Taylor is a recent SFU grad who loves being active and especially enjoys soccer, basketball, and frisbee. She is a true altruist who volunteers much of her time at Ronald McDonald House, Carelife Fleetwood, and a Special Olympics Softball team. Taylor enjoys working with children because it gives her a chance to be silly and she loves seeing them smile!
Meredith graduated from Queen’s University and while studying there, she worked as a life guard and swim instructor for young children for three years. She also taught ESL in Spain for 5 months after graduating. She is now back home and looks forward to joining the teacher education program in Fall 2018. She enjoys swimming and experimental cooking without the safety net of a recipe! Her favourite thing about working with children is their energy and willingness to try new things.
Jay is a current UBC student studying Kinesiology. He worked for 6 months in Korea teaching English to elementary school children; he led activities, planned lessons and helped the children build their language skills. Jay enjoys playing soccer and hanging out with his friends. What he loves most about the children he works with is their happy faces when they succeed!
Maggie is in her first year of studies at UBC in the faculty of Arts, and is looking forward to becoming an elementary school teacher when she completes her degree. She speaks fluent Cantonese, has volunteered at Science World, tutored children with disabilities, and has worked summer camps for the YMCA. She loves being physically active, especially running. Maggie’s favourite thing about working with our little Soccer Stars is finding some way to make their day and make them smile.
If you have a passion for positively impacting children through youth sports, we’d love to talk to you.