Take Your Summer Programming to the Next Level
A new resource from Inspire, "Mentoring in Sports: The Coach Mentor Blueprint," is designed to build a strong foundation of understanding and empathy among students and mentees, making your programming even more impactful.
Summer is almost here, and we know you’re gearing up for some exciting and action-packed programming for students in communities nationwide. We’re here to support your work with a no-cost resource that can help you take your programming to the next level.
Have you checked out our new no-cost resource, Mentoring in Sports: The Coach Mentor Blueprint? Developed in partnership with the U.S. Soccer Foundation, this 60-minute on-demand learning module is packed with strategies to support a team sports mentor or a youth leader in summer camp. The module will help build a stronger foundation of understanding and empathy with students and mentees, which can help make your programming even more impactful.
What’s more, participants will receive a certificate of completion that they can use toward ongoing professional learning hours, depending on your program. It’s a win-win!
This module is sure to inspire and reenergize your coaches and mentors, so don’t miss out! Share this module with out-of-school time providers, too.
Plus, tag @InspireSELEd or @Harmony_sel in June and July on social media. We’ll be raffling off some cool swag to anyone who tags us during the summertime.
Get ready for an amazing summer of programming. We’re excited to see all the great things you’ll do.
Inspire celebrates and supports inspirational educators with on-demand professional learning in culturally responsive teaching practices and social and emotional learning. An affiliate program of the National University, Inspire provides no-cost teacher development resources to schools, districts, universities, and organizations so they can equip pre- and in-service educators to build strong relationships and inspire excellence in teaching practices that promote social, emotional, and academic development in pre-K-12 grade learning environments.
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