Friday, May 30, 2014

Fwd: Dolfin & ISCA Present - 5th Annual Hall of Fame Coaches Clinic

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From: "Int Swim Coaches Assoc" <dougfonder@gmail.com>
Date: May 30, 2014 10:59 AM
Subject: Dolfin & ISCA Present - 5th Annual Hall of Fame Coaches Clinic
To: <mark.rauterkus@gmail.com>
Cc:

 SPEAKERS
MIKE BOTTOM
University of
Michigan 
MARK SCHUBERT
Golden West 
Swim Club
CLARK CAMPBELL
University of
Kansas 
 
BRUCE WIGO
International swimming
Hall of Fame 
DR. JOHN IVY
University of
Texas 
PRESENTS
5th ANNUAL
HALL OF FAME
COACHES CLINIC
Are you interested in improving your club, the performance of your swimmers and staff, or yourself as a coach? Then you must attend the 5th Annual Hall of Fame Coaches Clinic! 
 
 
WHEN/WHERE:
The Clinic will take place
August 27-29, 2014 at the beautiful Hilton Hotel, located on the beach in Clearwater, FL.


WHAT MAKES US SPECIAL:
Our unique presentation format cultivates an intimate atmosphere between attendees and speakers in which no question goes unanswered.  Short presentations and an open panel format of experts provide us with the perfect scenario for idea and topic sharing and overall interaction between all attendees and speak
ers. 


NEW THIS YEAR: 
We will have a full "Age Group Swimming" oriented agenda as well as a full "Senior Swimming" oriented agenda. 
 
 
Check out the links below for more information. Don't miss your chance to sign up for the best clinic this year!
 






SPEAKERS
DR. DAVE SALO
University of
Southern California 
EDDIE REESE
University of 
Texas 
JOEL SHINOFIELD
College Swimming Coaches Association
of America 
KAREN KING
United States 
Swim Academy
 
RANDY REESE  
Clearwater
Aquatic Team
Int Swim Coaches Assoc | (540) 397-0505 | dougfonder@gmail.com | 2721 Brambleton Ave. SW
Roanoke, VA 24015

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Thursday, May 22, 2014

Fwd: Pittsburgh Cares Youth Advisory Council: Now Accepting Applications!

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From: "Pittsburgh Cares Youth Engaged in Service" <clehberger@pittsburghcares.org>
Date: May 21, 2014 10:02 AM
Subject: Pittsburgh Cares Youth Advisory Council: Now Accepting Applications!
To: <mark.rauterkus@gmail.com>
Cc:

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Hello Friends,

 

We are now accepting applications and nominations for the Pittsburgh Cares Youth Advisory Council!

 

The Pittsburgh Cares Youth Advisory Council  (YAC) is a leadership development program comprised of diverse, talented and civic-minded youth that are committed to creating positive social change in their community. The YAC will serve as youth advisors on Pittsburgh Cares key programs and initiatives - acting as the voice for youth in the community, and inspiring others to do the same. 

 

Youth Advisory Council Activities:

  • Work directly with Pittsburgh Cares staff on projects/topics of interest.
  • Serve as grant reviewers for the Pittsburgh Cares mini-grants program.
  • Provide feedback on Pittsburgh Cares programs to ensure inclusion of youth perspective.
  • Participate in and mobilize a team of youth volunteers for Global Youth Service Day.
  • Plan and implement a service project engaging students not typically engaged in service.
  • Act as a leader in service in your school and community.
  • Participate in the selection of future Youth Advisory Council members.

 Youth Benefits:

  • Platform to voice matters and concerns important to youth.
  • Participate in decision making processes for the betterment of Pittsburgh Cares and the community.
  • Personal and professional developmental opportunities, including recommendations for higher education and/ or employment.
  • Opportunities to participate in workshops provided by Pittsburgh Cares and partner agencies.
  • Networking opportunities with other area youth, nonprofit professionals, and civic leaders.

Applicant Requirements:

  • Must be 14-18 years old and attend a high school in Allegheny County
  • Must have a passion for service
  • Must show evidence of creative ability and thinking outside the box
  • Must be able to devote an average of four hours a week to YAC activities and work
  • Must have strong communication, leadership, and organization skills

To Apply or Nominate an Young Leader

 

The Pittsburgh Cares Youth Advisory Council is accepting applications and nominations now through June 30, 2014. Finalists will be asked to participate in an interview. All applicants will be notified of application status by the end of July 2014.

For more information please contact: clehberger@pittsburghcares.org 

Pittsburgh Cares: Volunteering Made Easy
3505 Butler Street 
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
 
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Jefferson Award

Mission: We increase community engagement through volunteerism and enhance the impact of regional service providers.
 
Pittsburgh Cares | 3505 Butler Street | Pittsburgh | PA | 15201

Fwd: Louganis Documentary to Premiere at AFI Docs Film Festival

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From: "BACK ON BOARD: Greg Louganis" <info@louganisdoc.com>
Date: May 22, 2014 11:08 AM
Subject: Louganis Documentary to Premiere at AFI Docs Film Festival
To: <Mark@rauterkus.com>
Cc:

WORLD PREMIERE of BACK ON BOARD at AFI DOCS Film Festival
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After three years of hard work, long days, and cinematic elbow grease, the moment has arrived!!! We are proud to announce that BACK ON BOARD: GREG LOUGANIS will have its WORLD PREMIERE next month at the AFI DOCS Film Festival (formerly Silverdocs where Sync or Swim screened in 2008). Also in June our film will screen at the world famous Castro Theater at the Frameline LGBT Film Festival in San Francisco. We could not be more excited to share our film with the world!

See you at the movies,
Will Sweeney & Cheryl Furjanic
 

 
A generous donor has agreed to a "matching program" to help us get our film to the finish line. We are in the home stretch with post-production (online, color correct, music, sound mix) and we are still raising the funds we need to finish the film! This donor will MATCH every dollar that is pledged up to $25,000! That means you can double the impact of your tax-deductible contribution towards the film. With your help, we can make it through this last phase of important work on the film!  We'd be honored if you could kick in a few dollars (or a hundred, or a thousand) towards this goal!
Join Team BACK ON BOARD!
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Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Fwd: Twitter Party- 2nd Annual Summer Dreamers Academy Night Out 5/29 3-5PM



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From: Howze, Merecedes J 

Greetings All: 

In the hours leading up to the 2nd Annual Summer Dreamers Academy Night Out, Pittsburgh Public Schools (@PPSNews) and the Summer Dreamers Academy will be hosting an exclusive Twitter party.  On Thursday, May 29th, from 3-5PM, MGR Youth Empowerment (@MGRYouth) is partnering with the summer program to make this the BIGGEST Twitter party ever!  Using hashtags #SummerLearning14 and #PghSummerRocks, tweets will be filled with fun summer learning facts, summer program opportunities, giveaways and much more. 

The goal for this Twitter party is to promote positive awareness around summer learning in Pittsburgh.  Attendees are encouraged to tweet about their past summer learning experiences.  The party is also a virtual message board for all key stakeholders (parents, campers, community leaders, funders, and summer program leaders) to get on one accord about the importance of summer learning in the Greater Pittsburgh area.  Lastly, this Twitter party is an opportunity for summer programs, other than the Summer Dreamers Academy, to be heard on a larger platform.

To all of you new Twitter 'peeps', I have attached a Twitter guide with helpful tips on how to successfully be a part of the party.   Also, attached is the official invite.  Please feel free to share this email with others and post the invite on your social media pages.

If you plan to participate, please send me your Twitter handle by Tuesday, May 27th and I'll share everyone's Twitter information with the larger group.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at the information below. 


Thank you,


Merecedes J. Howze


 

 




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Mark Rauterkus       Mark.Rauterkus@gmail.com    
PPS Summer Dreamers' Swim and Water Polo Camp Head Coach
Pittsburgh Combined Water Polo Team

http://Rauterkus.blogspot.com
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Monday, May 19, 2014

Fwd: Apply Now! EPLC's 2014-15 Education Policy Fellowship Program


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APPLY NOW!
2014-2015 PA EDUCATION POLICY FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM

 

Applications are available now for the 2014-2015 Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP).  The Education Policy Fellowship Program is sponsored in Pennsylvania by The Education Policy and Leadership Center (EPLC).

 

With about 400 graduates in its first fifteen years, this Program is a premier professional development opportunity for educators, state and local policymakers, advocates, and community leaders.  State Board of Accountancy (SBA) credits are available to certified public accountants.

 

Past participants include state policymakers, district superintendents and principals, school business officers, school board members, education deans/chairs, statewide association leaders, parent leaders, education advocates, and other education and community leaders.  Fellows are typically sponsored by their employer or another organization.

 

The Fellowship Program begins with a two-day retreat on September 18-19, 2014 and continues to graduation in June 2015.

 

Applications are being accepted now.  

 

Click here to read about the Education Policy Fellowship Program.

  

Since space is limited to approximately 30 positions, it is advisable to submit an application as soon as possible.  The application may be copied from the EPLC web site, but must be submitted by mail or scanned and e-mailed, with the necessary signatures of applicant and sponsor.

 

The Program coordinators for 2014-2015 are Ron Cowell and Mattie Robinson.  If you would like to discuss any aspect of the Fellowship Program and its requirements, please contact Mattie Robinson at 717-260-9900 or robinson@eplc.org.





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Mark Rauterkus       Mark.Rauterkus@gmail.com    
PPS Summer Dreamers' Swim and Water Polo Camp Head Coach
Pittsburgh Combined Water Polo Team

http://Rauterkus.blogspot.com
http://FixPA.wikia.com
http://CLOH.wikia.com
412 298 3432 = cell