AVCA Member Benefits
The AVCA's comprehensive Web site includes pages designed for each membership category. Click the icon below and tour the AVCA Website and many benefits you have access to as an AVCA member!
The AVCA Annual Convention is the largest gathering of volleyball coaches and vendors in the nation. Held in December in conjunction with the NCAA Women's Division I Volleyball Championship, over 2,000 attendees choose from nearly 70 educational sessions that are both on-court and in the classroom. Volleyball Marketplace attracts over 100 exhibitors annually. AVCA members receive a discounted price on AVCA Convention registration.
An event whose 21st Century Coaching Skills theme helps you become a complete coach, from on-court instructor, to locker room facilitator, to off-the-court CEO of your program. AVCA members receive a discounted price on AVCA Spring Conference registration.
AVCA members have access to Convention seminars, educational articles, volleyball drills, Video Tips of the Week, Webinars, Publications and much, much more!
Watch a tutorial on all the Educational Resources the AVCA has to offer!
General Recognition and Awards Programs
- AVCA Hall of Fame
- AVCA Team Academic Award Program
- AVCA Victory Club Program
- Grant Burger Media Award
- Thirty Under 30 Awards Program
- Coaches 4 Coaches Scholarship Program
- Minority Coaches Scholarship Program
Collegiate Recognition & Awards Programs
- AVCA Coach of the Year Program
- Sports Imports/AVCA Player of the Week Program
- AVCA Player of the Year Recognition
- AVCA All-America and All-Region Recognition
- AVCA National Newcomer of the Year Program (Men)
- AVCA National and Regional Freshman of the Year Program (Women)
High School Recognition & Awards Programs
- Under Armour/AVCA Girls' High School All-America Program
- MaxPreps/AVCA Player of the Week Program
- AVCA Boys' High School Senior All-America Program
- AVCA National High School Coach of the Year
- AVCA Annual Convention & Spring Conference Member Pricing
- AVCA Product Store Member Pricing
Award-Winning Technical Journal
Coaching Volleyball is the award-winning technical journal of the American Volleyball Coaches Association. Published bi-monthly, Coaching Volleyball provides in-depth analysis and advice on coaching technique, systems and strategy, administrative issues, and physiological, psychological and nutritional elements related to volleyball. Click here for a sample of Coaching Volleyball Online.
Coaching Volleyball 2.0
The new, digital version of Coaching Volleyball featuring engaging content distinct from the printed publication. Click here to read the inaugural issue of Coaching Volleyball 2.0.
The AVCA's e-magazine for volleyball players. Click here to view the most recent issue of Phenom and the Phenom archive.
At the Net
At The Net keeps members informed of the latest news, activities, and events in the world of volleyball. At the Net is distributed to members bi-weekly. Click here for a sample of At the Net.
Volleyball Ace Power Tips
Volleyball Ace Power Tips is published bi-weekly and provides coaches with the latest drills, techniques and strategies. Click here for a sample of Volleyball Ace Power Tips.
Official Newsletter of the Junior Volleyball Association
VolleyBiz is the official newsletter of the Junior Volleyball Association (JVA). This monthly newsletter contains information to help inform club directors and club coaches on the different facets of running the business of club volleyball.
Joe Sagula - University of North Carolina Head Women's Volleyball Coach
former AVCA President, AVCA member since 1981
"The AVCA is focused on providing you the opportunity to reach out to coaches at all levels from across the country. I invite you to embrace this organization as a professional by doing your part in support of fellow coaches."
Mary Wise - University of Florida Head Women's Volleyball Coach
AVCA Past-President, AVCA member since 1981
"The charge of the AVCA is to help promote volleyball at all levels. We have an opportunity by joining the AVCA to become better volleyball coaches. I think it's our responsibility to work hard to become better and we have an avenue to do so by the AVCA."
John Dunning - Stanford University Head Women's Volleyball Coach
AVCA member since 1981
"Volleyball is a sport that grows by groundswell and you need someone to organize it. For the volleyball world, the AVCA has been the guiding light. The attention that is being drawn to our sport has been drawn through the AVCA."