!MPACT Student Leadership

Leadership Training for High School Student Sport Leaders and Advisors

The Alberta Schools’ Athletic Association is excited to announce the hosting of a student leadership initiative. The !MPACT Leadership Workshops are for high school student sports leaders and advisors and will address the topics of leadership, teamwork, sportsmanship, respect, and positive values. The goal of these workshops is to provide a forum for student athletes and adult leaders to discuss relevant topics in educational based athletics and activities. Through interactive group discussions, scenario situations and hands-on activities, student leaders should be able to go back to their schools and implement a plan of action. We believe this is a unique opportunity for you and your student athlete leaders to develop skills that can not only be used in the school setting but can also guide them in all their future endeavors throughout life. We would highly encourage you to take part in this opportunity and we look forward to getting your schools’ registration application.

The 2021 !MPACT Student Leadership Workshop will be held virtually on May 4 & 5, 2021. Information Package coming soon.

Registration Information - 2021

Cost: Early Bird Pricing = $5 per person
Regular Pricing = $10 per person

Early Bird Registration = February 1 - April 15
Regular Registration = April 16-30

More information on the event schedule, speakers and registration will be available on February 1.

Feedback from attendees at the 2019 Workshop:

“”I learned a lot of skills that I know I will use in my school community. The speakers were very passionate about their topics which had me at the edge of my seat.”
“Very positive atmosphere. It was an amazing opportunity to meet new people that want to make a difference just like I do.”
“The workshop was very student centered and relevant for their age. Our students came back inspired to be positive leaders.”
“I always find myself rejuvenated after this conference, what a great way to learn and see the leadership of our youth.”

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Questions or Concerns?

Please contact Deanna Metro, ASAA Assistant Director