VIDEO: More Than Just an Annual Event, the NSCAA Convention is a Way to Connect
In the course of the next few weeks, NSCAA.com will reveal several reasons why 10,000 soccer fanatics in the form of coaches, administrators, exhibitors and fans look forward to the annual NSCAA Convention.
So, what's a primary reason to attend the 2013 NSCAA Convention?
The NSCAA Convention is a great place to network with fellow soccer minds. People from far and wide come to the annual event to meet up with friends and colleagues, make new acquaintances, and develop friendships that can last a lifetime.
Talk to any attendee that has been to a Convention and they will tell you why it is a “must attend” event every year. Networking can happen anywhere and anytime, but here are several items you should be sure to add to your schedule:
- Thurday evening's College Coaches Awards Reception presented by Cal South
- Thursday night's Exhibit Hall Grand Opening
- Thursday night's Social for Coaches of Female Athletes: Presented by the NSCAA Women's Committee
- Friday morning's High School and Youth Coaches Awards Breakfast
- Saturday morning's Women's Soccer Breakfast
- The special receptions throughout the week hosted by a variety of NSCAA Committees
Additional information about networking opportunities available can be found at the 2013 Convention schedule.
Here are two coaches, George Mason men's coach Greg Andrulis and Louisville's Ken Lolla, advising why they attend the World's Largest Annual Gathering of Soccer Coaches and Administrators.
Register now and start building your network!