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Student Athlete Summer Bridge Workshop . Jenn Burleson, Athletic Counselor Summer 2013 Athletic Counselor Coordinator of the Student Athlete Support Program. Student Athlete Summer Bridge Workshop Pre-Test. DAY 1.

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    1. Student Athlete Summer Bridge Workshop Jenn Burleson, Athletic Counselor Summer 2013 Athletic Counselor Coordinator of the Student Athlete Support Program

    2. Student Athlete Summer Bridge Workshop Pre-Test DAY 1

    3. Welcome to Mt San Jacinto Collegehttp://www.msjc.edu/PresidentsCorner/Pages/default.aspxPresident’s Corner Icebreaker 10 Things You Have in Common

    4. MSJC’s Mission Statement • Mt. San Jacinto College, a California Community College, offers accessible, innovative, comprehensive and quality educational programs and services to diverse, dynamic and growing communities both within and beyond traditional geographic boundaries. We support life-long learning and student success by utilizing proven educational methodologies as determined by collaborative institutional planning and assessment. To meet economic and workforce development needs, MSJC provides students with basic skills, general and career education that lead to transfer, associate degrees and certificates. Our commitment to student learning empowers students with the skills and knowledge needed to effect positive change and enhance the world in which we live.

    5. Why do you need a Mission Statement • A mission statement explains what you believe in and what you plan to accomplish; either as a person or as an organization

    6. Program for Athletic Student Success • Athletic Counselor- Jenn Burleson • Academic, Personal, and Career Counseling • CCCAA Athletic Eligibility/ NCAA/NAIA Rules and Regulations - Educational Planning for eligibility • Fall Athletic Forum • Student Athlete Scholars Program • Life Skills/ Tutoring/ Progress Checks/ Missed Class Letters • Student Athlete Summer Bridge • Counseling Classes • Student Athlete Learning Communities- CLASS

    7. Scavenger Hunt

    8. Day 2 • Ice Breaker- Meet and Greet

    9. Student Athlete Support Program Vision Statement The vision of the Student Athlete Support Program is to provide the necessary support to assist all student athletes in reaching their full potential academically and personally.  This proactive program motivates and assists student-athletes to make successful transitions to college life, achievement and maintaining a satisfactory level of academic performance.  The Student Athlete Support Program focuses on fostering the total development of student-athletes.

    10. http://www.msjc.edu/Athletics/StudentAthleteSupport/Pages/default.aspxhttp://www.msjc.edu/Athletics/StudentAthleteSupport/Pages/default.aspx

    11. Good Guys vs. Bad Guys What kind of experience are you going to have?

    12. Maurice Clarett • January 2002 -- Begins classes at Ohio State after graduating early from Harding. • Aug. 20 -- Clarett is listed as the starter at running back, the first time an OSU freshman has opened as the starter at the position since 1943. • Oct. 16 -- In a cover story in ESPN Magazine, Clarett says he has thought about leaving college early for the NFL. The magazine also features a picture of Clarett tossing aside his Ohio State jersey. • Oct. 30 -- Says he has received dozens of pieces of hate mail from Ohio State fans since the ESPN Magazine article. ESPN.com – Timeline: The rise and fall of Maurice Clarett

    13. Maurice Clarett • Jan. 3, 2003 -- Dives into the end zone on a 5-yard run, providing the winning score in a 31-24 double-overtime victory against Miami to give Ohio State its first national title in 34 years. • July 29 -- Ohio State confirms that the NCAA is investigating Clarett's claim that more than $10,000 in clothing, CDs, cash and stereo equipment was stolen in April from a 2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo that Clarett had borrowed from a local dealership. Clarett's attorney, Scott Schiff, later acknowledges many of the items belonged to the dealer, not Clarett, and that Clarett exaggerated the value of some items. In a statement, Clarett apologizes to his teammates and Ohio State for "any embarrassment this incident may have caused." Ohio State says Clarett will be held out of team activities "until and unless" his eligibility matters have been resolved. ESPN.com – Timeline: The rise and fall of Maurice Clarett

    14. Maurice Clarett • Sept. 9 -- Clarett charged with misdemeanor falsification for his claim to police in April that thousands of dollars in goods were stolen from the borrowed car. The charge carries a maximum penalty of six months in jail and $1,000 fine. • Sept. 10 –Clarett suspended for the season. • Sept. 23 – Clarett sues the NFL, challenging the rule that a player must be out of high school three years to be eligible for the draft. • January 14, 2004 – Pleads guilty in Franklin County Municipal Court to failure to aid a law enforcement officer, a lesser charge than lying on a police report. • May 24 – The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals formally rules against Clarett. He will have to wait for the 2005 draft to enter the NFL. • Nov. 9 – Alleges in an ESPN The Magazine article that coach Jim Tressel or his staff arranged for him to get passing grades, cars and money for bogus summer jobs. Geiger denies the allegations. ESPN.com – Timeline: The rise and fall of Maurice Clarett

    15. Maurice Clarett • April 23, 2005 –Chosen in third round of the NFL draft by the Denver Broncos. • Aug. 28 – Broncos cut Clarett. • January 1, 2006 – Accused of robbing two people at gunpoint in a alley behind a Columbus bar and is wanted by police on two counts of aggravated robbery. • Aug. 9 – Arrested after highway chase that police say started when he refused to pull over after a traffic violation. Police find three handguns and an AK-47 assault rifle inside the vehicle he was driving. • Sept. 18 – Agreed to plead guilty to aggravated robbery and carrying a concealed weapon. Will send him to prison for at least 3 ½ years. ESPN.com – Timeline: The rise and fall of Maurice Clarett

    16. Hollywood Henderson • 1975-A first-round draft pick by the Dallas Cowboys. • Played in three Super Bowls with the Cowboys. • 1978-All-Pro. • 1979-Cut by Dallas after administration found out about his cocaine addiction. • Nov. 2, 1983-Arrested and charged with one count of sexual assault and two counts of false imprisonment.

    17. Hollywood Henderson • Eastside Youth Services and Street Outreach, non-profit organization, built East Side Field at Yellow Jacket Stadium to give the youth of East Austin a top-quality place to play.  ESYSSO wants to give young people the chance to escape the destructive influence of the streets by providing the alternative of a deluxe playing field on which to practice and compete.    • In the early 70s, the space next to Anderson High School in East Austin was the football field for the school.  In the early 80s, the worst thing that could happen to a neighborhood unfolded.  The high school was closed and the core of the community fell with it. Upon returning to Austin, Thomas Henderson visited the old neighborhood and discovered that children were playing in the street and the young people were dying in the street.  He believed his calling was to repair a place to play and maybe a place for some young kid to follow in his footsteps. http://hollywoodhenderson.com/esysso/

    18. East Side Services & Youth Outreach • Our Purpose is to provide a successful athletic facility in the underserved Austin community and contribute to activities that share a similar mission of youth development through sports and drug-free health. Our Goals • To constantly create avenues for the East Austin community to support its endeavors through consistent communication and project success. • To strengthen the community by teaching it to appreciate the differences and remember the values that got us this far as a community, as family and as people. • To create an atmosphere of health, physical fitness, community and competition. • To unite people of different backgrounds and institutions of all kinds in a common effort to improve our communities. http://hollywoodhenderson.com/esysso/

    19. Shaun Alexander • 2005 NFL MVP • 2003, 2004, 2005 All-Pro selection. • 3/6/2006 Will be highest paid running back ever after signing 8-year, $62 million contract with the Seattle Seahawks. • Drafted by Seattle Seahawks with the 19th pick in the first round of the 2000 NFL draft. • Alabama’s all-time rushing leader, with 3,565 yards (4.9 avg.) in four seasons. • Earned a degree in Marketing in 1999 and is pursuing a second undergraduate degree in Advertising. • Academic All-SEC as a senior. http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2356981

    20. Shaun Alexander “Even though I was doin' high school and havin‘ these great games -- four and five touchdowns and 300 yards and things like that -- I had these people around me sayin,' like, 'You know what? This is a gift from God. He's given you many gifts, and one of them is that you play football better than a lot of people do other stuff.' You know what I mean?” "I was like, 'OK. That's cool. I'm supposed to use this gift.' So that was kind of the driving force. 'OK. I've got this gift.' That drove me. 'Hey, get better! You've already got this great gift, now get better! Learn how to master it.' And that's what I've been on the chase for ever since." www.shaunalexander.org

    21. The Shaun Alexander Foundation Today’s young men are following the wrong role models. Many young men want to look toward their father as a role model in their life, but a plague haunting millions of children in the United States is becoming more and more common in our society: over 40% of the children in the United States do not live with their father. Whether it is through divorce, deadbeat dads, births out of wedlock, or workaholic fathers, many children do not have a male role model or mentor as a part of their day to day life. Mission Statement The Shaun Alexander Foundation’s mission is to empower young men through education, athletics, character programs, and leadership training; inspiring them to reach their full potential as the mentors and role models for the next generation. www.shaunalexander.org

    22. Club 37 • What is Club 37? • The Club 37 Mentoring Program is a national program which allows young men from each state to mentor and teach other young men who are in need of direction or a role model in their life. Soon, thousands of young men will have mentors in each state, creating a movement of young men who have goals, integrity, accountability, and responsibility; gradually changing a generation. www.shaunalexander.org

    23. California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) • Formally the Commission On Athletics (COA) • Commissioner: Carlyle Carter Sacramento, CA • -112 Community Colleges • - COA Board: 12 College Presidents • - Management Council: 44 Members (AD’s, Trainers, Academic Counselors, SID’s, Eligibility Clerks, Sports Coaches Associations, Student Athletes, group of commissioners from each conference) • - 713 Community Colleges in Country

    24. Athletic Eligibility • Minimum of 12 units during season of competition - Activeenrollment: currently enrolled and attending classes • If drop below 12 units, IMMEDIATELY INELIGIBLE • 2nd Season: Pass 24 units between seasons and have a 2.0, not all units have to be taken at this campus. • Ex #1: FA 12- pass 15 units SP 13- pass 12 units= 15+12= 27 units w/ 2.0 GPA ELIGIBLE • Ex #2: FA 12- pass 9 units SP 13- pass 12 units= 9+12= 21 units w/ 2.0 GPA INELIGIBLE • NEED 3 units in SU 13 to be eligible.

    25. Athletic Eligibility (Cont.) • 2.0 Rule starts when you participate in any sport at any school (actual game.) • 9 of 12 units have to be ACADEMIC units, any class leading toward your academic goal. • Transfer residency requirement from California community college: 12 units on campus, 8 can count in summer. If the student attended another community college but did not participate during the season, then the student is immediately eligible.

    26. CCCAA Athletic Eligibility Review Must participate. • Who creates an educational plan with student athletes to meet athletic eligibility requirements? • Jenn Burleson- Athletic Counselor • How many units are required for a student athletes to be enrolled in during season of competition? • 12 units

    27. CCCAA Athletic Eligibility Review • What is active enrollment? • When a student is enrolled and attending classes-already started • How many units are required to be completed by the second season of competition? • 24 units • What is the overall GPA requirement by the second season of competition? • 2.0

    28. What is the NCAA? • National Colligate Athletic Association • Useful websites: • www.ncaa.org • www.ncaasports.com

    29. NCAA Division I • NCAA Division I -5 years to play 4 years • - Any time in school one day and attend class you have triggered your 5 year clock- initial eligibility. • - 5 Exceptions: military service, 1 time pregnancy exception, religious mission, medical redshirt, Olympic redshirt.

    30. NCAA Division II • -10 semester/ 15 quarter- full-time eligibility clock • - Any time enrolled full-time in school that burns one semester / quarter of their eligibility, clock stops if enrolled in school part-time. • NCAA Division III- same clock as Division II • NAIA- same clock as Division II

    31. What is the NCAA Eligibility Center? • The NCAA Eligibility Center (formerly the NCAA Clearinghouse), located in Iowa City, Iowa, is the organization that handles ALL inquiries regarding an individual's initial eligibility status. The Clearinghouse operates a separate Web site at https://web1.ncaa.org/eligibilitycenter/student/index_student.html which maintains and processes all of the initial-eligibility certifications

    32. Division I :16 Core Courses • 4 years of English • 3 years of mathematics (Algebra I or higher) • 2 years of natural/physical science (1 year of lab) • 1 year of additional English, mathematics or natural/physical science • 2 years of social science • 4 years of additional courses (from any area above, foreign language or nondoctrinal religion/philosophy) • See handout for sliding scale (GPA/SAT-ACT, verbal and math sections only)

    33. New sliding scale for DI • Initial requirements are increasing for students starting 4-year college Aug. 2016 (impacts HS freshmen Fall 2012) • Must complete 10 core courses before senior year • 7 of 10 must be Math, English, and Science. • Sliding scale changed to min. GPA of 2.3

    34. NCAA FRESHMAN-ELIGIBILITY STANDARDS QUICK REFERENCE SHEET

    35. Division II :14 Core Courses • 3 years of English • 2 years of mathematics (Algebra I or higher) • 2 years of natural/physical science (1 year of lab) • 2 years of additional English, mathematics or natural/physical science • 2 years of social science • 3 years of additional courses (from any area above, foreign language or nondoctrinal religion/philosophy) • No sliding scale, need a minimum of 820 (combined Verbal and Quantitative) on SAT or 68 on ACT

    36. NEW Core Course Requirements – Div II • 16 Core Courses (Freshman Class of 2013)3 years of English • 2 years of math (Algebra I or higher) • 2 years of natural/physical science • 3 years of additional English, math, or natural/physical science • 2 years of social science • 4 years of additional courses from any area above, foreign language or comparative religion/philosophy • No sliding scale, need a minimum of 820 (combined Verbal and Quantitative) on SAT or 68 on ACT

    37. NCAA Division III Requirements • Division III institutions do not require registration with the Eligibility Center • Contact Div III college or university for details on admission requirements, financial aid, practice & competition

    38. Qualifier • Graduated High School • Successfully completed core curriculum - 16 core courses • Met specified GPA in core classes and met specified minimum SAT/ACT score • Student may practice, play, and receive financial aid initially out of high school at a 4-year university

    39. Non-Qualifier • Not graduated from high school, or • Not earned the GPA in core curriculum or SAT/ACT score required to qualify • Cannot practice, play, or receive financial aid for one academic year after high school at a 4 year university

    40. Qualifiers vs. Non-Qualifiers at the Community College- 2-4 Transfers QUALIFIER: Division I: You can be recruited after 1 full-time semester Must average 12 transferable credits per full-time term Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.00 New GPA as of Aug. 1st 2012-2.5 No more than 2 PE activity units may be applied towards the transferable unit count and GPA Division II: You can be recruited after 1 full-time semester Earn an Associate of Arts degree, OR Average 12 transferable units per full-time term EX. 3 semesters = 36 units Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.00 D2 has a task force in place to look at changing requirements to look like D1 Division III: Must have been considered academically and athletically eligible if you stayed at your two-year school

    41. Qualifiers vs. Non-Qualifiers at the Community College- 2-4 Transfers (Continued) NON-QUALIFIER: Division I: Complete a minimum of 3 semesters (summer doesn't count) Earn an Associate of Arts or Science degree Earn a minimum of 48 transferable units Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.00 NEW GPA 2.5, 6 units of transferable English, 3 units transferableMath, and 3 units of Science. Division II: Complete 2 full-time semesters and Earn an Associate of Arts degree, OR Average 12 transferable units per full-time term Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.00 plus 6 units of English, 3 units of transferable math. Division III: Must have been considered academically and athletically eligible if you stayed at your two-year school

    42. Qualifiers/Non-Qualifiers- 4-2-4 Transfers Division I: All 4-2-4 transfers • Obtain an Associate of Arts or Science degree • Complete 24 transferable units • 2.00 GPA in the transferable units • 1 calendar year must have elapsed after leaving four-year institution • Exception: Return to original 4-year institution and determined eligible

    43. Qualifiers/Non-Qualifiers-4-2-4 Transfers Division II: • Attended two-year institution for 1 full-time semester • 2.00 GPA • Earn an Associate of Arts degree OR average 12 transferable units per full-time term

    44. Initial-Eligibility Overview: Amateurism • Update athletics participation information often, especially if participating in events outside of the normal high school season (i.e. Club sports) • Meet often with HS counselor, to ensure protecting amateurism AND meeting core-course requirements • Stay college eligible – Always Ask Before You Act!

    45. Email & password