Find Your State Coordinator!
The Association’s membership is organized regionally: North, South, East and West. Each region consists of Scholastic 3-D Archery Teams that are located at educational institutions, as well as with archery affiliated teams, clubs and businesses in the community. The state-to-region assignments are listed in the following table:
Per the 2023-2024 S3DA Rules under Section A, “Members may compete in both Eastern and Western National Championships but are required to register and/or compete in their own designated National Championship before being allowed to compete in the other. Members may only compete for Shooter of the Year in their geographic region.”
S3DA archers affiliated with the “WEST REGION” outlined above will COMPETE TO qualify for Western National Shooter of the Year, while archers affiliated with the “NORTH, SOUTH, AND EAST REGIONS” outlined above will COMPETE TO qualify for Eastern National Shooter of the Year.
Are you Interested in becoming a S3DA State Coordinator?Job Duties & Role Responsibilities for State Coordinators
- Reporting directly to the National Outreach Coordinator (Chris McDonald).
- Dividing the geographic area of the state into regions.
- Recruiting and hiring Regional Coordinators to oversee and manage individual regions.
- Assisting Regional Coordinators with job duties.
- Setting state-wide goals for the number of new clubs, teams, trainers, members, etc.
- Planning, set-up and management of the annual state tournaments per S3DA Guidelines.
- Obtain and maintain the S3DA State Affiliate which requires a Board of Directors.
- Create a business plan and annual budget for the State with assistance from the National S3DA Office.
- Become a certified S3DA Instructor prior to being appointed the State Coordinator and becoming a Certified Instructor Trainer within one year.
- Schedule regular Instructor Training Classes within the state.
- When possible attending and assisting with the annual National S3DA Events.