Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship Finalists
On December 15th, Matthew Bejian and Alyssa Raskind of Needham High School will be recognized as finalists of the Positive Coaching Alliance’s Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship. Awards are based on essays by students explaining how they represent the ideal of the Triple Impact Competitor: makes oneself better (Personal Mastery); makes teammates better (Leadership); and makes the sport better (Honoring the Game). Positive Coaching Alliance is an active partner of Needham High School and Needham Soccer Club, providing training for volunteer and professional coaches in the community for the past two years.
Matthew and Alyssa, along with 18 other Boston-area finalists will be celebrated at the Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship Awards Ceremony on Saturday, December 15 at the EMC Club at Fenway Park. Representatives from Positive Coaching Alliance will announce ten, $2,000, scholarship recipients during the event.
Positive Coaching Alliance is a national nonprofit organization committed to providing all youth and high school athletes a positive, character-building youth sports experience. PCA reaches youth and high school sport leaders, coaches, athletes, parents, and officials through live workshops, online courses, published books and articles, and a series of alliances with nationally-recognized coaches, athletes, academicians, businesses and national youth sports organizations.