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Mandatory Coaches Meeting

There is mandatory meeting for managers and coaches before the season starts. Check the Events calendar or look for emails/announcements as to the date, time and location.


Volunteer Application

Little League requires that all Coaches and assistants complete a volunteer application each year. CLICK HERE for the Little League Volunteer Application - 2023.

This form must be completed fully (including Social Security Number for new volunteers) and returned to Paul Paravati, Safety Officer, along with a copy of your Rutgers (or equivalent) card and a photo ID (i.e. - drivers license).

The volunteer application MUST be completed before you will be allowed to be selected as a manager or a coach. Volunteer applications are due by January 31, 2023.

The volunteer application and accompanying documentation can be turned in:
  • via. email (scanned documents) to Paul Paravati 
  • via. mail or hand delivered to Paul Stamm
Any questions about the volunteer form requirement, please contact Paul Paravati.

The Rutgers S.A.F.E.T.Y. Clinic

All Coaches and assistants must have completed this course (or an acceptable equivalent) in order to be able to coach.

​For a listing of upcoming clinic dates and locations, please go to https://youthsports.rutgers.edu/educational-courses/volunteer-coaches for the current schedule of course offerings. 

If you have completed this course for another sport, you do not need to repeat it for HTLL.

Background Check

All Coaches and assistants are required to have a background check to coach youth sports in Hanover Township.  Once HTLL receives your Volunteer Application you will be contacted via. e-mail with the proper paperwork for your background check. 
Little League International requires annual background checks, so a background check will be done yearly.

Concussion Training

All Coaches and assistants are required to take Concussion Training in order to be able to use Hanover fields.

CLICK HERE to be taken to the CDC's online training program. Complete the session and print out the certificate. The coach should keep a copy and one should be provided to the Recreation Department.

If you have completed this training for another sport, you do not need to repeat it for HTLL.


CPR Certification

All Coaches and assistants are strongly recommended to take CPR Training which is helpful in knowing how to use the defibrillators installed at every field in town. Classes are offered at various times during the year.
​If you are interested in attending a training session or have any questions please contact Tom Quirk, Hanover Township Recreation Program Coordinator at .​
*Hanover Township is not offering a CPR Training course at this time.