University of Georgia
Greetings Parents and Students,
If you are looking for a tutor or coach who can incorporate real life challenges in to the learning process and help motivate youth to reach their potential, then look no further. I am extremely interested in identifying opportunities to help the younger generation excel in the academic subjects and sports I enjoyed when I was their age. My youth coaching experience includes the Athens YMCA and First Baptist Church Athens coaching and refereeing boys and girls from beginners through High School. I regularly play pick-up basketball at the Athens YMCA. I am willing to coach individuals, small groups and possibly even fill in or assist with coaching of teams. I will work with you to develop conditioning, fundamentals, mental focus, footwork, shooting, passing, offense, defense and position specific skills such as the post, shooting guard, power forward, wingman or swingman.
I graduated from the University of Georgia in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science in Biological Engineering, Environmental Emphasis. I am currently a Georgia Registered Professional Engineer, LEED Professional and Erosion Control Design Professional. I am employed full-time with a local engineering firm that provides consulting services for a wide variety of municipal clients including the University of Georgia.
I am interested in identifying students who want to develop their basketball skills while excelling in academics. I take a disciplined approach to giving instruction with positive reinforcement while incorporating the simple lessons of life with real life scenarios into the challenges of learning and playing sports. Excellent grades should be rewarded with sports. I relate the classroom to sports and sports to the classroom.
2000-2001: Youth Boys Football Coach
2001-2002: Youth Coed Basketball Coach
2001-2003: Youth League Basketball Referee
First Baptist Church Athens
2007 Youth Men's Basketball Coach Greetings Parents and Students,
If you are looking for a tutor or coach who can incorporate real life challenges in to the learning process and help motivate youth to reach their potential, then look no further. I am extremely interested in identifying opportunities to help the younger generation … Read more
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