Are you interested in learning about how to better engage the Athletics department at your institution and to strategies for increasing the participation of student-athletes on study abroad programs?
This e-learning short course will examine how and why to design initiatives to bolster student athlete participation abroad, including practical suggestions, strategies, and resources.
Through this course, you will learn:
- about the culture of athletics and coaches in the NCAA
- how to build trust with coaches and other stakeholders invested in student-athletes
- tips and suggestions for creating a clear and compelling goal to attract student-athletes abroad
Please note that all Diversity Abroad Short Courses are available for 7 days after purchase. Check out our Frequently Asked Questions for additional information.
Co-Founder & Director of Institutional Relationships of Global Players, Study Abroad for Student-Athletes
About the instructor
Tara Michael is a former Division I student-athlete (Women’s Lacrosse) who studied abroad in Namibia and South Africa after tearing her ACL in college. Michael went on to play and coach in Australia, England, Germany, and the Czech Republic before settling in the Netherlands where she now resides and coaches the Dutch U19 and Women’s Senior National Teams. She is the Co-Founder & Director of Institutional Relationships of Global Players, Study Abroad for Student-Athletes - founded in 2008 specifically for student-athletes with athletic programming to complement academic coursework and professional internships.