Host Families/Jobs

Housing and Jobs for Waynesboro Generals Players

Each summer, two of the most important jobs are finding housing and jobs for the players. Players are housed by volunteer host families during the summer. Host familiesare ask to provide a place to sleep such as a bedroom or other spare room and a place to do laundry. The players are responsible for their own transportation, meals and doing their laundry. Most host families include the player in as many meals and family events as possible. While in Waynesboro each player is subject to the same NCAA rules and regulations as if they were still at school, in addition to team and host family rules. Generals players can be good role models, teachers and coaches for younger children in the family. Some families choose a player by the position their child plays in Little League, others by favorite school, alma mater, etc. Over the years, many close relationships have developed between players and their host families. It is an experience that has shown over and over again to be very positive and creates memories that will last a life time. Host families are admitted free to all Generals home games.

If you live in the Waynesboro, Augusta County area and would like to host a player this summer or would like more information, please contact Missy Miller at 949-8976. A successful season is vital to having host families provide housing and a family atmosphere for the players.We also need part time jobs for the players during the summer. Because of the schedule we play and distance to other ballparks, players are limited to just a few hours a day. If you have a job to offer a player please contact Missy Miller at 949-8976.

If you cannot host a player or offer a job but would like to be a part of the Waynesboro Generals family we can always use volunteers for various duties. Some of these include selling tickets, game promotions, concessions, special events, public relations, etc. We can always use an extra hand. Our season would not be possible without the generosity of so many volunteers and businesses.