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A Case Study Analysis of the Fiesta Bowl Youth Football Clinic and Kaboom Playground Build

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dc.contributor.advisor Atwater, Christopher Riley, Haley
dc.creator Riley, Haley 2017-08-04 2017-12-21T20:13:31Z 2017-12-21T20:13:31Z
dc.identifier doi:10.13021/G8Z972
dc.description.abstract This project served as a case study of community programs currently hosted by the Fiesta Bowl Organization, in Phoenix, Arizona. The first program studied was the Youth Football Clinic, which is a collaborative effort hosted annually in October alongside Positive Coaching Alliance, Boys and Girls Club of Metro Phoenix and Special Olympics. The second program studied was the Kaboom! Playground Build, which takes place annually through a local partnership with the City of Phoenix and a corporate partner who underwrites a portion of the project, and is subject to change year to year. In the process of researching this topic and conducting the case study, the author visited each of the programs, participated as a volunteer and surveyed local participants. This project was designed to serve as a resource for the Fiesta Bowl organization, as well as other non-profits that seek community partnerships to fund similar programs.
dc.language.iso en
dc.subject youth sport en_US
dc.subject volunteerism en_US
dc.subject sport en_US
dc.subject non-profit programs en_US
dc.title A Case Study Analysis of the Fiesta Bowl Youth Football Clinic and Kaboom Playground Build
dc.type Thesis Master of Science in Sport and Recreation Studies en_US Master's Sport and Recreation Studies George Mason University

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