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July 23, 2020

VA Virtual Symposium Grants for Athletes and Coaches Working with Veterans

USA Archery is pleased to announce the USA Archery Virtual Symposium Grant Program for athletes, instructors and coaches who currently work with active duty and disabled veteran athletes. Grant awards will be provided as a stipend of up to $99.99 and will cover the registration fee for selected applicants for the 2020 USA Archery Virtual Symposium.

Virtual Symposium

USA Archery’s Virtual Symposium features 6 Series, 18 Sessions, 25 Speakers, with proven and actionable Coaching and Training Techniques to improve your knowledge, skills, performance and abilities! The series run between August and September.

World renowned subject matter experts, coaches, athletes and judges will bring you the foremost techniques that can be used today to help you become your best. USA Archery packed this year’s Virtual Symposium with vetted, specially curated series of sessions and seasoned, experienced speakers to tackle topics that have the biggest impact on your coaching, training, team building strategies and performance on the field. You won’t want to miss this amazing opportunity. Learn more.


If you are interested, please fill out the application here by July 29th. 

Applicants must meet the following Eligibility Criteria to apply:

  • Minimum age is 18
  • Current USA Archery Membership
  • Prove you are currently working with active duty and/or disabled veteran athletes
  • Able to provide information on how this training will benefit disabled current active duty and veteran personnel

Grant funding is limited for this opportunity. Applications will be reviewed individually by USA Archery staff and grants will be awarded on a first come, first served basis. The grant will be provided to cover registration of $99.99. Accepted applicants will have the registration fee taken from the grant. Applications must be approved prior to registration.

If you have any questions regarding this opportunity, please contact Guy Krueger at [email protected].

Funding for this grant was made possible by the generous support of the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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