nurse in a hospital as I want to be able to help young children. Coaching at Soccer Shots has allowed me to combine two of my passions of working with kids and playing soccer.
I am currently in my fourth year with a major in English and a minor in Criminal Justice, hoping to become a teacher in the future. Growing up I played soccer and volleyball throughout highschool as well as being an avid dancer until I got injured, and then I turned to just volunteering as a coach for any sport teams that needed help. My favourite thing about coaching for Soccer Shots is how I can combine my passion for teaching and sports together in one great place and still manage to be silly with all of the kids. I love to see everyone improve their soccer skills in an encouraging environment that allows them to learn something new and have fun at the same time!
I just finished my first year of Kinesiology at the University of the Fraser Valley. Growing up I played many sports such as soccer, basketball, volleyball, track and many more. However out of all of them, I stuck with soccer. I currently play for the UFV women’s soccer team. One thing I love about Soccer Shots is seeing how happy the children get when they master the skill of the day and knowing that I got to teach them the sport that I love the most!
I grew up playing basketball and soccer and play soccer for the University of Fraser Valley. I enjoyed playing multiple sports throughout school and even though I was not to great at basketball, it taught me that you should never give up and keep practicing. Which is something I preach to all kids at a young age. Coaching for Soccer Shots allows me to have fun while working. My favourite thing about coaching is making the children laugh and smile.
Growing up I played multiple sports, I played ice hockey, ball hockey and soccer and currently playing ball hockey and soccer.I am currently in my second year at Douglas College in the Sports Science program. I am the youngest of three in my family. I love working for Soccer Shots as it allows me to work with kids and build not only their soccer skills, but life skills along the way.
Growing up I tried many different sports, until I stumbled upon Soccer, and have loved it ever since. Soccer gives me this indescribable joy. One of my passions is to help people and I hope to pursue a degree in social work in order to help others and give back to my community. The one thing I love about coaching for Soccer Shots are the kids and their energy. It’s so much fun interacting with them and seeing them being filled with energy and enjoying themselves. It’s like being in a bubble of wonder and fun.
Growing up I played all sorts of sports! Soccer was my first but I also played basketball, volleyball, rugby, and track and field! I just recently got back into playing soccer after ten years! My favourite thing about coaching for Soccer Shots is seeing all of the improvements the kids make! Especially seeing them from starting at 2’s all the way to 5-8’s! The progress is really cool to see! I also like to hear the kids try and say my real name, Sukrita. We shortened it to Rita to make it easier for the kids!
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