Seymour High School’s football head coach plans to speak during the Jackson County Young Professionals Power Hour from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday in the meeting room at the Community Foundation of Jackson County, 107 Community Drive, Seymour.
Whether you are dealing with sports or business, coach Josh Shattuck will share how rebuilding the football program parallels building a business. He will share how each piece of the program ties into the whole. He also will discuss the importance of the role of relationship and trust within the program.
Shattuck is in his third year as head coach of the Seymour football program. Prior to his arrival in Seymour, he was the football head coach at Gladwin Community Schools in Gladwin, Michigan. During his four years at Gladwin, Shattuck helped build a program that reached the state playoffs during the 2012 campaign, finishing the regular season with a 7-2 overall record.
While at Gladwin, he coached three players that signed national letters of intent to play NCAA Division II football. Shattuck teaches social studies at Seymour High School.
Power Hour is a monthly professional development seminar series for young professionals living and/or working in Jackson County. This event is sponsored by the Jackson County Young Professionals organization and is free.