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MJKO is Hiring an Assistant Coach!

MJKO Boxing, situated in the heart of downtown Toronto, is presently on the lookout for a part-time assistant boxing coach to aid in the training of young recreational athletes.

The Mentoring Juniors Kids Organization (MJKO Boxing) is currently holding "tryouts" for boxing coaches. We are looking to hire a part-time assistant Boxing Coach for our afterschool program starting in the fall. This is a paid position with hours ranging from 15-20 per week. MJKO is an inclusive boxing club that prioritizes trauma-informed coaching practices and follows the Coaches Canada Responsible Coaching Movement guidelines.

At MJKO, you are more than a boxing coach! 

You are a mentor, you are a role model, and you are a community advocate. You must want to use the sport of boxing to create a positive sports experience for all members. 

We are running "tryouts" Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 PM at our gym at 186 Cowan Ave, Basement. This class will introduce you to MJKO and gauge if you are a good fit for our club. You will be paid $40 for teaching this class. The successful coach will be notified in early September. 

If you would like to schedule a "tryout" session, please message our Head Coach, Miranda Kamal, at Miranda.kamal@mjko.ca 

Coaches wishing to "try out" must be:

  • able to lead a 90-minute class for youth aged 10 -18 years old with mixed athletic abilities.
  • A minimum of Level 1 NCCP Boxing "in training" or "certified.
  • Complete the Safe Sport and Respect in Sport online training modules developed by the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) by the start date in the fall.
  • Have a clean police background check. 
  • Must sign the MJKO Code of Conduct and adhere to all policies found at https://mjko.ca/policies/

Diversity, Inclusion and Equity Policy

MJKO is committed to providing programs and opportunities in an equitable, diverse, and inclusive space. All participants, employees, volunteers, board members, and other stakeholders should feel respected, valued, and heard, regardless of gender, race, sexual orientation, identity, disability, age, or education. United in our diversity, we make great strides in building a strong and supportive community.


Together we are getting kids moving, dreaming the big dream and understanding the value of volunteerism.  To learn more about volunteer opportunities with Mentoring Juniors Kids Organization (MJKO) or to donate please visit http://www.mjko.ca