Right To Play Student Engagement

  • M Doyle | August 11th, 2010
    I have finished  my starter kit! This is not to say there will not be any more edits, but the general content as well as proper format is all there.
  • M Doyle | August 3rd, 2010
    Besides putting together my powerpoint pitch, I will also be making two separate contact lists: List 1: Contacts of Athletic Department Heads ( name, email, phone number) List 2: Contacts of Professors ( undergrad or grad) who teach sport related...
  • M Doyle | August 3rd, 2010
    I am proud to say that ( after 5 drafts), my 20 page starter kit is finally complete! This means that this biggest objective of my summer is now accomplished! Now that my starter kit is complete, for the duration of my time here @ RTP in NYC, I'll...
  • M Doyle | July 25th, 2010
    Right To Play student-led networks on university and college campuses work alongside Right To Play. At Right To Play, we believe that physical activity, well-designed sport programs and play offer a path to physical, social and emotional health. In...
  • M Doyle | July 25th, 2010
    Right To Play (RTP) is an international humanitarian organization that uses sport and play programs to improve health, develop life skills, and foster peace for children and communities in some of the most disadvantaged areas of the world. Currently...