The Dallas Cowboys are bringing back their youth football Coaches Clinic!
THURSDAY, JULY 18
8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Middle school and youth football coaches from across the country are invited to join other coaches from the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and Salvation Army agencies throughout the U.S. in learning from the Dallas Cowboys coaching staff during this FREE, one-day youth coaching seminar.
Only 500 youth and middle school coaches will have the opportunity to hear the Dallas Cowboys personnel share their offensive, defensive and special teams best practices, coaching tips and knowledge and experience from years of working in football. Dallas Cowboys Owner and General Manager Jerry Jones and Head Coach Jason Garrett will also share their thoughts on the important role of coaching youth football.
There is no cost associated with attending the clinic, but space is limited to 500 qualified applicants. Attendees will receive instruction from Cowboys staff, breakfast, lunch, a coaches notebook from USA Football, a complimentary USAFootball.com coaches membership to access additional interactive materials and video, a discussion of the Heads Up Football technique and much more!
NEW COACHES CLINIC REGISTRATION DEADLINE
Friday, July 12, 2013
DO NOT WAIT! CAPACITY IS OFTEN REACHED BEFORE THE DEADLINE!
SPACE IS LIMITED TO 500 QUALIFYING APPLICANTS
CLICK BELOW FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY FOR THE CLINIC
Contact the Dallas Cowboys Community Relations Department
at 972-556-9959 with any other questions.
- Black Colored Helmet - (Both High School teams are going to a Matted Black Helmet this year. We will do our best to have a program to paint existing helmets close to the beginning of the season, but this is not guaranteed.)
- Black Rawlings Game Pants - $30 (Wearing last years pant is fine)
- White Practice Pants - (Any brand of all white practice pant is acceptable)
- Black Face Mask and Chin Strap - (Any brand is acceptable)
About Our Program
The Rockwall YMCA and the Heath Hawks Community Athletics (HHCA) are both organizations that were built on similar principles. Together they have come together to create a "Elementary School" based football organization in which kids living on the North side of I-30 will be "Yellowjackets" and the kids living on the south side will be "Hawks." Kids play with their classmates and compete against teams made up of other schools within the RISD. Kids cannot jump boundaries. They play for the school that they represent...No exceptions. Coaches do their best with what they have, and no kid gets left behind.
The two organizations will now be the HHCA Hawks and RYCA Yellowjackets operating under the umbrella of the YMCA.