Date, Time & Location

TBA Preseason Fall 2016


SF Youth Soccer Office

1434 Taraval, San Francisco, CA 94116

Upstairs through the red door​​


Coaching Corps has a vision of Thousands of Coaches. Hundreds of Thousands of Kids. Changed Lives. Brighter Futures.

The organization and its programs are founded on the conviction that sports are a vehicle of transformative change for girls and boys in low-income communities. And in an economy that widens the gap between kids on opposite ends of the economic spectrum, our work has never been more urgent. Learn more here.


TBA Preseason Fall 2016

Highly interactive, three-hour session, for new and veteran coaches alike. Learn new coaching strategies and share own best practices. Topics covered:

  • Building Blocks for Quality Youth Sports:  It’s not just sports for sports sake. Young people can learn numerous skills that transfer from the playing field to the classroom, home, and community. Learn the Coaching Corps framework of Youth Development and how to implement it so we can help kids reach their full potential.

  • Coaching Skills: Learn the Coaching Corps Practice Model and implement it by participating in coaching demonstrations with your peers.


There will be food and drink served, so make sure to RSVP so we have enough for all!

LIMITED SPACE !!

Sign up to attend by completing the Online Registration Form.

​​SFYS EVENT | COACHING CORPS BEST PRACTICES

Facilitator

FREE!

Joanna Doyle is SF Youth Soccer's Director of Recreational Programming. 


With over a decade of experience in program management, youth development and youth education, Jo's expertise includes direct services in teaching and coaching through operating as a supervising manager/director and curriculum developer with a number of non-profit organizations and schools. 


Since 2002, she has focused her passion for youth education development, such as coaching methods and skill-sets for adults who work with youth as well as honing her passion for facilitating and public speaking. In 2013 she became a certified Coaching Corps Trainer and is currently working toward becoming an endorsed trainer with California School-Age Consortium to further my impact as a devoted and dedicated mentor who is improving the lives and futures of youth through my impact on other adults. 


"I am inspired and energized by the adults that I work with, especially the volunteers and community members, who are taking their extra time to give the youth of San Francisco an opportunity of fun and healthy play," she says.