May 21-23, 2017
Mohegan Sun Pocono Casino & Resort (Wilkes-Barre, PA)

Official Sponsor

“HCTC is unlike any other conference you will attend. I was able to network with athletic administrators and veteran head coaches with no agenda because they genuinely want to help grow our game and leadership among coaches. I expect the knowledge I gained over two days, along with the relationships built, to not only enhance but also help advance my career.”

Jana Ashley
Head Coach at Clarion University

“Where was this 20 years ago when I was starting out in the profession?!? The HCTC would have saved me so many sleepless nights, losses and mistakes made as a first time head coach. Brian did a great job of providing speakers with insights on various topics that all coaches NEED. This is a must-attend event for anyone wanting, not only to be a head coach, but a better coach in general.”

Jamy Bechler
Leadership Coach & Motivational Speaker at John Maxwell Team

“The Head Coach Training Center was a phenomenal couple of days. Brian did a great job with bringing in fantastic speakers who were extremely insightful and brought different perspectives about the business. If you’re thinking of your next step as a Head Coach, this is a must!”

Jacey Brooks
Assistant Coach at Bowling Green State University

“HCTC 2017 was a great experience and something I would highly recommend to Assistant and Head Coaches at every level. Learning from a variety of coaches and administrators is an eye opening experience. If you want an event where you are able to learn, grow and leave inspired, you must circle this on your calendar every spring.”

Michael Coppolino
Head Coach at Mount Saint Mary College

“It was my first time attending HCTC and it was truly a great experience! Between having the ability to network with coworkers and administrators, as well as listen to speakers that covered topics that relate directly to myself and our program, it was beyond helpful. I am happy to have taken plenty of information away from the conference, and look forward to applying it. Thanks again, Brian, for putting on a great training session!”

Nikki Flores
Assistant Coach at American University

“To help grow the game we need to help grow the people teaching the game. Brian Stanchak and HCTC17 are doing just that by providing solid programming filled with great speakers looking to give back. I definitely recommend attending if you are looking to learn how to move up in our profession.”

Caitlin Hadzimichalis
Head Coach at Kings College

“This experience is a valuable piece of career development that cannot be replaced. The training is centered on compassionate individuals who take learning and development to the next level. I appreciate Brian Stanchak and the time he put in to deliver a successful event. It was a privilege to attend and I cannot wait to see what 2018 has to offer!”

Addie Lees
Assistant Coach at Texas State University

“The HCTC17 went above and beyond to cover all topics that coaches deal with outside the x’s and o’s. The selection of people who spoke on the various panels were fantastic. I was very pleased to hear the stories of some of coaches who are considered the best in our business and how they became who they are today. I think it is a great investment for all coaches at any level. I feel that I walked out of HCTC17 better prepared for whatever the future may hold for me in this career.”

Ryenn Micaletti
Assistant Coach at Navy

“It’s my second time attending the HCTC and, again, I found it to be a wonderful experience! You won’t have a better opportunity to learn from and connect with a group of sincere and successful ADs and head coaches.”

Ela Mukosiej
Assistant Coach at University of Texas-San Antonio

“HCTC17 was an amazing experience and I honestly don’t think there is another professional development opportunity like it. There are several conferences about how to be a great Assistant Coach, but this one focused on how to help yourself prepare for being a Head Coach and all that comes with it-the good and the bad! The information we heard from the Athletic Directors and administrators in terms of the interview process was invaluable. Not to mention, the chance to network with administrators and coaches within the business was great. I would recommend it to anyone within this business at any level!”

Andrea Mulcahy
Assistant Coach at St. Bonaventure University

“Attending Brian Stanchak’s Head Coach Training Center was such a great experience. The tremendous diversity of speakers provided not only a wealth of knowledge for the attendees, but different perspectives I would have never been exposed to had I not attended. Everyone who participated in the Training Center, whether a speaker or an attendee, has a genuine interest in growing themselves as well as others. I truly appreciate Brian and everyone involved for the opportunity to learn and get better. Already looking forward to next year!”

Sahar Nusseibeh
Assistant Coach at Manhattan College

“HCTC was super informative. We were able to hear from many perspectives, with many different opinions. All speakers were super open, candid and transparent. It was great to meet some administrators outside of an office setting. Surely a great networking and learning opportunity.”

April Phillips
Associate Head Coach at Loyola Marymount University

“I have been to HCTC in 2016 and 2017. These events are extremely unique and well put together. Brian does a great job of bringing in speakers who provide invaluable information for those looking to become a college Head Coach.”

Eric Salsbury
Assistant Coach at Spring Arbor University

“Attending HCTC was the best way for me to realize if I’m ready to take ownership of a program. No matter the level of coaching, you are the CEO.”

Aaron Swinson
Interim Head Coach at Prairie View A&M University