Kin Leaders - UofA Case Competition

Join us for the first ever Kinesiology Case Competition in Alberta! This is a joint venture between the Alberta Kinesiology Association, University of Alberta, Prepr, and the Indigenous Sport Council of Alberta

 

WHAT: This case competition is designed for senior kinesiology students to work through an in-depth case study with the support and guidance from their Kin Leader - a Practicing Kinesiologist like yourself! Your job is to lead them through the program as they navigate and develop innovative and entrepreneurial solutions to social issues Kinesiologists can solve. The Case Competition includes weekly team huddles facilitated by Kin Leaders, Professional Kinesiologists like yourself.

Spots are limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis, so get your application in for Kin School today! 

Submit your application here 

You will be contacted by email after your application is completed.

 

WHEN: September 27th to November 6th 2021

  • Training and expectations will be clearly provided on either September 27 or 28, 2021 - TBD.

  • 10 hours total commitment required over 5 weeks (2hrs per week) in weekly team huddles lead by Kin Leaders via Zoom on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00 pm Mountain Time (8:30-10:00 pm Eastern Time).

WHERE: Online - Remotely accessed via Zoom

WHY: Earn, learn and build our kinesiology community!

  • $150 grants will be provided to the 30 volunteers we are seeking,

  • Through a student poll, the most dedicated and inspirational Kin Leader will win $1000 for first, $500 for second and $250 for third,

  • Earn 1 Professional Development Credit for every hour volunteered - 10 hours of volunteering required to lead each team,

  • Opportunity to be featured in the AKA’s exclusive KinPod,

  • Learn from your peers and apply your knowledge as you help guide your team of students through a wide range of challenges, and

  • Network with and build connections with industry leaders across the province, and

  • Create a legacy among the incoming professional kinesiologist students!

 

Student Challenge Statement Introduction (full challenge statement to be released after the Kick Off):

This year we have partnered with the Indigenous Sport Council of Alberta (ISCA), the provincial sporting body for Indigenous peoples of Alberta,  and have the opportunity to use data they have collected from Indigenous communities related to health and wellness through sport, physical activity and recreation. 

 

Your challenge is to develop a strategy and actionable plan within the field of kinesiology that can remove barriers and provide more inclusive and better access to services and/or initiatives that improve health and holistic wellness among Indigenous individuals, families, and communities.

 

Learn more about the student experience in this Case Competition here

 

For more information, please email us at: admin@albertakinesiology.ca

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