Presentations and Q&A for parents with youth sport experts, including Dr. Dan Gould, Director of the Institute for the Study of Youth Sport & Robin Vanderkaay, mother and biggest fan of four-time Olympic medalist, Peter Vanderkaay
Topics discussed included: tips to building a true sport culture, selecting the right program for your child, maintaining sport-life balance, specialization and more
Special door prizes of autographed Penn State sport memorabilia
Goodie bags for families
Tips and resources to share with your sports community
* All Penn State youth programs have policies in place to ensure that the safety of youth participating in our programs is not compromised. To meet this goal, during the interactive event for minors, all minors must be chaperoned by a parent or guardian. No parent/guardian may chaperone more then 10 minors. The parent/guardian must remain with the minors at all times. Any minor without a parent/guardian or any groups with more then 10 minors for each chaperone will not be allowed to participate in the event.
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Who We Are
A culture of TrueSport is defined by five core values: integrity, respect, teamwork, responsibility, and courage. We aim to catalyze parents, coaches and youth athletes to uphold the ideals of a TrueSport culture and help sport live up to its full potential.
TrueSport is a community-based movement that champions the positive values and life lessons learned through sport. We are on a mission to ignite a culture of TrueSport. We are tackling the values crisis in youth sport with unique-community-based programs. Last year TrueSport reached 1.3 million people. Join us!
Meet Our Guests
We were honored to have the following experts as part of TrueSport U.