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Grand Valley State University (Criminal Justice)
Walden University (Master's)
Capella University (Master's)
I have worked in law enforcement for 22 years. I have worked as a Master Trainer in that capacity for 15 years. I have coached Football, Basketball, and Baseball at every level possible. I began coaching Freshman baseball and basketball in 1994. Since that time I have coached Junior Varsity Football and Baseball. I have also coached Varsity baseball. I was the coach and founder of a successful AAU Basketball team in the Saginaw Michigan area for 7 years. I am passionate about coaching sports. When athletic competition is approached correctly the experience is rewarding for the coach. It also enables the athlete to improve their skill level as well as builds character, confidence, respect, and has fun along the way.
I have worked for the Government in the law enforcement field since 1994. I have taught criminal justice, criminal law, psychology/criminology and sociology courses at the community college level for 10 years.
I played two college sports. I have coached every level (youth, middle school,AAU, Freshman, JV, and Varsity) of three primary sports (football, baseball, and basketball) during my 22 years of coaching athletics.
I will complete my Master's Degree of Educational Psychology in July 2016. I understand the mental/emotional side of effective coaching as well as the physical skills and techniques needed to help and athlete be successful. I have worked in law enforcement for 22 years. I have worked as a Master Trainer in that capacity for 15 years. I have coached Football, Basketball, and … Read more
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