Minority Football Coaches Network provides networking, educational and professional development opportunities for football coaches. The work of our member coaches will positively impact our youth, our communities and our game. We will strive to assist and advance football coaches, so they may positively impact our youth through the game.
General Purpose of the Minority Football Coaches Network:
To provide a network of resources that creates opportunities for youth, High School, College and Professional football coaches to share their knowledge and experiences. MFCN aims to establish a conduit where coaches can benefit from each others resources and experiences. To provide educational tools where coaches can improve their knowledge in the game of football and the honorable profession of coaching. To provide personal development tools that encourages ALL coaches to refine their skill, through education, so that the coach-player relationship continues to prosper and benefit the youth within our communities.
We encourage you to take advantage of the NETWORK OPPORTUNITIES with fellow Football coaches. MFCN has attracted top level coaches from across the U.S to come and “Talk Ball” with us. Come to all of our Clinics and events and build those relationships that will help you and your program.
Attend our various COACHES CLINICS we will conduct in Arizona. Your staff will benefit from the relationships MFCN has with coaches across the U.S. These relationships will provide an impressive list of speakers at our clinics. You will meet and hear from some of the most successful coaches in the business.
Access the VIDEO LIBRARY on the MFCN website. The site offers hours of practice film, game film, drills and clinic tape. The site will provide valuable information on football scheme, coaching and leadership. All of the Video Library content is free.
COLLEGE RECRUITING PANEL - Q&A session. Our panel of College coaches will provide discussion on the topic of college recruiting and how we can help our student-athletes. Come and meet our panel of College coaches. The Recruiting Panel is free to attend.
MFCN encourages coaches to help develop coaches that may be new to coaching. MFCN will conduct COACHES ACADEMIES for any coach looking to improve their skills or looking to advance in the profession. The sessions will address specific topics for youth and HS coaches to help you get where you want to go. The Coaches Academies are free to attend.
Attend our YOUTH CLINICS. The Youth Clinic sessions are designed specifically for the Youth Football coach and developing youth players. Coaches will learn everything from Safety, football schemes, drills, practice organization, etc. Youth Clinic sessions are free to attend.
CHALK TALKS. We have scheduled College coaches to get on the whiteboard with us. You will be able to bring your specific challenges and work on getting some solutions to help your team. The Chalk Talks are free to attend.
Donation to the Talking Stick Clinic for an INDIVIDUAL COACH is 40.00 per coach.
Donation to the Talking Stick Clinic for a HIGH SCHOOL STAFF is 150.00 per staff.
Donation to the Talking Stick Clinic for a YOUTH STAFF is 80.00
MFCN is a 501(c)3 Non-profit organization. Our goal is to provide aid and financial assistance to various groups in need within our communities.
MFCN is NOT affiliated with any group, team, organization, school or business. We will always remain unbiased.
ABOUT THE FOUNDER:
Jim Camarillo was born and raised in Southern California. In his youth, Jim worked for the family construction business, in doing so, learned that teamwork and attitude will provide self-confidence and opportunities. Once his baseball and football playing days were over, Coach Cam started coaching football at his alma mater and fell in love with helping young people work towards their goals.
Coach and his wife Laura later moved to Arizona. Cam now coaches at Saguaro High School in Scottsdale. Cam is the Defensive Coordinator and has coached the Sabercats to a State Championship 11 times in 14 years. Cam was the Defensive Coordinator for the U.S. National Team for USA Football and also coached the West team to a win in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl game in 2018.
"I have been very fortunate to have met and worked with some very good coaches and great people. It is my pleasure to give back some and assist in connecting coaches together so that we can inspire our young people through the game of football".
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