The Goalie Guild and NetWork Goaltending have teamed up to provide North American goalie coaches with an opportunity to attend the annual Goalie Coaching Symposium in Madison, WI. Be a part of the brotherhood and the valuable learning experience that comes from bringing over 100 passionate goalie coaches together for a chance to interact, create friendships, and improve their craft. Your admission fee will be covered by the scholarship, as well as all of your meals during the weekend.
NAME: The NetWork Goalie Coaching Scholarship
SUPPORTING: Underprivileged goalie coaches in North America.
PROGRAM DATES: June 16-18, 2017 in Madison, WI. (University of Wisconsin – Grainger Hall).
COSTS COVERED: 100% of all admission fees (includes meals as well).
APPLICATION: Click here to download. Deadline is March 31, 2017. Recipient announced on or around April 5.
2016 RECIPIENTS: Evan Kurylo and Jeff Taylor
2015 RECIPIENT: Dustin Manko
Guild scholarship winners Dustin Manko from @kccrease and Evan Kurylo from Coretex Goaltending (right) discuss their experience at the 2016 @networkgoaltending Goalie Coaching Symposium. Registration just opened for this year’s event (June 16-18) in Madison, and we’re once again dishing out a few more scholarships for coaches like you to attend. Join the NetWork brotherhood and make friends that will last a lifetime! 🔗: www.networkgoaltending.com/symposium
THE STORY BEHIND THE SCHOLARSHIP
In August of 2014, The Goalie Guild founder Justin Goldman was asked to handle video coordination duties for the first-annual NHL Goalie Camp run by Elite Goalies founder and Dallas Stars goalie coach Mike Valley. The camp not only included eight NHL goalies, but an all-world coaching staff that included Thomas Magnusson, Hannu Nykvist, and David Alexander. Together, the five gentlemen created the mission and idea behind NetWork Goaltending.
As Goldman wrote in “Between Two Worlds”, the open and egoless environment created in Madison was life-altering and powerful. It was during that camp that NetWork Goaltending was born, giving the five men a chance to share that special training and coaching environment with goalies across the globe.
As the Director of Operations for NetWork Goaltending, Goldman decided to cover the entry fee for a goalie coach that wanted to attend the first-annual Goalie Coaching Symposium. Dustin Manko (Kansas City, MO) was the recipient of the scholarship, which finalized the first of its kind for The Goalie Guild’s new non-profit organization.