Meet the four student officials taking the field at the 2018 USA Games

This July more than 4,000 Special Olympics athletes and coaches from all 50 states and the District of Columbia will gather in Seattle to compete in 14 individual and team sports before tens of thousands

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Application Open for 2019 Student Lead On Committees

We are excited to announce the opening of the 2019 Lead On Planning Committee application. Undergraduate and graduate students interested in helping make the next Lead On as successful and meaningful as possible are encouraged to apply! This may be the position for you if you are a student and care about professional development, networking, […]

New match challenge issued to student officials supporters

Even though the ZOOOM App Student Officials Development Campaign Match Challenge runs through April 25, officials and their supporters stepped up and have already crushed the $2,000 match and raised a total of $2,932.50! But

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Application Open for 2019 Student Lead On Coordinator

Region III is excited to announce that the application for the 2019 Region III Lead On Student Coordinator is now open. We are looking for an outstanding student leader to shape the 2019 conference at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Application materials consist of a resume, institutional support form, and a short questionnaire about their experience and passion […]

2018-04-10T20:09:51+00:00April 10, 2018|Categories: region iii, Region III Exclusive, student development, students|

UM’s Adventure Leadership Program highlights experiential learning

Many people outside of the profession are often surprised to discover the depth and breadth of the work that NIRSA members are leading on campuses across North America and beyond. The University of Michigan’s Adventure

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Officials development challenge: support up-and-coming officials

Just like you, NIRSA associate member ZOOOM App believes in the future and value of officiating. And they’ve partnered with the NIRSA Foundation to support the Student Officials Development Campaign: Between January 3 and April

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Transferable skills: how Kimmi Sterner found success beyond recreation

No one was more surprised than Kimmi Sterner when the enthusiastic NIRSA member, fitness professional, and former NIRSA Student Leader found herself pursuing a path that led her away from campus recreation.
It had been her

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