American Swimming Coaches Association

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noun - American Swimming Coaches Association (ASCA) is a professional service organization based on a central theme of Leadership in American Swimming through Education, Certification, and Cooperation. It is dedicated to creating and enhancing progressive and highly visible programs that are effective in strengthening and improving the coaching profession and building a stronger swimming community. It is affiliated with the World Swimming Coaches Association (WSCA).

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ASCA current membership ranges from college students who aspire one day to become a coach; to coaches at the Age Group, High School, college, YMCA, Masters and summer league levels; assistant coaches, learn-to-swim professionals; and every Olympic coach since 1956.

SwimAmerica

SwimAmerica is its national learn-to-swim program, designed to act as a feeder program into your competitive team. SwimAmerica training sessions are held monthly, and program directors have earned as much as $30,000 in their own SwimAmerica program. Teaching Manual, promotion, business plan, and awards are just the start of what makes this program unique.

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