USA Weightlifting, USA Rugby, USA Cheer, USRowing, USA Bobsled and Skeleton and USA Triathlon will host six cross-sport events at universities in the country in an effort to expand their talent pools.
Each "Team USA Pro Day" is free to participate in and will feature athletic testing to include sprints, jumps and skills tests.
Scouts from each national governing body will be on hand to identify potential talent in their respective sports.
"At USA Weightlifting, we are always working to expand our sport," said Suzy Sanchez, director of grassroots development.
"We’re excited to discover the depth and range of talent on our university campuses and introduce new athletes to our weightlifting community."
While each Pro Day will be hosted on a university campus, participants are not required to be enrolled or a student athlete to participate.
Pro Days are open to 18 to 24-year-olds.
Athletes identified for their potential talent will be individually invited to train with sport specific coaches in their area.
"With our focus on reaching prospective triathletes at the collegiate and post-collegiate levels, USA Triathlon looks forward to partnering with Team USA to identify new talent through combines across the country," said Tim Yount, chief sport development officer.
"We have seen success at the highest levels of our sport through talent transfer from swimming, running and other sports, so we know there are opportunities to find the next great triathlon talent through this system."
In addition to partnering together, the national governing bodies are said to be "excited" to work with the United States Olympic Committee’s (USOC) Next Olympic Hopeful programme.
The talent identification programme, presented by Milk Life and supported by 24 Hour Fitness, aims to increase the pipeline of world-class athletes pursuing Olympic sport in the US.
Results from the Pro Day at Baylor University in Waco, Texas on May 5 will be shared with Next Olympic Hopeful scouts.
One winner from each sport will be invited to join national team camps and will be eligible to receive financial, training and medical support as they prepare to compete for a spot on the US team at the Olympic Games.
Athletes are invited to apply through the online portal here, where they provide details about their experience and complete a pre-screen.
Prior to the event at Baylor University, there are scheduled to be stops at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs on April 13, the Northern Michigan University on April 27 and the University of Montana on April 29.
Further stops are then due to take place at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on May 18 and the East Tennessee State University on June 15.
The test events that will be conducted at each Pro Day are 10 metres, 30m and 40m sprints, vertical jump, triple hop, 10-second max watt row, one-minute average watt row, three repetitions maximum back squat, one repetition maximum power clean, rugby skills, cheer skills, max pull-ups and burnout row.
The USOC recently launched the application process for the third season of Next Olympic Hopeful.
It stated the previous two seasons have showcased some of the top athletes in the country, with three participants having gone on to feature in the national bobsleigh team.