What are you passionate about as a coach? What is the most rewarding part of coaching? Most great coaches talk about watching a student athlete grow and develop as both a player AND perhaps more importantly, as a person. Everyone likes to win games of course, but the feeling and excitement in seeing kids grow towards their potential as people…that’s what it’s all about!
As a coach for America’s Team, you get to take this part of coaching to an entirely new level. Not only do you get to mentor kids on the field or court, you also get to be part of their experience as they learn a new culture. You will be right there with them as they see, for the first time, places like the Vatican in Rome, the Heidelberg Castle in Germany, or the 1992 Olympic Complex in Barcelona. For them, this is a huge learning and growing experience, and you are a vital part of this growing up process. Without great coaches, we would not be able to Change Kids Lives Through Sports!
“Our trip with America’s Team and ACIS was incredible. The baseball in Italy was better than I expected, and our kids really competed well. Our tour manager ran the tour so smoothly, getting us to all the tours and games without any glitches. And his knowledge of the country was amazing! I can’t wait to take another team back to Italy.”
“I was thoroughly impressed with the product that America’s Team puts together. The trip is well organized and the accommodations sterling. ACIS’s people are first-class. Invariably, each player had an absolute blast and wants to participate again. I can’t say enough good things about this opportunity America’s Team provides.“
“Being part of America’s Team allows me to share the experience with young teenagers and helping them learn from other cultures. As a retired Army Senior Non-commissioned officer, I have had the opportunity to visit over 30 countries and serve my nation with pride, so this gives me the ability to build that same pride in our countries youth. I still get emails from participants four years ago that talk about how this opportunity gave them a new appreciation for what they have in the United States..”