The National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS) has joined forces with the Athletic Business Conference & Expo to present an exciting and informative 2013 Youth Sports Track specifically designed for professional youth sports administrators. This year's event will be held in San Diego, California from November 20 - 23, 2013.
The Youth Sports Congress is a three-day comprehensive educational training discussing cutting edge topics in the field of youth sports.
This year NAYS will offer an additional track for those attendees who want to earn their Certified Youth Sports Administrator (CYSA credential). The Academy for Youth Sports Administrators will be offered simultaneously to ensure that we meet the needs of all attendees.
The Congress is a preferred venue for all professionals involved in youth sports. You will have the opportunity to gain knowledge, share experiences and network with over 300 attendees from throughout the world! This year the NAYS Congress allow administrators to discuss issues that are pertinent to youth sports, and interact with other administrators to obtain practical information regarding their youth sports community as well as have an opportunity to earn the CYSA credential.
- Outstanding Sessions and Keynote Presentations Focused on All Aspects of Youth Sports
- Interactive Workshops
- Unlimited Networking Opportunities for shared interests
- Panel Discussions
- National Awards Ceremony
- Obtain Continuing Education Units (CEU)
The NAYS Congress is open to all youth sports administrators. The traditional Youth Sports Track includes education sessions specifically designed to meet the needs of Certified Youth Sports Administrators (CYSA), park and recreation professionals, military youth sports directors, representatives from YMCA/YWCA, Boys & Girls Clubs, private league and administrators and other significant administrators who are involved in youth sports. The Academy for Youth Sports Administrators is designed for front-line professionals who oversee youth sports and who are interested in earning the CYSA credential. Information on the conference is available at http://www.nays.org/.