This award is meant to encourage and support those seeking sustained improvements for minorities in the field of collegiate recreation. Nominations are due by Monday, December 10.
Join us in historic Prairie View, Texas as one of the country’s first Historically Black Colleges and Universities acts as host to the 2019 Emerging Recreational Sports Leaders Conference! Registration is now open.
The 2019 Emerging Recreational Sports Leaders Conference Program Committee is now accepting presentation proposals! So submit yours by Monday, December 17!
The 2018 Emerging Recreational Sports Leaders Conference Program Committee has decided to create a phone interview environment at the conference for attendees.
The 2018 Emerging Recreational Sports Leaders Conference—which provides minority students interested in careers in collegiate recreation with the tools and connections they need to succeed—has two exciting preconference opportunities for interested attendees!
The 2018 Emerging Recreational Sports Leader’s Conference will make its way to the campus of Florida International University in the sunny Biscayne Bay area January 18–20.
The 2017 ERSLC marked the 25th anniversary of the conference that started out as the Emerging Minority Leaders Workshop. Attendees descended on Jackson State University’s Walter Payton Center for the three-day conference.
Students and young professionals, the 2017 ERSL Conference is for you! Don’t miss this opportunity to listen, discuss, and engage with peers as well as some of the most dedicated professionals in collegiate recreation!
By Ashley Dent, Assistant Director of Recreation Facilities at Florida International University
This past February, The University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg hosted the 24th annual Emerging Recreational Sports Leaders Conference. The conference—a student-centric event—was attended by over 150 professionals and students from over 40 different colleges and universities across the country. The conference’s […]