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Assistant Coach (boxing and conditioning)

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Assistant Coach (boxing and conditioning)

Midtown Youth Academy’s mission is to promote success through education and wellness through boxing.

Midtown Youth Academy teaches District youth boxing to channel their energies into positive outlets such as physical fitness, education, spiritual and social awareness.

Midtown Youth Academy is looking for eight passionate and competent assistant boxing and conditioning coaches to support the Midtown mission. The assistant boxing and conditioning coach will support the head boxing and conditioning coach in training youth participants and handling administrative tasks.

To be successful as an assistant boxing and conditioning coach one should build a positive environment and ensure students, facilities and training equipment are adequately prepared.

Must obtain a USA Boxing coaches license or membership

Assistant Coach Responsibilities:

  • Building positive training environment
  • Organizing training sessions
  • Preparing and maintaining training equipment and facilities
  • Assisting with the recruitment of students for the program
  • Monitoring and evaluating student performance
  • Assisting with budget preparations and the development of training plans
  • Facilitating and supervising training sessions and individual workouts
  • Fulfilling other duties as assigned by the head coach

Assistant Coach Requirements:

  • Previous coaching experience preferred
  • Familiarity with boxing and or rules and techniques preferred
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Outstanding organizational skills
  • Strong attention to detail

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5332 Georgia Ave, WASHINGTON, DC 20011, US

Mission Statement

To promote success through education and wellness through boxing


The Midtown Youth Academy (MYA) was founded in 1977 by Eugene R. Hughes, a boxing trainer and drug abuse counselor, who was acutely aware of the conditions that often led youth of the District of Columbia to become involved in drug addiction and crime. Through MYA, Mr. Hughes recruited volunteers to work with neighborhood youth to provide boxing lessons as a therapeutic recreational outlet and an after-school tutoring program in test preparation, technology, arts, entrepreneurship, and other skills.

Mr. Hughes and MYA board members had been working on revitalizing the academy and its
programs for the past three years. While doing so, the members realized it was in the best
interest of the organization to leave its longtime home at 2206 14th St NW and continue the journey at 5332 Georgia Ave NW, a neighborhood where many underserved and often misled youth still reside.

For over 45 years, MYA has served as a safe haven for thousands of youth and neighbors. We aim to keep it that way through providing extensive measures to ensure safety for all who enter its doors. It was the dream of the late Mr. Hughes and still is the goal for MYA to live long and continue to stand strong as "A Balance in the Community".


Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Sports & Recreation
Children & Youth, Education & Literacy, Sports & Recreation


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5332 Georgia AvenueWashington, DC 20011






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  • 2-3 hours/week

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