Resources for perspectives on various aspects of Coach for College



Please find here digital versions of various info sheets that give an overview of the program, its history, rationale, and measured impacts on both participants and children in Vietnam.


For a printed copy of any materials, please do not hesitate to contact us.

for Student-Athletes

Impact on Student-Athletes

Impact on Youth

General Program Info


University Partners Map

Administrator FAQs

Advantages of CFC

Program Overview

The Case for CFC

Challenges facing Student-Athletes

Book of Student-Athlete Stories

Role of an American University Partner

Op-Ed Article

Comprehensive CFC Report

Impact on Student-Athletes

A summary of student-athlete program benefits

Download PDF



Program Overview

Student-Athlete Stories

Camp Videos


Coach for College's Founder

Videos in Vietnamese

In the news

October 28, 2015

Bradley, Kubel Visit Vietnam with 'Coach for College' Program

Over the summer, two University of Louisville student-athletes had a chance of a lifetime. Through the 'Coach for College' program, they joined fellow student-athletes from across the country on a month long trip to Vietnam. Tim Kubel, a sophomore defender on the men's soccer team, and Taylor Bradley, a junior sprinter on the track and field team, represented the Cardinals on the other side of the world.

October 23, 2015

Courtney Harnish: I'm a Hoosier

Courtney Harnish’s high standards have driven her to excel on and off the volleyball court. She’s helping her teammates do the same.

September 16, 2015

Gamecocks Teach and Receive Inspiration in Vietnam Trip

South Carolina’s Erika Rucker and Maddie Frome were in a much different classroom setting than they were accustomed to this summer. Rucker, a fifth year senior on the track and field team, and Frome, a junior on the beach volleyball team, went to Vietnam to teach underprivileged children as part of the Coach for College program, which is a non-profit organization that offers student-athletes the chance to teach youths in rural parts of developing countries.

September 14, 2015

Hoosier's Life Changes in Coach for College

Derrick Morgan ran four years of track and field in cream and crimson before earning his bachelor’s degree in sports management.

But to the IU graduate it was the red that he wore in Vietnam that made the 
biggest difference.