The AVCA Minority Coaches Committee is supplied a grant by the NCAA that allows them to conduct several different clinics throughout the country, providing a unique opportunity for minority coaches to receive instruction and training from the top NCAA coaches on how to become a better coach and leader. All of the clinics offered participants learning opportunities in individual skill instruction as well as career and professional development opportunities in coaching. All participants of the clinics and workshops are granted access to bond, network, grow and learn from coaches within the ranks of the NCAA, an opportunity they may have not received otherwise.
Each year at the AVCA Convention, the committee offers scholarships to a group of minority coaches who are looking to pursue a head coaching position at the NCAA level.
2012 Minority Coaches Scholarship
Click here to download the scholarship application
Highlights from 2010-11 Workshops
2010 AVCA Annual Convention-Kansas City, Missouri
"I have never had such a wonderful experience with such a great group of people. I learned a lot of valuable information and I wish I had more time with this group!"
"I loved meeting the other recipients and getting to know them as well as forming relationships with the Minority Coaches Committee members. This was my first convention and it definitely won't be my last because I loved being around so many people who are passionate about volleyball."
Detroit, Michigan- January 2011
Clinicians: Deitre Collins-Parker, Dottie Porch and Nadia Edwards
"Great job! It was awesome to have African American women put on an outstanding clinic. The information was great!"