With the right Football Coordinator in your team, it’s not a far fetched dream to get a college scholarship if you have a promising football performance. The Football coordinator often has the right network of friends in the NFL league to get the right football coach and get the school team noticed and its outstanding players rewarded with a fighting change to be drafted into the NFL.
Football Trainer/Coach CV Format
Steward G. Youngblood
E. Twiggs, Tampa, Florida
Phone: (772) 244-3554
To work as a Football Coordinator for a college football team
2001 – Present: Football Coordinator, Tampa Community College, Fl
- Maintain rapport with NFL officials and veteran football coaches and front as a PR man for the college football team.
- Invite NFL officials to grace the local intercolor community football tournament held annually with some NFL celebrities in the crowd.
- Supervise the conduct of school tryouts to determine promising candidates to the school’s football team.
- Assist the faculty in screening applicants to the school’s football team
- Coordinate with the NFL on the schedule of national tryouts to allow the local high school team to play an exhibition game
- Coordinate with local newspapers and internet sporting sites to cover community intercollegiate football games
Skills and Qualification
- Played three seasons for the Florida Dolphins and Jaguars before taking active administrative role in the NFL
- More than 13 years of experience mentoring high school football teams in on a part time basis
- Excellent communication, social and interpersonal skills
1993 – 1996: BA Commerce, Vanderbilt University, Tennessee
Professional and Character References
To be furnished upon request