Culver City National Little League is a volunteer organization that depends upon the participation of parents. There are many jobs and responsibilities to help make the League a fun and rewarding experience for the children and parents alike. Please take a moment to see the ways in which you can help out. For a volunteer application, click here.

Join the Board of Directors:

All of the League operations are coordinated by the volunteer Board of Directors. If you are interested in helping to set the course the League will travel through the season and into the future, becoming a board member is a great way to do so.

While certain skills are a plus in some positions, the only real requisite is a willingness to work hard in cooperation with others. To see what each position entails, click here for descriptions.

Become a coach or manager:

Coaching is a great way to get involved and to pass on valuable baseball and life skills. While experience is always appreciated, the League is mostly looking for adults who work well with kids and are willing to devote the time and energy to bring along our young players.

If you are interested in coaching a team, please contact the VP of the division in which you would like to coach (their contact info is here) or drop an email to The first coaches and managers meeting will be held on Saturday at 10 am up at Bott’s Field. You can fill out a volunteer form here and a coaching application here.

Become an umpire:

Uniformed League officials make the games more enjoyable for players and fans alike. If you are interested in officiating, contact the Umpire in Chief, Vicent Punturere, at Full training and a uniform shirt, hat and gear are provided. The first Umpire Clinic will be held on Saturday.

Become a team parent:

If baseball is more a of spectator sport for you but you still want to help out, becoming a team parent is a great way to do so. Working with the managers and the Parents Auxillary, team parents are in charge of coordinating snacks, team photos, Dodger Day, “Split the Pot”, and other gameday activities. If you are interested in becoming a team parent, contact your team’s manager. You can also contact the Parents Auxillary with questions ( .

Work in the Snack Bar:

Not only is the Snack Bar a wonderful addition to the game day experience, it’s also a fundraising tool for the League. Unfortunately, the Snack Bar doesn’t run itself, so please volunteer to work a couple of shifts during the season. It’s easy and, believe it or not, it’s actually a lot of fun! Contact your team parent or the Snack Bar Manager (still unfilled) to sign up.

Become a scorekeeper:

Help keep track of pitch counts, line ups and stats during games. Training is provided. It’s fun and, best of all, you get to sit in the booth. Contact your team manager or the Umpire in Chief, Vincent Punturere ( for more information or to sign up.

Help maintain the playing fields:

Keep our fields looking their best. Volunteer with your team’s manager to drag and chalk the infields before and after games. If you want to get a little more involved in maintenance, contact the Field Manager, Mario Garcia ( to find out how you can help.