YUH Rededication Volunteer Sign-up
Hello KIN Students,SJSU will be hosting a rededication event for Yoshihiro Uchida Hall on November 7th at 3:00PM. This will be fantastic event and will showcase the newly renovated facility.
With 400 guests expected, we are in need of volunteers to help with set-up, break-down and tour guide responsibilities.
If you are able to help, please click on the links below and fill out the form: indicate what time-block you are available for.
Thanks in advance for your willingness to help out and please contact me if you need more information.
As an added bonus and “thank you” all student volunteers will receive a Department of Kinesiology T-Shirt.
Click below fill out the signup form online:
by Danika Ziemer
E-Soccer kicked off this past Saturday morning! For those of you who have never heard of E-Soccer, it’s a program designed for able-bodied children as well as those with
Coaches and players learning teamwork
special needs. Children as young as two years old to those in their mid-teens come out to the field for an hour every Saturday. E-Soccer is held in ten different locations in Northern California and one location in Las Vegas. The program is now global with sites in India and Kenya. At the Sunnyvale location, students at SJSU join with students from Santa Clara University to lead the 5-6 year old children in various adapted drills and games to improve the children’s soccer and teamwork skills. The kids, and coaches, have a blast playing games on “Soccer Island” or “Soccer Spaceship.”
E-Soccer is based on inclusion, which is vital for children to learn at such a young age. It’s incredible to see how well children and special needs children learn to interact and work with each other so quickly. Some kids need a one-on-one coach to help them through the program, but all of the kids work together and cheer each other on throughout the practice. These kids are so energetic and silly that it’s impossible not to have a good time on the field. I have been a coach at E-Soccer for almost a year now. I can safely say that those kids have made a larger impact on my life than I could ever possibly make on theirs, and I’m sure the other coaches would agree. I definitely believe that every student should come and check out the program.
We could always use more coaches, so if you’re interested in getting involved, e-mail the Kin Ambassadors Club at email@example.com. You can also check out the website at www.e-soccer.org.
Players on the move. Soccer and health.
Join KIN Sport Management students Adi Hod and Shelby Williams who are volunteering as coordinators at the Dew Action Tour in San Francisco. The event starts on Oct.
17 and they still have open slots.
Volunteer with your friends; they do not have to be SJSU students. Here is the direct link to the online volunteer recruitment form
Want an EXTREME opportunity!!??
Volunteers Needed for The Dew Action Tour
San Francisco Oct 17-21, 2012
Watch dirt, motorcross, and skateboard live!
Volunteers will work with either spectator flow, or in athlete registration and lounges. Must be 18 years or older. Free t-shirt, Dew Action Tour Credential, and Pepsi Product ALL day. Guaranteed close up action to your favorite event and the experience of a life time.
What you don’t get: parking, so plan to get to downtown San Fran (near Civic Center) on your own.
How to get in on the action….. Use this link to the online volunteer sign up
Get your friends involved and they can volunteer as well. Pass on this email and flyer to your network of friends so you can keep them in the loop.