The MCA has an excellent working relationship with each of the organizations below:

nocadNOCAD (the National Organization of Coaches Association Directors) has long benefited from the membership of the MCA. NOCAD is the organization that makes it possible for member coaches to receive the unmatched professional liability and camp insurance coverage the MCA makes available for members. MCA’s former Executive Director Ralph Halverson was instrumental in founding the organization and once served on its Board of Directors and as its President.







MHSA logoMontana High School Association







moa logoMontana Officials Association






FreeRecruitingWebinar-with-tag-line-two-500px HIGHER REZFree Recruiting Webinar – Operated by the Recruiting Education Foundation, Inc.,, a non-profit organization, provides answers to common questions concerning the collegiate athletic recruiting process for high school student-athletes, parents, counselors and coaches.




VGF_Logo_3The Great Falls Tourism Business Improvement District is a collection of lodging properties that decided to work together to create a funding source dedicated to attracting events to Great Falls and growing events we already have.  We will also help with the planning and funding of tourism-related infrastructure, such as a visitor center or convention center.






Frontier Conference

Frontier Conference generously provides two $750 scholarships to athletes selected by MCA Scholarship criteria, who will attend Frontier Conference Schools.  Schools in the Frontier Conference are:  Carroll College, College of Idaho, Eastern Oregon University, Lewis-Clark State College, Montana State University-Northern, Montana Tech, Rocky Mountain College, Southern Oregon University, University of Great Falls and University of Montana-Western.





The nhsacamission of the National High School Athletic Coaches Association is to be dedicated to serving high school coaches and athletic directors throughout the United States.  It is our goal to promote high school athletics, provide professional services to our member coaches and provide opportunities for all coaches.




The Jason Foundation, Inc. (JFI) is dedicated to the prevention of the “Silent Epidemic” of youth suicide through educational and awareness programs that equip young people, educators/youth workers and parents with the tools and resources to help identify and assist at-risk youth.