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Video Chat: Hirings, Firings & Everything in Between - May 17

11:00 – 11:45am ET

Hoping to get a raise this year? Wondering how to strategically write the self-assessment portion of your performance review? Fired and figuring out how to land your next position? Garry Rosenfield, agent and attorney at Coaches Inc., discusses performance reviews, firing, and equips coaches to prepare for end-of-season athletic department processes.

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NCAA Women Coaches Academy: May 31 - June 3

Denver, Colorado  |  Class #41

The Women Coaches Academy (WCA), hosted in partnership between the Alliance of Women Coaches and the NCAA, is a 4-day educational training open to NCAA coaches of all experience levels that offers non-sport-specific program management strategies, with a special focus on philosophy development and building your skills and knowledge about planning, communication, legal issues, ethics, hiring, supervising staff, conflict resolution, learning styles and achieving success. The Academy is for women coaches of NCAA-sponsored sports (or emerging-sports) at NCAA Division I, II, or III member institutions. Since the first WCA session in 2003, 40 Academies have taken place, producing more than 1,550 graduates.

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NCAA Women Coaches Academy: June 15-18

Denver, Colorado  |  Class #42

The Women Coaches Academy (WCA), hosted in partnership between the Alliance of Women Coaches and the NCAA, is a 4-day educational training open to NCAA coaches of all experience levels that offers non-sport-specific program management strategies, with a special focus on philosophy development and building your skills and knowledge about planning, communication, legal issues, ethics, hiring, supervising staff, conflict resolution, learning styles and achieving success. The Academy is for women coaches of NCAA-sponsored sports (or emerging-sports) at NCAA Division I, II, or III member institutions. Since the first WCA session in 2003, 40 Academies have taken place, producing more than 1,550 graduates.

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#TitleIXat45 Twitter Chat : June 23

2 – 3pm ET – Join us on Twitter with #TitleIXat45

Celebrate Title IX’s 45th Anniversary: Since the passage of Title IX in 1972, female participation in high school sports has increased by 450% and in college by a factor of 9.Despite this tremendous growth, there is still more work to be done to ensure all girls and women have equal access to sports. In celebration of the 45th Anniversary of Title IX, we invite you to join a 60-minute #TitleIXat45 Twitter Chat with the Women’s Sports Foundation, National Women’s Law Center, American Association of University Women, Women Leaders in College Sports and the Alliance of Women Coaches. We will discuss the influence of Title IX, why it is important for Title IX to stay in effect and what still needs to be done to work towards gender equity in athletics.

 

Regional Workshop - Nashville: August 1

Nashville, Tennessee

The Alliance of Women Coaches provides one-day regional training programs for women coaches, administrators and interested students across the country. These seminars focus on relevant issues and common challenges and offer practical ideas that can be implemented immediately.

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Regional Workshop - Chicago: September 12

Chicago, Illinois

The Alliance of Women Coaches provides one-day regional training programs for women coaches, administrators and interested students across the country. These seminars focus on relevant issues and common challenges and offer practical ideas that can be implemented immediately.

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NCAA Women Coaches Academy: November 29 - December 2

Denver, Colorado  |  Class #43

The Women Coaches Academy (WCA), hosted in partnership between the Alliance of Women Coaches and the NCAA, is a 4-day educational training open to NCAA coaches of all experience levels that offers non-sport-specific program management strategies, with a special focus on philosophy development and building your skills and knowledge about planning, communication, legal issues, ethics, hiring, supervising staff, conflict resolution, learning styles and achieving success. The Academy is for women coaches of NCAA-sponsored sports (or emerging-sports) at NCAA Division I, II, or III member institutions. Since the first WCA session in 2003, 40 Academies have taken place, producing more than 1,550 graduates.

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