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Join Player Development Committee (PDC)

12/18/2020, 10:30am CST
By Web Admin

Want to make an impact in Tiger Hockey?

NRYHA is restructuring the Player Development Committee (PDC).

The application process is open to anyone.

Applications will be accepted until Friday, January 15th.

Applicants will be reviewed by the NRYHA Board of Directors during the January 20th board meeting.

Apply Here: https://forms.gle/vESVyvSLEMmC7xvB9

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NRYHA's Program Development Vision & Values:

Purpose: We want to enhance our coaching philosophy to include all aspects of player development. We want our coaches to get excited about player development and have a solid foundation to build from. To give our coaches the resources necessary to build a proper practice and utilize all opportunities to develop.

Vision: A foundation for long term success: We are here to help the NRYHA members be well prepared in the years ahead. What we are teaching today is meant to assist our players over the next 10 years as they move through all levels. We are focusing on drills that will build fundamental skills clearing the way for practices focused on team oriented systems at higher levels of hockey. Skills First!!!

Focus: Keep players loving the game by giving it back to THEM. Skill Development-drill in fundamentals so each player has a solid foundation. We must be conducted to accommodate the number of new players who wish to play hockey, and reduce the number who become disenchanted and drop out.

Coaching Philosophy: Create an environment in which children can learn the basic skills without the distractions that are often associated with an over emphasis on winning. Mastering of fundamental skills and the fun of playing are essential to the development of a LIFELONG interest in the wonderful game of hockey.

NRYHA is looking for a 2020-2021 Mite Manager!

The team manager is an important role on any team. This person will work with the coaching staff and assist with facilitating information to all families and players.

The Mite In-house Team Manager is responsible for:

  • Communications to in-house families
  • Coordinating Jamborees and team events
  • Update the website team page (information, photos, etc.)

Team Managers receive 35 volunteer work hours for season. All team managers are provided training and support to transition into this critical role. 

If you are interested in becoming the Mites Manager for this upcoming season, please go to forms.gle/JN48RKuTcGyrT52k9 to apply for the role.

If you have any questions regarding the role, please email Jason Bahneman at jjbahneman@gmail.com.

Hurry, the deadline for applications is Friday, October 23rd.

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