We seek individuals committed to the PCA mission to conduct workshops for coaches, athletes, parents and organizational leaders for schools and youth sports organizations. Ideal candidates for this part-time employee position will have attended one or more PCA workshops, have substantial sports and coaching expertise, and have experience facilitating interactive training. Engaging facilitation skills are a must. In order to start the process of becoming a trainer, please review the steps below:

1) Please review the Prospective Trainer FAQ Document as you consider submitting an application. The FAQ document can be found here.

2) To determine if you have the experience needed to be an effective PCA Trainer, answer the questions in this PCA Trainer Profile Tabulation here - for your use only! This optional form is meant to give you a better idea of your preparedness for the trainer role.

3) Begin the application process by clicking below. 


Application Questions?

If at any time throughout the application process you have questions or
technical difficulties, please contact PCA's National Director of Training, Ruben Nieves

To see a list of all current PCA trainers, please click here.

Currently, we most actively seek trainers in Arizona, Atlanta, Central Texas, Chicago, Cleveland, Colorado, Detroit, Greater NY Metro Area and Capital Region, Hawaii, Houston, Idaho, Los Angeles, Miami, Minnesota, New England, North Texas, Philadelphia Metro Area, Portland, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, Seattle, SF Bat Area, Southeastern states, and Tampa Bay.

We are also in need of Spanish-speaking trainers in all locations.