Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) is a program for youth archers 8-20 years old. Participants in the JOAD program can enjoy the sport recreationally or progress to the excitement of competition. The JOAD program offers barebow, basic compound, recurve, and compound archers the opportunity to learn range safety and proper shooting technique in an environment that also fosters increased self-confidence and team-building skills.
|JOAD Club Annual Fee||$150|
Upgrade to JOAD/Adult Club Annual Fee (email [email protected] to upgrade)
Liability insurance covers club activities hosted by a USA Archery club. A club activity is defined as any activity within a 24-hour period that is planned and hosted by the member club for members or direct membership recruitment.
Clubs may apply to sanction local and state USA Archery events held outside general club activity. Approved event sanctions will also include event insurance.
Club members may participate in the Explore Archery program (Club must also register for the Explore Archery Program).
JOAD clubs are eligible to apply for the Ann Hoyt/Jim Easton Grant.
Clubs will be listed in USA Archery’s Online Club/Program Locator.
Clubs are eligible to build a FREE club website.
Club has access to USA Archery logos and banner artwork for approved usages. Contact [email protected] for artwork files.
Club members may participate in the JOAD Achievement Award Program
Clubs may enter the quarterly Virtual Tournaments.