INTERNATIONAL BOWLING CAMPUS YOUTH DEVELOPMENT GOING BACK TO SCHOOL
Corey Robinson Hired to Manage In-School Bowler's Ed Program
ARLINGTON, Texas - The International Bowling Campus Youth Development Department announced Corey Robinson has been hired as the new Bowler's Ed brand manager. Robinson will be helping centers get involved with their local schools to bring an In-School bowling program to the classroom or gym.
"Corey is a perfect fit to work with educators at all grade levels," said Chad Murphy, director of Youth Development at the International Bowling Campus in Arlington, Texas. "His education and athletic background meld perfectly into his new position working with educators and bowling proprietors."
Robinson comes to his new position after spending the past 13 years as an educator and football coach from the junior high level to the Division I collegiate level. His most recent stop was at Hutchinson Community College in Kansas where he was the associate head coach and co-offensive coordinator, as well as the academic coordinator for football. He received his B.S. in social work at Western New Mexico University and his Master's in education and athletic administration from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. A veteran of the U.S. Army, Robinson served in Desert Storm and received the U.S. Army Commendation Medal.
The Bowler's Ed program is designed to introduce children to bowling in the classroom. Teachers have access to a free step-by-step curriculum, a video explaining the fundamentals of bowling, and special discounts for equipment. The program helps proprietors in developing partnerships with their schools to determine what the center can offer the school, shows how to set up workshops to explain the program, how to implement the program in the school and tracking the success of the program.
Proprietors can get all the tools needed to develop partnerships with schools in their area at the all new Youth Resource Center at BPAA.com/resourcecenter.