Project Play Webinars: Cornonavirus & Youth Sports

The Aspen Institute’s Project Play initiative, has developed webinars for parents, coaches, and leaders to answer questions related to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on youth sports and physical activity.

Coronavirus and Youth Sports: How to Play During the Crisis (Streamed live on April 29, 2020)

Join the next Aspen Institute Project Play youth sports webinar on April 29 (2-3 pm ET), titled How to Play During the Crisis. Former Major League Baseball star Omar Vizquel joins medical experts and parents to discuss free play and organized sports during the pandemic.

Coronavirus and Youth Sports: What Kids Need from Coaches Now (Streamed live on April 22, 2020)

Join the Aspen Institute’s Project Play initiative for an interactive discussion with young people and their coaches, as well as resources from leading professionals and coaches related to physical health and social emotional well-being.

Coronavirus and Youth Sports: How to Manage the Crisis (Streamed live on April 15, 2020)

Our second webinar explored how youth sports leaders in non-profits, for-profits, and parks and recs departments are tackling issues during the pandemic. Topics included access to revenue from donors and government resources; managing expenses, staffing and requests for refunds; and communication with parents, youth and the broader community.

Coronavirus and Youth Sports: What the Future Holds (Streamed live on April 1, 2020)

The Aspen Institute’s Project Play initiative explored what could lie ahead for youth sports as the coronavirus pandemic unfolds. This is the first of multiple webinars we will host to help guide stakeholders through the crisis.

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