One of the greatest benefits of joining NSCA’s community of strength and conditioning professionals is access to a growing network of top strength coaches, personal trainers and others who share your passion for evidence-based best practices.
NSCA has a network of volunteer leaders who direct NSCA’s efforts at the state and provincial level. And regional coordinators provide oversight and training across 9 U.S. and Canadian regions. Members can connect at local and regional events as well as on regional Facebook groups to others in their area. To find out more, click on your region above.
If you are looking for top-quality clinics and conferences at a reasonable cost, NSCA offers dozens of state, provincial and regional events each year. These events draw coaches, personal trainers, and others in the greater strength and conditioning community, and continuing education credits are awarded to participants.
Are you looking to grow professionally and in your leadership skills? The NSCA is always looking for state and provincial directors to serve the strength and conditioning community to help us: 1. Provide educational opportunities in the form of NSCA events. 2. Communicate with members and non-members. 3. Improve NSCA Member acquisition and retention. 4. Improve member involvement and investment. 5. Increase public awareness of the NSCA.
NSCA’s State and Provincial Director (SPD) program is a network of volunteer leaders who facilitate NSCA’s U.S. and Canadian efforts at a local level. Regional Coordinators provide oversight and training across nine regions. Applications are received throughout the year for open positions.
CALL FOR STATE/PROVINCIAL DIRECTORS 2023
The NSCA is seeking volunteers to fulfill select State and Provincial Director positions within the United States and Canada. Terms will begin April 15, 2023 and continue through April 14, 2026. Current NSCA members who are NSCA certified are eligible to apply.
Please consider the following responsibilities for a State/Provincial Director as you make your decision to become a State/Provincial Director volunteer:
• Promote the mission of the NSCA
• Increase public awareness of the NSCA
• Increase NSCA membership and certification awareness
• Serve as a liaison between NSCA Headquarters and NSCA members
• Host an annual NSCA clinic within the state/province
• Attend the National Conference and participate in the State/Provincial Directors meeting
• File an annual report with NSCA Headquarters
• Set up a State/Provincial Advisory Board
States/Provinces up for Election:
Canada: Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan
United States: Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virgin Islands, Virginia (District of Columbia), Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
TO APPLY: Submit your resume/CV and NSCA Community Volunteer Application to the NSCA's State and Provincial Program Coordinator at email@example.com to become involved.
Apply by February 15, 2023 for April 15, 2023 positions. Current directors, if eligible, may run for a second term by resubmitting the required documents.