2019 LSC Summer Camp Counselor Application
Candidates must be at least 16 years of age or older to be counselors for our summer camps. Please send an email to lightningsoccerclub1983@gmail.com when you have completed this form. Thank you!
First Name *
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Last Name *
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Mailing/Street Address *
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Date of Birth *
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Home Phone Number *
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Cell Number *
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Email Address *
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City *
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Zip Code *
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Coaching Experience *
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Playing Experience *
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Coaching Licenses Held *
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Years of Coaching Experience *
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Please check all summer 2019 LSC camps for which you are interested and available to coach:
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What are some qualities you have that you think make you a good candidate for this coaching position? *
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I have read and support the following from the LSC Coaches Manual: *
Role of Lightning Soccer Club Coaches - All LSC coaches agree to: • Exhibit professionalism at all times in behavior, timeliness, preparation, attire, and handling defeat and victory. • Develop soccer players for the ‘modern game.’ • Focus on performance first, results second. • Foster creativity and passion for the game. • Focus on age-appropriate skill development. • Create a safe, fun learning environment. • Pursue regular coach training and additional certification.
I have read and agree to uphold the tenets in the LSC Code of Conduct: *
Lightning Soccer Club Code of Conduct - Lightning Soccer Club players, parents and coaches agree to respect and exhibit good sportsmanship toward teammates, game officials, opposing players, coaches and parents at all times. Players, parents and coaches agree to honor the commitment to represent their team, the club and the sport with respect. Poor sportsmanship and behavior detrimental to the club and/or team are grounds for dismissal from LSC teams, LSC sidelines and LSC practices. Players, parents and coaches understand that behavior and conduct during travel, tournaments, training, and at hotels, banquets, team meals, etc. are all considered part of team activity and accept responsibility for actions during those times. Alcohol, illegal drugs and unauthorized prescription drugs shall not be possessed, consumed or distributed before, during or after any game or at any other time at the field or game complex.
I have read and agree to uphold the tenets in the NSCAA Code of Ethics: *
NSCAA Coaches Code of Ethics and Conduct – adopted by the LSC Board of Directors, 2009 - Soccer is the players’ game. The paramount concern of coaches is the holistic development, welfare, enjoyment and safety of their players. Coaches bear responsibility for teaching their players to strive for success while playing fairly, observing the Laws of the Game and the highest levels of sportsmanship. Coaches shall treat officials with respect and dignity, and shall teach their players to do the same. Our opponents are worthy of being treated with respect. Coaches will model such respect for opponents and expect their players to do likewise. In both victory and defeat, the behavior of a coach shall model grace, dignity and composure. Coaches shall adhere to the highest standards and the regulations of the institutions they represent: clubs, schools, sponsoring organizations and sports governing bodies. Coaches have a responsibility to promote the interests of soccer, including treating media with courtesy, honesty and respect. Coaches shall model inclusive behavior, actively supporting cultural diversity while opposing all types of discrimination, including, but not limited to, racism and sexism, at all levels of soccer. Coaches are responsible for taking an active role in education about, and prevention and treatment of, drug, alcohol and tobacco abuse, both in their own lives and in the lives of their players. Coaches shall refrain from all manner of personal abuse and harassment of others, whether verbal, physical, emotional or sexual, and shall oppose such abuse and harassment at all levels of soccer. Coaches shall respect the declared affiliations of all players, and shall adhere to all guidelines and regulations on recruiting established by the governing bodies having oversight of their teams and leagues. Coaches shall seek to honor those who uphold the highest standards and principles of soccer and shall use appropriate protocol to oppose and eliminate all behavior that brings disrepute to the sport - violence, abuse, dishonesty, disrespect and violations of the Laws of the Game and rules governing competition.
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