- Brandon Cain
Job Posting: Beat the Streets New York seeks Head Boys Coach
The coach will mentor male student-athletes and motivate and support them on and off the mat.
Beat the Streets New York is searching for a new Head Boys Coach.
Job Type: Full-time, Salaried
Summary: Beat the Streets New York (BTSNY), established in 2006, is a sport-based youth development organization whose mission is to develop the full human and athletic potential of urban youth and to strengthen the wrestling culture within New York City. BTS works with an average of 2,500 male and female student-athletes in all five boroughs, aged 10-18. Programs include the Academy, the Junior League and the Training Center. In addition, BTS partners with the NYC Department of Education’s Public Schools Athletic League (PSAL) that sponsors a boys and co-ed wrestling season in the winter and a girls wrestling season in the spring.
The Head Boys Coach will play a critical role in delivering positive youth development in settings that take place on and off the mat in all five New York City boroughs. The primary responsibility for the coach is to serve as a mentor by building strong relationships with our male student-athletes and to motivate and support them in all that they do. The coach will also work closely with coaches and parents from the BTSNY Junior League and PSAL high school programs.
For qualifications and benefits information, visit btsny.org/careers.
Apply: Visit btsny.org/job-head-boys-wrestling-coach-new-york-city