The Soccer Québec / Respect in Sport scholarship program increases the number of women who will follow the various licenses and / or internships to improve their knowledge and then hope to climb the ladder in the world of Québec soccer.
The scholarship program will have three different components. The first will be the community component (for educators who will follow their S2, S3, S7). The second component will be the performance component (C, B and A license) and then the third will be the development component (children’s license and youth license).
The selection process will be done in three steps:
The first step will be registration via the following application form: https://form.jotform.com/92303674915258
The form can be completed by the candidate herself, or by a representative of her club / region.
The second step will be done once the applications are received. Registered candidates will receive a second form, which they will complete themselves. This form will focus on the candidates’ objectives and available tools.
The third step will be to determine the scholarship recipients. This step will be through an interview, in person, or by video conference, to better know the candidate and its objectives in soccer.
To register, candidates must meet the following eligibility criteria:
• Has been training for at least two seasons
• Commits to continue coaching for two more seasons
• Affiliated in a club, or as a coach in regional programs
• Answer prerequisites
The prerequisites for the different licenses are:
• For S1, S2, S3, S7: Monitor for at least 2 seasons
• For Lic C: Theory A + Theory B
• For ESP (DEP): Lic C
• For Children’s License: Theory A + Theory B + Lic C
• For Juvenile License: Theory A + Theory B + Lic C
The successful candidates will be announced at the Gala de la Mi-Temps on November 23-24.
For more information, please contact Julie Casselman at the following email address: email@example.com.