Special Olympics provides year-round athletic training and competition for people with intellectual disabilities. That training, of course, requires dedicated coaches—both adults and teens—who can work with one or more athletes on a regular basis.
Whether you are an experienced coach or not, Special Olympics needs you!
You bring the enthusiasm and some knowledge, and we will provide all the Special Olympics training you need to be a successful coach.
If you become a Special Olympics coach, you'll find the rewards go far beyond the finish line. As a coach, you become a role model and character builder. You help athletes discover their physical skills, their self-worth, their human courage and their capacity to grow—providing training for life.
Being a Special Olympics coach is one of the most important and rewarding roles. That's why 65,000 men, women and teens in the United States alone have chosen to share their time and talent as certified coaches.
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