The United States Youth Volleyball League (USYVL) today announced that registration for the 2018 fall program in Ventura is open. The instructional volleyball league will provide boys and girls ages 7-15 the opportunity to learn and play volleyball in a fun, safe, and supervised environment.
The eight-week developmental league provides participants instruction twice per week that is designed to teach basic volleyball skills in a positive environment. The program is structured around the principles of participation, teamwork, skill development, sportsmanship, and fun. Practices and games operate in a coed format and offer participants the opportunity to develop self-esteem and confidence.
USYVL’s Ventura league will begin September 12th and run through November 3rd at Arroyo Verde Park. Practices for the league will be held on Wednesdays 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM and games on Saturdays 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM. Registration for participants is currently available online at www.usyvl.org. The registration price includes a volleyball, t-shirt, and end of season participation award.
USYVL is a volunteer organization that is built around community involvement. Under the direction of the USYVL National Office, Site Director, Clinician (Volleyball Instructor), parents, and volunteers assist with coaching, equipment set-up, and administrative duties. The league offers multiple opportunities for parents to be actively involved in the success of the program. Individuals interested in volunteering with USYVL can click on the “Get Involved” section of our website.
For information on registration, programs, locations, schedules or volunteer opportunities visit www.usyvl.org or contact 888-988-7985 or email@example.com.
Founded in 1997, the United States Youth Volleyball League is a non-profit youth sports organization that hosts more than 15,000 participants annually, nationwide. USYVL’s mission is to provide every child between the ages of 7 and 15 a chance to learn and play volleyball in a fun, safe, and supervised environment. One of the main tenets of the program is to encourage children to do their best with their abilities. With an emphasis on positive reinforcement, the program seeks to build confidence and self-esteem in each child.