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2023-2024 Try-Outs

Registration for the 2023-2024 Try-Outs opens next week.

For details regarding Try-Outs and the Evaluation process please view our Try-Outs Policy and Procedure

As per the VBC Club Handbook:

November 19, 2023

12/13/14U Season of Play (In-Person Tryouts may begin)

November 26, 2023

15U Season of Play (In-Person Tryouts may begin)

December 3, 2023

16/17/18U Season of Play (In-Person Tryouts may begin)

November 27, 2023

12/13/14U Tryout Offer Signing Date

December 4, 2023

15U Tryout Offer Signing Date

December 11, 2023

16/17/18U Tryout Offer Signing Date

January 8, 2024

Registration Opens for 15U-18U Girls Events

Annual General Meeting

The 2023-2024 AGM's date is Sunday, October 15th from 4:00 PM until 6:00 PM. Location 970 Laval Crescent. Pizza and refreshments will be made available after the meeting. Please RSVP to

The KVA sees an overwhelming response from members throughout the season, but only 9 people attended our last AGM. All current and would-be KVA members are welcome to join us!

Board Members Needed!

The members of the Board of Directors oversee the governance of the society and ensure that KVA:
Achieves outcomes consistent with the Society’s Mission, Vision, and objectives in accordance with our mandate and strategic plan Operates in a fiscally sound and prudent manner Operates according to our Constitution and Bylaws, and all applicable acts, statutes, and regulations.

Board members are expected to actively participate in all Board meetings, Annual General Meetings, and other commitments of the role. Board meetings are held on the third Wednesday of every month from 7PM until 9PM. The Society asks for a minimum 2-year commitment to the role.

As per the BC Societies Act, a director of a non-profit Society in British Columbia:
Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident over 18 years of age
Must not have been found by any court, in Canada or elsewhere, to be incapable to managing their own affairs
Must not be an undischarged bankrupt
Must have not been convicted in or out of BC of an offence in connection with the promotion, formation, or management of a corporation of unincorporated entity, or of an offence involving fraud, unless certain criteria have been met.

An understanding of and commitment to the work of Connective and the organization’s Mission, Vision, and Core Values Knowledgeable and skilled in areas of board governance, fundraising, not-for-profit sector, finance, human resources, risk management and advocacy Interest in supporting the Society pursue its mandate in the community.

We welcome all candidates with emphasis to those with experience and a vision in the following areas:
Accounting and Finance 
Legal and Governance
Media and Communications

KVA Pack

The Kamloops Volleyball Association (KVA) comprises of a youth program (KVA PACK) and Adult program.  KVA PACK is committed to providing a sport environment that is athlete-centred and which is characterized by open, clear communication and honesty, fairness and mutual respect. Being a member of the KVA has many benefits and privileges. At the same time, athletes, coaches and parents are expected to fulfil certain responsibilities and obligations including complying with KVA's and Volleyball BC’s policies, rules and regulations. These rules and regulations were developed to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone involved.

The functions of the KVA include but are not limited to: 

1. Providing an opportunity for players and coaches who enjoy volleyball to participate in a quality male or female program beyond the traditional school season.

2. Assisting players to reach their goals and to bring players who are pursing an elite level an opportunity to achieve their goals. 

Volleyball BC Safe Sport Handbook

This Handbook is one of the commitments VBC made in their Safe Sport Action Plan to provide resources to support all members to understand how to deliver safe volleyball experiences. The Handbook is designed to bring together resources and information in some key areas, including:

·      VBC Code of Conduct and what it means for individuals

·      how to report behaviour that is not in line with VBC's Code of Conduct.

·      what does appropriate and inappropriate behaviour look like in volleyball?

·      screening and education requirements for leaders in volleyball.

·      resources and support services

Email for more information

VBC Member Registration Portal (Click on Image)

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Volleyball Shoe Bank

Volleyball Shoe Bank (VSB)  is an initiative by a current KVA Pack athlete and it's purpose is to collect and re-distribute athletic volleyball shoes by matching gently-used or outgrown court shoes with feet that need them.

Please consider donating.  A drop-box will be available at Try-outs on Nov 28 and Dec 5.

WHAT to Donate:

  • Gently-used / outgrown court shoes that are still suitable for wear
  • Use an elastic or tie the shoelaces to keep the shoes together.

About the athlete, Ella.

I am a grade 12 student at SKSS, and am a competitive volleyball player who plays at the Team BC level. Having been supported in my volleyball journey by the Kamloops Volleyball Association, it is important for me to be able to give back to our town’s athletic programs.  Especially in a smaller town, finding a way to pursue my passion with limited resources has had its challenges, including how to access gear more affordably. I wanted to offer support to young athletes in my community; so, I founded the Volleyball Shoe Bank (VSB). 

 Please check out the Volleyball Shoe Bank on Facebook: 

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