March AmeriCorps Coach of the Month: Coach Josh

  1. Updates

Coach Josh is in his second year as an AmeriCorps member serving at Woodrow Wilson Elementary. He works hard to build a relationship with every single student at his school and has built a positive and inclusive community both on the playground and in the classroom.

Coach Josh implemented a Mini Coach program this year, in which his Junior Coaches mentor younger students and teach them to implement leadership skills on the playground. All the students at Woodrow Wilson are excited to spend time with Coach Josh at school every day!


Learn more about Coach Josh

What is your favorite game/sport?

Gaga ball.

How do you usually relax after a long day?

I relax by watching TV.

What is your guilty pleasure?

The 100! I’ve become an addict.

Tell us two fun facts about yourself!

I speak fluent Spanish and I have red hair.

 


Interested in becoming a Playworks AmeriCorps member?

Learn more!

 

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