Volunteer Positions

In addition to positions listed below we are now also recruiting City Coordinators and National Coordinators for



The #1 need of SotG Global at this moment in time is for Regional Volunteer Coordinators (on-boarding) 

E Europe, Francophone, and W Europe are the top priorities for April, for May it will be Middle East, Caribbean, and Oceania

Estimated time commitment of 5-10 hours per week (optional seat on the SotG Regional Councils)

Primary Duties

  • Creating and Maintaining Regional LinkedIn Pages
  • Posting volunteer positions on LinkedIn
  • Messaging promising candidates with initial follow up questions
  • Following up with promising candidates by:
    • Inviting them to a group overview call
    • Interviewing top candidates themselves or
    • Introducing top candidates to the appropriate member of the Global Council
Ideal candidates will learn to lead the group calls themselves, but we have a dedicated training program for learning that skill set

In addition to the following specific positions for SotG Global, around the world our main focus is on City/State level positions:
Community Organizers
Volunteer Coordinators
Social Media Coordinators
Each of those positions can be handled with 2-3 hours a week, more details available on 

We also are recruiting for National, Regional, and Global Council positions, descriptions listed below the following specific positions

1) Specific volunteer positions for SotG Global

SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATORS Time Commitment – 3-5 hours per week

Currently our Social Media is being handled by a combination of our blogmaster and our various Co-Chairs. We need a dedicated individual for each major SM channel to make sure all of our most important announcements are going out in a timely manner, and that we have regular content for our primary SM channels.
Currently we are mostly focused on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram, but we would like to add Twitter and maybe TikTok soon.

ONLINE DISCUSSION EVENTS COORDINATOR Time Commitment – 3-5 hours per week

As winter in the northern hemisphere approaches, we will be ramping up our online offerings again, with a speaker series for female entrepreneurs planned, a role model for girls speaker series in the works, our 2nd Global Community Dialogue Day to plan, and a wide array of panel discussions possible, both for global and regional audiences. You will be responsible for maintaining our calendar of events, communicating with the relevant divisions for each event, as well as coordinating with speakers (and volunteers for the bigger events)


ONLINE SOCIAL EVENTS COORDINATOR Time Commitment – 1-3 hours per week

The SotG team all around the world is rapidly growing and we need somebody to organize fun online events for our volunteers. These can include activities such as board game nights, happy hours, or even pure philosophical discussions, or you are welcome to make your own suggestions


Volunteer Coordinator (CULTURE) 

Time Commitment – 3-5 hours per week – Volunteer Engagement and validation

3) Regional Councils

Time Commitment – 3-5 hours per month approximately

Role –

  1. Help recruit National Coordinators for all/most of the countries in that region
  2. Liaison between SotG Global and those National Coordinators (In the beginning most of the Regional Council members will be National Coordinators, but over time we’ll need separate people in these roles because of point 4
  3.  Promote global online events and global initiatives
  4. Create a Strategic Plan for their region – Basically, not everything SotG Global will be working on will be applicable to every region, and each region of the world will have specific challenges and opportunities that it doesn’t make sense for the Global Council to focus on. So to some degree this will be picking and choosing from the global menu, but also coming up with new ideas and telling SotG Global how we can support you. 

    (National Coordinators will essentially do this same thing on a national level)

    Here is a link to the full Regional Council Handbook


3) National Boards (National Coordinator Positions)

Time Commitment – 6-10 hours per month approximately

Role – 

Each National Board is responsible for designing and implementing a Strategic Plan customized for their country based on the following criteria:

  1. What are the biggest societal topics or issues in your country in which Personal Accountability(or any of our other core principles)is being neglected?
  2.  How is SotG uniquely positioned to influence that topic, either due to our philosophies, our methodology, or our netwoconrk/ability to build networks?
  3. What are the qualifications for our existing team or network in that country to be taken seriously on that societal topic?
In general National Strategic Plans will consist of the following elements:
  • Participation in initiatives/events from the World Spirit of the Game Foundation which are applicable to that country
  • Implementation of specific programs from SotG Global’s menu of options. Each program can typically be customized to fit the exact requirements of each county and the capacity of the SotG team in that country
  • Specific regional initiatives as decided upon by the Regional Council

The primary members of each National Council will be National Coordinators, each of whom will typically have a specific focus on one of the following:

A) NGO work & networking with/supporting other NGOs – SotGFoundation@gmail.com

B) SotG as a Social Movement                                                        – SotGFoundation@gmail.com

C) Impact Consulting/Coaching Coalition                                – Trent.Simmons@SpiritoftheGame.org

D) SotG’s Impact Network                                                                 – Trent.Simmons@SpiritoftheGame.org

E) Women’s Empowerment                                                              – Lucrecia.Almaraz@yahoo.com


Please send an email to the appropriate address if you are interested in getting involved in that area of our work

Our National Councils serve the same function as the National Boards but rather than being an oversight group, they are made up of representatives of either the Regional Leadership teams, or the Pillar Leadership teams for that country. 

4) SotG Global positions (Global Council-clickable link)

        Time Commitment – 6-10 hours per month approximately

          Role – Please visit this link

Right now our top needs are Co-Chairs for the University, Schools, and Climate&Sustainability divisions

         Global Board Members

          Time Commitment – 15-20 hours per week

Role –

  1. Help develop and implement the Strategic Plan for SotG Global(aka World Spirit of the Game Foundation)
  2. Each Global Board member typically has one Pillar as their primary focus and act in a supporting role to other Board members on at least 1 additional Pillar.
  3. Use their personal network to recruit additional contributors to SotG Global, the Regional Councils, and the National Councils
  4. Use their business network to help find clients for our consulting/coaching services as well as partners for our NGO work and Impact Network
To apply to join the Global Board of SotG, please email our Managing Director: Trent.Simmons@SpiritoftheGame.org

Global Working Groups

Time Commitment for members- 60-90 minutes every 1-2 weeks, typically for a 3-6 month period

Role – Brainstorming, Content development, and/or marketing strategy for specific SotG offerings or NGO topics, i.e. SotG Workshops for Schools, or Youth Leadership NGO programs, or Female Entrepreneurship, etc.

Time Commitment for Working Group Co-Chairs – 3-6 hours per month


  •  Create agenda for each working group session, take notes on the conversation, and prepare a written or video summary of each meeting
  •  Report to the Global Council meetings to:
    • Present the summary of their Working Group meetings 
    • Make specific requests for help from the other Global Council members/global Working Groups
    • Take note of requests from other Global Council members/global Working Groups which their group may be able to help with


To apply for a Regional or Global Council position, please email your relevant resume to SotGFoundation@gmail.com

5) Other ways you can support SotG


Time Commitment – No specific time commitment

Global Ambassador – Do you have a truly global network and/or social media following? Help promote SotG events and global initiatives as well as inviting your followers/supporters to join our Social Movement

Regional Ambassador – If your network is mostly in a specific region of the world, you can support our Regional Councils and regional initiatives

National Ambassador – If you have a nationwide network/following, you can help promote specific national level programs as well as various regional and global initiatives and events

Local Ambassador       – Even if you don’t have a nationwide network, you can still help to support and grow SotG in your area. 


If you don’t have time to actively contribute, you can financially support SotG by making a donation via paypal to 10MillionDiscs@gmail.com


If you have neither time or money to support, you can still subscribe to our newsletter by emailing SotGFoundation@gmail.com


We have a wide array of individuals and teams around the world who want to support SotG by building a business under our brand umbrella. In addition to helping grow our brand, these businesses are also expected to help financially support the foundation in the future, so with discretion, we help support their growth. A few examples are a credit union in Trinidad&Tobago, an Impact Investing consultancy in Switzerland, and a sports company in Turkey.

Our organization has 4 main Pillars 

1) Developing SotG as the world’s first “crowd-sourced” life philosophy which both provides individuals with an internal framework for choosing a different definition of winning and as a Social Movement which provides the external framework that helps like minded individuals and organizations around the world maximize their positive impact on society.  

2) An Impact Coaching division to help raise funds for the non-profit work, and which now has a wide range of offerings for universities, as well as for corporations, SMEs, and start-ups. 

3) Typical NGO work which includes applying for grants on Youth Leadership, Women’s Empowerment, and Entrepreneurial support, among others, as well as organizing national/global initiatives and supporting other NGOs

4) A national/global Impact Network of “disruptors of dysfunctional systems” that consists of individuals and organizations from the worlds of non-profit, social enterprise, for profit, academia and government.

Here is a full video overview of these 4 pillars as well as a deeper explanation of the long term goals of the organization/movement.
If you would like the non-narrated version you can view it here


SotG Global’s Strategic Plan (Basic version)
NGO Pillar – (Short term=Q2, 2022 / Mid term = Q3, 2022 – Q2, 2023)

Short term – Develop 3 Global Working Groups

                                  – Grants research/writing team for SotG Global and national partners

                                  – NGO Efficiency team which also helps NGO diversify their revenue streams

                                  – Helping specific groups start their own non-profit initiatives, NGOs, or Foundations

Mid term      – Develop partnerships with existing NGOs looking to scale

                         – Launch our NGO Support Coalition

                         – Solidify global network of local NGO partners, starting new organizations where needed

Long Term – Continue expanding network of official NGO partners

                         – Establish 100 Year Plan, Celebrity NGOs, and student athlete non-profit initiatives

Impact Coaching Pillar –

Short term – Peer Advisory Sprint Sessions

Mid term     – Corporate Client pitch deck, Creative Impact partnerships with incubators and co-working spaces

Long term – University offerings, School Offerings, Launch our own Accelerators

Social Movement Pillar – 

Short term – Establish National and City/State level LinkedIn pages

                        – Build local leadership teams

                        – Start Discussion Events and Groups both in-person and online

                         – Launch University Ambassadors program, start SotG  clubs at Universities

Mid term      – Begin organizing Impact Retreats and Conferences

Long term –  Launch a membership platform that helps each member assess and refine their personal Social Impact Platform and design a life

                           that works

                       – Uniting all the like minded communities and causes on a global basis

Impact Network Pillar – 

Short term – Peer Advisory Sprint Sessions

                         – Build Regional, National, and City level frameworks for The Impactful Women’s Network

Mid term      – Launch The Impactful Women’s Network

                         – Build Regional, National, and City level frameworks for The Impactful Business Network

                          – Develop the first set of courses for The Impactful Teacher’s Network

                         – Launch The Impactful Business Network

Long term   – Build the framework that ties together all of our Impactful Networks

                         – Build the world’s largest network of global Impact&Sustainability experts from all areas of society