US Sailing Symposiums in 2018 – Coming to a Sailing Community Near You!

US Sailing Symposiums foster local sailing communities coming together to learn, network, address common issues and challenges, while growing the sport of sailing in the U.S.

Take a look at our menu of events coming to a sailing community in your area this fall.

Stakeholders Summit – West Coast 2018
October 12

The inaugural US Sailing Stakeholder Summit comes to the St. Francis Yacht Club in San Francisco. Meet with US Sailing’s Board of Directors in a round-table setting to foster this exchange of ideas and interaction. US Sailing will provide the moderator to facilitate discussion and offer a national perspective on some of the issues affecting our industry.

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National Coaching Symposium 2018
November 27-28

The National Coaching Symposium is the premier coaching education event in the country. It features two days of workshops and hands-on sessions with a collection of the top sailing coaches in the sport. The event will feature speakers Malcolm Page, Dave Perry, Luther Carpenter, John Pearce, Amanda Callahan, Caleb Paine, Sally Barkow, Molly Vandemoer, and other members of the US Sailing Team coaching staff. Featured topics will include team management, performance technology, athlete development, and more. See you in Miami!

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NSPS 2019 – Learn. Share. Thrive.
January 31 – February 2

The 2019 National Sailing Programs Symposium is hosted by US Sailing at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront. NSPS is the premier event for sailing education in the United States. Our focus is on building better leaders through collaboration, growing diversity and inclusion in the sport, while inspiring others. The early registration discount periods runs through Friday, September 7. We hope to see you in Jacksonville!

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Regional Symposiums – Fall 2018
US Sailing Regional Symposiums provide a forum for the leadership of local sailing organizations to meet with the leadership of US Sailing to share ideas and perspectives about sailing within specific regions of the United States. Who should attend? Instructors, program directors, board members, race managers, and individuals from community programs, commercial schools, yacht clubs, high school and college programs.

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