IBC Youth Committee
Learn what it means to be a part of the IBC Youth Committee. The IBC Youth Committee, which recommends appointments to the USBC Nominating Committee, seeks strong candidates from all backgrounds. Click here for more information and see if you are ready to step up at the national level.
To apply: Applications no longer are being accepted for 2013-14.
USBC Youth Leaders Program
If you're enthusiastic, energetic and ready to take a leadership role in promoting the sport of bowling, then USBC wants you to become a Youth Leader. Put your leadership skills to use and earn scholarship money for college through the USBC Youth Leaders program.
As a USBC Youth Leader, you'll be a key part of the USBC's youth bowling efforts, helping to shape the future of our sport and expand USBC Youth membership. By becoming a USBC Youth Leader, you'll learn important skills and have a dynamic role in making important decisions for bowling, including coordinating and leading meetings, coordinating youth programs and recruiting bowlers, fundraising, planning tournaments, awarding scholarships, and coaching, training and mentoring youth bowlers.
The best USBC Youth Leaders aspire to win the Youth Ambassador of the Year Award and the $1,500 scholarship that goes with it. Two Youth Ambassadors of the Year - one male and one female - are selected each year and one winner may be chosen to join the IBC Youth Committee. Every local association with an operating Youth Leaders Program should enter a male and female each year into the Youth Leader of the Year competition.
Get started on your future as a USBC Youth Leader by contacting Heather Whitney of the IBC Youth team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-385-8420.
Click here to learn more about the Youth Leaders program.
USBC Youth Leaders Chapter: Local bylaws | State bylaws
Registered Volunteer Program (RVP)
USBC created the Registered Volunteer Program (RVP) to assure parents that we provide as safe an environment as possible for USBC Youth bowlers.
The program ensures that any volunteers who work with USBC Youth are qualified to do so, and gives proprietors, coaches and prospective volunteers alike an opportunity to demonstrate their commitment to the safety of youth bowlers by either registering in the program themselves or inviting registered volunteers to take part in local USBC Youth activities. Click here to learn more.