Tuesday November 10, 2020
Grandville (MI): Grandville HS is looking to hire an assistant coach and will be hiring a social studies teacher to start in January. Any coach that is interested should apply this week at the district website. You can direct coaching specific questions to email@example.com.
Garinger (Charlotte, NC): Garinger HS is looking for an assistant football coach. We are looking to bring in the best possible coach to add to our staff. We have an immediate teaching opening for those certified in Social Studies (American History), we also have an opening for a BMT. North Carolina has pushed the start of football to February we are currently in off-season training. We will move quickly to hire the best candidate for the teaching and coaching position. If interested please send your resume to Head Coach Greg Fowler at firstname.lastname@example.org
Aransas Pass (TX): Ryan Knostman is stepping down and moving into an administrative role, Matt Stepp tweets.
Masters of Sports Administration:Upper Iowa’s MSA degree provides learners with the current theories, concepts, and learning models necessary to assume administrative, coaching and leadership roles in high school, higher education and sports business settings. The online degree is available with emphasis in Sports Management or Coaching & Leadership Education.
Ridge Community (FL): Ridge is looking for coaches to fill some critical positions. I am looking for a LB coach, RB Coach, and other positions will be considered. I do not have any coordinator spots available. All certification areas will be considered, with the exception of ELA. Ideal candidate will be available now, or shortly after the season is complete, is High Energy, very eager to learn, share expertise, and be a team guy. Loves the weight room and watching young people develop. Please send resumes to Chris Davidson at email@example.com.
PJ Fleck: The day before taking on Illinois after starting the season 0-2, PJ Fleck decided to read his guys a children’s book entitled Everyone Poops. Here’s why.
New Coaching Changes Page: Keep track of all the 2020-21 NFL and College head coaching movement here.