NCAA-Black Coaches and Administrators Achieving Coaching Excellence Program
The ACE Forum is an educational forum where individuals who have been identified as potential head coaches by administrators and head coaches in the membership will simulate the intercollegiate interview process from researching the position to their first staff meeting after becoming a head coach. By achieving the following objectives, the forum is providing tailored education to future head coaches at the intercollegiate level.
- Participants will participate in various formats of mock interviews with key decision makers in the institutional hiring process.
- Participants will learn a realistic view of the role of and the preparation it takes to become a head football coach in collegiate athletics.
- Participants will network with head football coaching professionals and directors of athletics from NCAA member institutions.
Participant Covers: Travel expenses (flight, airport parking, and transportation to and from the hotel) and any meals associated with travel and after sessions conclude.
NCAA Covers: Hotel and meals associated with the program.
ACE is administered by the NCAA Leadership Development Department in partnership with the Black Coaches and Administrators, and supported by the NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics and NCAA Minority Opportunities and Interest Committee.
For more information regarding the NCAA-Black Coaches and Administrators and the Achieving Coaches Excellence Forum, please contact:
Curtis J. Hollomon
Director of Leadership Development