Coach Pomijie, Hutto jr. High basketball coach? I hope that I'm correct. That is Randall Pomijie, who taught at the Manor School in U.S. Virgin Islands St. Croix. Who also coached a losing season of J.V. Basketball, losing to his common law wife Ms. Vonzia Shaw. Coach if this is you, I still have my jumper and my patented hook shot, and im still as talented a rap artist and all around muscian as anyone would remember. But now I reside in Hawaii, Honolulu. If you can, give me a call. Dr.firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
We started a great prep school a few years ago called Harmony Prep in Cincinnati. Unfortunately our principal was crooked, but you need infrastructure things such as building, gym, place for the guys to live, meal plan, etc. You will also need the school to have NCAA core classes of which there are 16. You must have funding and play a top flight schedule. Have a website and bios for the guys. Know when the open periods are for the NCAA so you can invite coachs out. Like coach Desautels said there are a million things that need to be done. Let me know if I can be of any more help, and good luck.
Coach, there's a million things that go into a prep program. Main issues to consider: are you alligned with a school that has ncaa approved classes? Do you have the facilities for living and basketball? Do you have the financial support? Its a huge financial commitment. Main thing is to have all this and more set up... And don't promise anything you can't deliver.
Hey Coach Nate. I applied EVERYWHERE. I finally got an interview with Nova Southeastern in Ft Lauderdale (D2), and made it to the final round of applicants. Head coach told me I needed a few more years of experience, thats when she fowarded my resume to the head coach at Santa Fe. I was really lucky, but I just made sure I treated everyone I came in contact with with respect and professionalism and it worked out for me. People talk and recognize good people.
I was a head coach at juco and an assitant!the best way is to go to the head coach see if he has a position for you and if he does not then volunteer! the turnover rate in juco for coaches is so quick and you meet alot od D1 D2 DII NAIA coaches at the tournament sites and jamborees and all-star games! be aggressive in working with him and show your work habits and he might recommend you for another job!. i was very fortunate and was loyal to my head coach and he turned his job over to me when he moved on! so get in and go to work! success comes to those who are to busy to look for it!
Pretty much the old fashioned way... knew somebody who knew somebody. If you like coaching D3 ball I'd recommend keeping your job and volunteering at a D3 school in your area, or NAIA or D2... essentially whatever's around. I'm sure most coaching staffs would love to have extra help and you can get your foot in the door and start making the contacts you need for the career you want.