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Glenn Tuck Memorial Scholarship
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On the ground: Quality community sport programs that build performance
May 29, 2018 at 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Quality sport means good programs (based on Long-Term Athlete Development), delivered by good people (knowledgeable and caring) in good places (welcoming, inclusive, and safe). It is a simple formula, however optimizing all the factors can be challenging. Every organization has to discover what works in their own unique context. In this webinar, the presenters will provide insight into how to build community programs that retain more athletes in enriched training and competition environments longer, enabling them to reach their full potential.
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PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
Sask Sport Board of Directors congratulates all the Sport Administrators that completed the full complement of seven courses of the Professional Leadership Certificate for Sport Administrators. Those in attendance received their certificates at Sask Sport Inc.ís Annual General Meeting.
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GLENN TUCK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Four scholarships of $1,500 each are available per academic year to students of the University of Regina (2 awards) and the University of Saskatchewan (2 awards). Eligible candidates must have completed at least two years of study enrolled in Kinesiology, or Education with a major in Kinesiology/Physical Education.
One scholarship of $1000 is available to students of the Recreation and Community Development Program at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. Full time second year students that are eligible for graduation at the end of the semester and have a minimum grade point average of 70 at the end of semester III are eligible to apply.
Application forms are available through the corresponding Award Offices at each institution.
Congratulations to the 2017/2018 Glenn Tuck Memorial Scholarship Awards Recipients
University of Saskatchewan
Sydney Hesselberg - Bachelor of Kinesiology - Exercise and Sport Studies
Nicole Rapin - Bachelor of Kinesiology - Exercise and Sport Studies
University of Regina
Sena Debia - Bachelor of Kinesiology - Health Promotion
Ryley Woiden - Bachelor of Education Secondary - Physical Education and Social Studies
For more information on this program please contact:
Lisa Stewart, Sport Assistant
Sask Sport Inc., Organizational Development Coordinator
510 Cynthia Street, Saskatoon, SK S7L 7K7
Tel: (306) 975-0829
Fax: (306) 242-8007