The first of a seven course curriculum designed to educate student-athletes on the rules and consequences of sports wagering (two courses are also available for staff members).
SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION
Love Labyrinth: Navigating Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships
A course developed in partnership with the One Love Foundation—part of a 13 course eLearning curriculum designed to educate student-athletes on sexual violence prevention and healthy relationships based on the NCAA’s guidelines (courses are also available for staff).
Your Athletic Identity in the Workplace
A course designed to help athletes understand how to make a successful transition into their life after sport. The course breaks down each of the eight segments of Game Plan’s proprietary athlete transition assessment, Next Play Pro, to help athletes understand how their experience in sport can create both advantages and potential obstacles that they should exploit and anticipate/overcome, respectively.
Introduction to Mental Health in College Athletics
A course designed in conjunction with Dr. Emmett Gill, Introduction to Mental Health provides an onboarding tool for college athletics administrators to introduce collegiate student-athletes key concepts, terminology and resources associated with mental wellness. The course is the first of a four part series designed to provide a broad foundation of understanding to the collegiate student-athlete on mental wellness.
RISE to WIN
Equality vs Equity
The first of two courses designed in collaboration with RISE to WIN, a national nonprofit that educates and empowers the sports community to eliminate racial discrimination, champion social justice, and improve race relations. This course specifically focuses on educating users on the difference between equality and equity as well as how these concepts apply to them.
RISE to WIN
The second course designed in collaboration with RISE to WIN, a national nonprofit that educates and empowers the sports community to eliminate racial discrimination, champion social justice, and improve race relations. This course educates users about critical diversity concepts and why knowing these concepts is so important.