Coach Ehrmann will conduct a special coaching clinic for southernVermont coaches the following
Parade magazine dubbed Joe Ehrmann "The Most Important Coach in America," as he believes athletes and their mentors face a much tougher challenge than just scoring points. They have to look inside themselves and forge a meaningful moral purpose, and then apply that greater understanding to helping others thrive.
Ehrmann's book, "Insideout Coaching: How Sports Can Transform Lives," explains why and how he developed his groundbreaking coaching philosophy - and what other coaches
Ehrmann, a former NFL player, was a Baltimore Colts "Man of the Year" award winner, and was named as one of the 100 Most Influential Sports Educators in America. Working off of the idea of sports as not extra-curricular but co-curricular - a teaching environment just as significant as any classroom - Ehrmann will discuss how a good coach can instill virtues of community, justice, reason, respect, and responsibility in his or her players, as well as help them find victory on the field. His organization Coach for America, teaches empowering young athletes and has worked with schools and coaches throughout the nation on how to use athletics to transform the lives of student athletes by helping them build self-esteem, awareness of others and the importance of being leaders within their communities.
"Joe is a special person who has dedicated his life to helping young people. His message is powerful and makes a true impact. It is a message that we can all learn from." - Cal Ripken, Jr., Baseball Hall of Fame.
To learn more about Ehrmann, visit www.coachforamerica.com.
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