Join Cindy Young from the Atlanta Vibe professional volleyball team to learn volleyball skills and improve your mental and physical fitness!

*Intended for Elementary and Middle school aged children

Our final Jr Vibe Volleyball Mini Clinic will be held on Tuesday, July 30, from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM at the Dacula Branch

About Atlanta Vibe:

The Atlanta Vibe is one of seven teams competing in the Professional Volleyball Federation’s historic first season in 2024. The Vibe is Atlanta’s very first professional women’s indoor volleyball team and the city’s second fully professional women’s sports team. The Atlanta Vibe won the 2024 Regular Season Championship with a team record of 19-5, giving the Vibe the No. 1 overall seed going into the league’s postseason tournament.

About Jr Vibe:

Jr Vibe Volleyball Camps are designed to provide young players with the opportunity to learn and enhance the basic skills of volleyball. Each session will include on-court training and will consist of technique training in passing, setting, serving, hitting, and defense. Team concepts will be introduced through instruction and game play. Join our Jr Vibe coaching staff for a fun, engaging, and rewarding experience!

For experienced players in Grades 6-12, check out our Elite Camp, July 22-24, got a fast-paced, intended, challenging training atmosphere!

Questions? Contact us!

Cindy Young

Director of Youth Volleyball

Atlanta Vibe

cindy@atlantavibe.com

470-789-0340

About Cindy Young:

With a 14-year tenure as the Director of Volleyball at Suwanee Sports Academy, Cindy has passionately developed young athletes, emphasizing teamwork and sportsmanship. Previously, she served ten years as an Assistant Volleyball Coach at the University of Tennessee and the University of Georgia, drawing on her collegiate playing experience at the University of Georgia to contribute to the growth and success of these programs. Cindy’s coaching journey reflects a commitment to fostering both skill development and a love for the game among aspiring volleyball players.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science as well as a master’s degree in Sports Managaement while competing and coaching for the University of Georgia.