Black Coaches Association National Convention and Expo (BCA National Convent)

Venue: Hyatt Regency Hotel

Location: Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Event Date/Time: Jun 05, 2003 End Date/Time: Jun 07, 2003
Registration Date: May 21, 2003
Early Registration Date: Apr 14, 2003
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Description

BCA Purpose
The Black Coaches Association is a 501 © (3) tax exempt non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to foster the growth and development of minorities at all levels of sports both nationally and internationally. The BCA is committed to creating a positive enlightened environment and common grounds where issues can be examined closely, debated sincerely, and resolved honestly. The BCA’s focus envelopes the concerns of its colleagues in professional sports, NCAA (Division I, II, and III), NAIA (Division I and II), junior college, and high school levels.

BCA Mission

• To address significant issues pertaining to the participation and employment of minorities in sport in general and intercollegiate athletics in particular.
• To assist minorities aspiring to have a career in athletics through educational and professional development programming and scholarships.
• To provide youth and diverse communities the opportunity to interact positively with the BCA as a corporate citizen and community builder through a variety of alliances.

National Convention
ATTENDEES WILL INCLUDE:
Academic Advisors
Agents
Athletes
Athletic Administrators
Athletic Coaches
Athletic Trainers
Business Development Executives
Career/Personal Coaches
College and University Presidents
Consultants
Financial Advisors
Interns
Key Sports Association Members
League Executives
Media & Broadcasters
Athlete Officials
Sports Attorneys
Sports Marketing Executives
Students

WORKSHOP AND SEMINARS (tentative schedule)
Mock Interviews
Contract Structure & Negotiations
Developing And Maintaining Your Network
Ethics and Responsibility in Coaching
High School Programs
How to assemble a winning coaching staff? Effective Team Development
How to promote, market and raise funds for your program?
Mentoring/Preparation
Minority Opportunities in Sports Administration
NCAA Recruiting Procedures & New Policies
Playing it Safe – Risk Management for Coaches
Professional Conduct and the Right Etiquette
Resource Development/Sports Philanthropy
Sportsmanship & Communication
The Search Process For Coaches
Transition requirements for first time head coaches
Women in Sports

PAST CONVENTION PRESENTERS INCLUDE:
Ray Anderson, Executive Vice President, Atlanta Falcons
Daniel Boggan, Senior Vice President, NCAA
Lloyd Ward, COO & Secretary General, United State Olympic Committee
Henry (Hank) Thomas, Attorney
Cheryl Littlejohn, Head Women’s Basketball Coach, Chicago State University
Merritt Norvell, President, DHR International
Tony Dungy, Head Coach, Indianapolis Colts
Mike Davis, Head Basketball Coach, Indiana University
Tubby Smith, Head Basketball Coach, University of Kentucky
Joe Taylor, Head Football Coach, Hampton University
John Hodges, Director of Marketing, Amateur Athletic Union

Venue

One South Capitol Avenue
Indianapolis
Indiana
United States
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Additional Information

BCA MEMBER $160 $210 BCA NON-MEMBER $225 $275 Contribution to BCA Scholarship Fund $____________ (optional) Special Event Fees BCA Awards Banquet: $50 per ticket $500 per table (seating includes ten people) “Images of Excellence” (each registrant will be given one complimentary ticket to the luncheon. Tickets are non-transferable) Yes, I will attend No, I will be unable to attend. Additional tickets $20 per ticket $200 per table We are unable to attend any of the events. Please accept our tax-deductible contribution $ _____________ Mock Interviews: I am interested in participating, please send information No, I choose not to participate Youth Clinic: Yes, I would like to participate. Send me information. No, I choose not to participate Spouse/Guest Registration BCA Awards Banquet $50 per ticket x ______ tickets $500 per table (seating includes ten people) “Images of Excellence” $20 per ticket x _____ tickets $200 per table (seating includes ten people)