Accepting volunteers for October 1st 2012 – December 1st, 2013. It may well be the greatest experience of your life!
In 2012, Coaches across Continents and our Hat-Trick Initiatives were seen on the fields in 15 countries. Our success in using Soccer for Social Development relies upon our unique coaching program called “From Chance to Choice” and the ’on and off the field’ skills of our coaches. In all, more than 20,000 coach volunteer hours were on the fields of Africa. Coaches came from many different backgrounds including World Cup winners, professional coaches, college coaches, high school coaches, doctors, businessmen, teachers and student athletes. All had a passion to use the power of soccer!
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“I’m a doctor but the 1 month in Kenya was the hardest month of my life……and the most fun and the most rewarding.” Dr Andy Old
“I worked in the summer of 2011 and it changed my life”. Alicia Johnson, Harvard University 2013
“Thank you Tanzania! My view of the world has expanded and my place in it has forever changed. That is the best gift of all that I received from this journey — perspective. My only wish is that everyone could have a similar experience. ” Tracy Noonan, World Cup Winner 1999.
“It’s obvious that Coaches Across Continents made an impact; all of the coaches are constantly engaging and encouraging the kids to think, be strong, and be safe.” Lorrie Fair, Silver Medalist 2000 Olympic Games and Chelsea FC.
“In December 2011 more than 45,000 children around the world played games from our Soccer for Health and Wellness HIV curriculum to help impact behaviour change…..that is success.” Nick Gates, Former English Premier League Executive, Founder and Global Strategist for Coaches across Continents.