MU hosts first community soccer camp
On April 15, many Multnomah students, faculty and staff are coming together to host the first-ever Multnomah University Community Soccer Camp. This camp is primarily being driven by the MU men’s soccer team and the Multnomah University Athletic Department.
Junior global studies major Meghan Ward is assisting with the development of this camp. “The aim of this camp is to give an opportunity for community development and engagement right here on campus, in a way that’s enjoyable for people from all over,” says Ward. “After all, soccer is one of the most popular sports worldwide, and it’s a good platform for developing relationships with a wide range of people.”
The camp leaders are seeking to gather youth in the age range of 11-18 year old who have diverse backgrounds, diverse experiences, and diverse soccer levels to fulfill this goal. The MU students hosting the camp are reaching out to target groups, fundraising, and receiving some mentoring in an attempt to make the first camp successful.
One of the goals set for this camp is that it will be a lasting and reoccurring event so that genuine relationships can be built and maintained. Junior church leadership major Kevin Cassal is one of the leaders who hopes this camp will be able to continue in future years. “My hope for the camp is that it provides a quality experience for the kids so that we can continue hosting it in the future and watch it grow,” says Cassal.
The camp is rapidly approaching — it will be hosted on Saturday, April 15, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. With that in mind, the group behind the scenes would love to connect with any possible participants or volunteers for this fun-filled day. All ranges of soccer experience and knowledge are welcome, as the primary goal of this camp is to build relationships while enjoying this beautiful game.
If you are interested in getting involved, please email Meghan Ward at email@example.com for details.
April 10, 2017 | News
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