The Pocock Foundation raises awareness of the sport through outreach efforts. We work to break down barriers to participation, supports several boathouses and the development of new facilities, and bring rowing organizations and teams together to compete and learn from each other.
Our focus on both access to and excellence in rowing creates real change in our sport. To read more about the mission and history of the George Pocock Rowing Foundation and the longstanding tradition of the Pocock family, click here.
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Through building and supporting rowing programs and facilities, the Pocock Foundation promotes access to rowing, excellence in rowing, and uses rowing as a means to foster physical activity, health, leadership, and community engagement.
The Pocock Rowing Center is a community boathouse of the George Pocock Rowing Foundation. The tradition-rich Pocock Rowing Center has something for everyone: from complete beginners to Olympians, the PRC offers multiple programs and opportunities to allow easy and comprehensive access to the act of rowing and the sport of crew for all skills, ages, and physical abilities.
The Pocock Rowing Center (PRC) seeks qualified and energetic candidates to assist the PRC Junior Team. Candidates will work with the team’s Head Coaches and the Operations Manager to support the athletic development of athletes new to the sport and the competitive team. The ideal candidate will be committed to cultivating a supportive culture of competitive sportsmanship among the novice squads in order to help develop them as individual athletes and members of a strong Junior Team.
This is a 9-month, part-time position that includes: complimentary PRC membership and PRC programming, opportunities for professional development, and possibilities for rack space. Opportunities for additional employment may be available.
Practice days/hours: Mondays-Fridays, 3:45-6:30pm and weekend regattas
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To apply, please submit resume and cover letter to Briana Schulte (email@example.com). Position open until filled.
The Renton Rowing Center is a community boathouse of the George Pocock Rowing Foundation. The Renton Rowing Center has something for everyone: from complete beginners to aspiring Olympians, the RRC offers programs and opportunities to allow easy and comprehensive access to the act of rowing and the sport of crew for all skills, ages, and physical abilities.
For questions about any of the opportunities available, please contact:
GPRF, Director of Rowing Operations
Up2Us Sports is a coalition of more than 1,390 nonprofit organizations that believe in the power of sports to fight childhood obesity, end academic failure, and reduce gang participation. Up2Us Sports’ flagship program is Up2Us Coach, a national coach/mentor program that places, trains, and supports coaches to provide meaningful experiences to youth in a variety of sports programs nationwide. More than 1,800 coaches have provided opportunities for more than 284,000 youth to be active, learn skills, and stay out of trouble through sports. Download the full position description here.
Read our blog post about this distinct opportunity and impact AmeriCorps in Coach Across America (CAA) are making right here in Renton and all around the country.
To learn more about the qualifications and benefits of serving as an AmeriCorps CAA or to apply, please email Karla Landis.