Palo Alto Little League (PALL) has been a stable, volunteer-led institution in the community for more than seventy years. The league’s longevity, success, and contributions to the girls and boys of Palo Alto have been fueled by the time commitments of and financial support of the many community volunteers and parents.

The league is always looking to revitalize it administration team with individuals willing to contribute time and effort to this community gem. Positions available include:

  • Team manager—teach players fundamental baseball skills, select team, organize practices, create lineups, develop game strategy, know and apply local and Little League International rules, promote good sportsmanship and fair play; previous experience coach baseball is important, especially at the youth level
  • Team coach—assist team manager in all aspects of developing baseball skills, running practices, and promoting good sportsmanship and fair play; previous coaching experience is not required
  • Legal officer—advise and provide initial consultation on legal and regulatory matters
  • Web content developer/writer/content editor—create postings of material relevant to PALL and updates of current activities
  • Social media coordinator—manage, update, and post PALL social media content on various platforms including Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook
  • League registrar—manage league registrations, make initial assignments of players to divisions, assist with organizing evaluations; use Team Snap, GameChanger, and SignUp software programs
  • Equipment manager—distribute and collect league-owned equipment for all divisions, maintain existing equipment, order new equipment, as necessary
  • Game scheduler—develop game schedules for all divisions, coordinate with City of Palo Alto to secure fields for PALL’s use
  • Yearbook coordinator—work with team parents to collect photos, design annual yearbook
  • Official league photographer—take high-definition photos of players in action for use in the yearbook, web site, news articles, and promotional material
  • Communications director—maintain data base of league contacts, send messages to PALL families and those interested in PALL regarding registration and league news
  • School district liaison—coordinate with school administrators within Palo Alto Unified School District to provide information about PALL, to promote the league, and to recruit players
  • Volunteer coordinator—organize volunteers for leaguewide events, such as, Opening Day and All-Star Tournament

High school students who volunteer can earn community service hours.

To volunteer or for additional information contact