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Equal Sports Involvement Association

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Marisa Pacella

on 15 November 2016

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Transcript of Equal Sports Involvement Association

Step two of project plan
Current Situation

Middle school sports involvement: low-income vs. high-income
Average cost of sports programs: $600/child

Transportation
Very significant barrier to getting involved in sports is transportation
Kids will be able to be in sports since they will have guaranteed rides
low income families and jobs
We will be partnering with Uber to provide the students with vouchers for rides home from practice
Pre/Post test
Assessment

Shoes
Coach Training
Step four of the project plan
Training on sensitivity and inclusion
Social factors low-income children are faced with
What at risk behaviors look like
How to encourage inclusion of new members on a team
Things that may affect low-income children differently than higher-income children.
Objectives
Coach training
Step three of the project plan
Partner with Carl Ben Eielson to advertise and promote coaches to take our training
Pay the participating coaches one hour worth of their annual salary
Steps:
1.

Advertise and promote coaches to take our training
2.
Renting a room to hold the training
3.
Give the training
4.
Assessment of training effectiveness
1. Find out what students need rides
2. Partnering with Uber
3. Distribute vouchers & liability waivers
4. Assessment
Steps:
Why Carl Ben Eielson?
What's Going On?
It is a Fargo Public School with one of the highest number of students who receive free or reduced lunch program
Poverty: break the cycle, and bridge the gap
Benefits: time management, teamwork skills, and builds relationships

Important Factors
Project Costs
Shoes.....................$13,760
Transportation......$34,020
Coach Training...........$770
Operations............$41,960
Indirects..................$9,051

Total = $99,561
Basketball
Football
Volleyball
Track/XC
mens
womens
mens
womens
Benefits
Deliverables
Cooperation
Value
new shoes

PDF showing improvement in test scores

PDF containing analysis of intervention effects on student behavior
We are a local, small nonprofit

We believe every kid deserves the opportunity to be involved in sports regardless of socioeconomic status

We are passionate about making sure all children have the resources necessary to receive the same opportunities and benefits as their peers
Tangible
Intangible
Increase in confidence

Increased social and emotional health

More discipline and emotional control

Less likely to partake in negative behaviors

cognitive growth


Team
Community
We have worked on many projects similar to this proposed project

Our team consists of a group of people with diverse backgrounds and skills
We're already well established and connected in the FM area

Because of our past work on similar projects, we are trusted by the community

Low-income children's involvement in sports

Steps:
1. Administer a survey on equipment as a barrier to sports involvement

2. Partner with Scheels to obtain team shoes at a flat rate

3. Administer a post-survey to assess impact

Step one of our project plan
Project Plan:
Most important step
School is excited for this program
Letters sent to children's parents
One questionnaire that includes everything
Administer pre-survey to children that qualify for the reduced lunch programs
Shoes are often a barrier to involvement
Partnership with Scheels
Not having the right brand of shoes can cause embarrassment - furthers the divide
Promotes professionalism and inclusion
Mutually beneficial for both parties
Post-survey to assess
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