The USASA Implementation Volunteer Questionnaire sent this past December, was a successful tool for recruiting those leaders that will help shape the future of the USASA. There are still positions available as a Team Leader or a Team Member. If you are interested in participating (there are eight teams in total), please fill out the questionnaire below, it also explains what the objectives and expectations are for each Team and how they can use your expertise. Team Leaders will be responsible for planning and executing specific objectives.
The USASA Implementation Volunteer Questionnaire is designed to give USASA members an opportunity to be part of the strategic planning process… WE NEED YOU!
Reminder… You don’t have to fill out the questionnaire again if you filled it out already. Those applicants are still under consideration to be part of a team.
Deadline for responses is January 28, 2010.
About the United States Adult Soccer Association
The United States Adult Soccer Association is the premier national soccer organization dedicated to participation in, enjoyment and growth of adult soccer across America. We are recognized for providing leadership and valued programs, resources and services to support our member organizations, making "Soccer - your game for life."
USASA operates 54 national state associations through its local members and is the USSF affiliation for the PDL a of the United Soccer Leagues (USL), the Men’s Premier Soccer League, as well as several regional interstate soccer leagues. In addition, AYSO is an adult soccer member of USASA as AYSO continues its efforts to offer adult play among its parents, volunteers, and youth players who have advanced to adult age.
USASA stages national competitions for club teams, veteran’s teams, coed teams annually, as well as stages a national player development program. In addition, USASA fields men’s amateur teams participating in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Soccer Open Cup competition annually, both through its own member state associations and through the PDL teams from USL.
For more information visit their website at www.USASA.com.
Tag(s): January 2010