iCOACHCONNECT GETS CROWDFUNDING
We’ve grown fast in the last few years! Memberships are up and our positive impact is spreading across the country. But as we grow so does our need to grow our infrastructure so we can continue providing our valuable services for FREE to all our existing members and future members.
Because of this need we’ve chosen to create a Crowdfunding Campaign and we’re counting on your support.
OUR # 1 PRIORITY IS POSTING MORE JOBS
Our # 1 Priority with the money raised is to immediately hire more researchers to triple the number of job postings including overseas jobs, so at any given time coaches can choose from 2500-3000 open coaching positions increasing their chances of finding new jobs and schools the most qualified coaches.
Because iCoachConnect has a specific purpose – provide coaches a straightforward system where talented coaches can apply for open jobs and parents will be assured schools will have hundreds of coaching resumes to review assuring the teams their kids play on will be coached by a qualified and positive role models that teach good sportsmanship, fair play, honesty and integrity.
ONLY THE BEGINNING
WHAT WE PLAN TO DO
iCoachConnect will increase awareness and grow its membership through a dedicated social media campaign, broadcast live online interviews and training seminars, add a resume builder and a national coaches directory for athletes wanting private training.We will also create a proprietary tool that will automatically search the Internet every day for open coaching positions both domestically and globally that will increase our database of jobs to over 5000 + jobs in any given month.
TIMES HAVE CHANGED
Coaches now more than ever are under seige and forced to to deal with problems not related to coaching. Like steroids use, angry parents and Madison Avenue and we need your support.
"SCHOOL TACKLES ALARMING SUBJECT:STEROID USE"- USA Today
"AS STAKES RISE, MORE PARENTS ARE DIRECTING THEIR RAGE AT COACHES" -NY Times
"HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL COACH BENCHES ENTIRE TEAM FOR CHARACTER ISSUES" - NBC News
"HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS HAVE TURNED INTO BIG BUSINESS" - CNBC