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Managers On A Mission

Wed, 01 February 2017

Very excited to share these two opportunities available to Student Managers, Interns, and all other Future Leaders of Sport! #1) 2017 Africa Mission Trips/Sports Camps: – Applications to join one of MOAM’s fully funded trips (>$3,000 cost) are due March 5th. MOAM is hosting an optional Webinar on Sunday, February 12th at 7pm CST for anyone interested

Here is an interesting article looking at what NBA equipment managers have to deal with when it comes to shoes. For the Warriors, it’s gotta be the shoes

DOL Wage Change Responses

Fri, 04 November 2016

1.       KU – all equipment staff is salaried 2.       K State – Al Cerbe is salaried and his asst. will be hourly he has not gotten any word about limiting his hours. 3.       Univ. of MD all equipment staff is salaried, some will get a increase in pay. 4.       Wisconsin- Terry is salaried his assistants

Please encourage your Student Managers, GAs, and/or Interns to apply for over $6,000 in scholarships from Managers On A Mission (MOAM). Applicants must simply read the selected article and submit their 1 page reflection essay by December 2nd. Click here for full details on the Read & Reflect Texon Athletic Scholarship. About Managers On A

For those attending the AFCA National convention this year in Nashville, TN the AEMA will be offering opportunities once again for AEMA members to earn CEU’s and connect with other fellow equipment managers.   Below is the schedule as your make your plans to attend AFCA:   Venue:                   Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center Meeting

Former NFL head coach and influential defensive coordinator Buddy Ryan died Tuesday. He was 82. Ryan, who was outspoken and coached in the NFL for 26 seasons, was known for building some of football’s top defenses with a relentlessness that focused on creating havoc on the field. His death was confirmed by the Buffalo Bills,

Hall of Fame coach Pat Summitt, a pioneer of women’s college basketball who guided the Tennessee Volunteers to eight national titles in her 38 seasons at the university, died Tuesday morning. She was 64. Summitt led the Lady Vols to 1,098 victories — the most in Division I college basketball history (men or women) ­­–


Wed, 10 February 2016

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