Junior Coach Leadership Conference

Date

March 14, 2019

Place

Capital One Arena

601 F St NW
Washington, DC 20004 United States

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Time

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Celebrating our Young Leaders

Every year, Playworks DMV partners with the MSE Foundation to bring together students involved in our Junior Coach Leadership Program for an exciting day of team building, learning, and getting to know other students from across the DMV area. Our young leaders have been working hard all year to serve as positive role models at recess and in the classroom! They’ve attended trainings each week and are excited to bring their skills to the Capital One Arena in March 14, 2019.

Join us for an exciting day!

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We are looking for sponsors, volunteers and speakers so sign up today!

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Learning and Playing Together

The focus of this event is to thank our Junior Coaches for their time and

service and encourage them to finish out the year strong.

As a sponsor or volunteer, you will get a chance to mentor our young leaders and ensure that they have a safe, inclusive space to compete, learn, and celebrate.

  • Support the local community: By getting involved, you will be helping us reach our goal of providing 33 schools and 14,000 children with safe and healthy play this year.
  • Bolster children’s health: With stations focused on respect, inclusion, finding your strongest voice, and team work, you will be able to offer active, inclusive opportunity that guarantees a child’s activity for the day.
  • Create an immediate impact: The conference offers a safe space for students to compete, learn and demonstrate the skills they’ve learned throughout the year. What you help us raise and bring to this event, will help create a similar environment for kids in schools and on their playgrounds.

You will be granting the 3rd Annual Junior Coach Awards to students who exemplify our core values of respect, inclusion, healthy play and healthy community!


All proceeds benefit Playworks DMV and our goal to reach 14,000 kids in 33 schools by June 30, 2019 (and 200+ Junior Coaches).