It’s never too early to begin planning to attend the Youth Sports Congress, especially when it leads to significant savings through early bird registration that is now under way.
The 15th annual Congress, the signature event of the National Alliance for Youth Sports, takes place on Nov. 16-19 in Orlando, Fla., at the Orange County Convention Center.
This incredible four-day training enables youth sports professionals to participate in the Youth Sports Congress and the Athletic Business Show. Plus, Certified Youth Sports Administrators can maintain their prestigious CYSA credential by earning continuing education while others can take advantage of a special opportunity to complete the Academy for Youth Sports Administrators to earn their CYSA designation.
And it all happens at one location for one special registration!
The early-bird rate, which ends on July 15, is $350 for general registration and $300 for CYSAs. Session handouts and admission to the Expo Hall, welcome receptions and the NAYS Awards session are all included in the registration.
Also included in the General Registration fee for those attendees who have yet to earn their CYSA credential is an opportunity to participate in the special Onsite Academy for Youth Sports Administrators, simultaneously scheduled so participants can attend both the Congress and Academy during their time in Orlando. Beginning on Wednesday, Nov. 16th at 10 a.m. CYSA candidates will participate in the Academy, which provides a foundation of essential information, as well as resources and wonderful networking opportunities. After the event, CYSA candidates will be provided access to the Online Academy to complete the certification process.
The Youth Sports Congress is open to any and all youth sports administrators, although the event is designed for existing CYSAs to stay up-to-date on important topics and issues pertaining to youth sports.
Among the many highlights of this year’s event are a highly anticipated keynote presentation by Don Yaeger, an inspiring speaker and longtime associate editor at Sports Illustrated who has written 25 books, including several New York Times bestsellers. Attendees can also visit the always spectacular Exhibit Hall, which features more than 300 manufacturers showcasing the latest and best equipment and services to help organizations move forward and grow.
National Alliance for Youth Sports, Inc
5670 Corporate Way
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
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