Scott is a committed football professional and is aware of the invaluable experience he gains from volunteering.
He is engaged in the coach education programme and is on the UEFA level 4 youth course run by the Scottish FA.
Scott said: “Being involved in the UEFA Grassroots day at Hampden is a fantastic thing to do and a highlight for any volunteer.
“I would recommend to any aspiring coach involved in education in Scotland to get involved in the Scottish FA volunteer programme.”
Volunteering can be the most rewarding experience in its own right, but it can also give you the work experience and skills to further your career and personal development in many other areas.
If you are a student studying a course like PR and marketing or media, or accountancy, or sports development, getting involved with your local club could be the best move you make.
And, if you have skills in areas like this through your day to day job then why not let a local club lean on your experience.
Every successful club needs someone to organise, do the club accounts, market and promote the club, run the website and social media sites, look after the secreterial functions, collect the money, chair the meetings and fundraise let alone coach the players.
Could you fulfill just one of these roles and help sustain your local club? In the meantime you could be developing vital skills for other areas of your life, networking and making lifelong friends.
If you would like to volunteer but don't know where to start, then contact you local Scottish FA regional office.
They will help you decide what you can do to help and the best club for you to work with.
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