Facilitated by Her Next Play in partnership with Premier Sport Psychology
South St. Paul High School Girls Hockey Program
November - Your Superpower!
December - Playing Bold: Building a Resilient Mindset
January - Confident Communication Skills
February - Building Your Team to DREAM BIG
CAN: Health & Wellness after Competitive Sports
Prioritizing your health and wellness is critical to your professional development. At this Career Accelerator Network event, try a new MOJO workout experience at mXe Movement Studio and hear from Allison Mosso, an expert in intuitive eating. Learn more about taking care of your health and wellness with other athletes.
Redefining Strong author Courtney Place is going to schools for book readings and discussions with elementary and middle school kids. The book follows five female collegiate athletes and the obstacles they faced in their careers. Contact us if you are interested!
SEE US Program Workshops
SEE US is traveling to schools, clubs, and teams to educate female athletes with interactive workshops. The workshop discusses the common problems that female athletes face and what to do when they occur.
CAN: Building Your Team
Your teammates have always been a critical part of your success. As you transition to the world of work, learn how to build a new team and professional network as you launch your career. Learn strategies to build relationships with mentors, sponsors, professional contacts, peers, and new friends to create the support system you need to grow your career.
CAN: Breaking in and Moving Up in the Sports Industry
Interested in working in sports? Hear from women leaders who have broken into the local sports industry on what it takes to stand out and break in.
CAN: Financial Power Playbook for Athletes
Learn how to make the right plays to build your financial power. Find out the inside scoop on paying off student loans and investing in your early career. Know your value in the workplace and learn how to maximize your salary and benefits through strong negotiation strategies.
CAN: Career Readiness Boot Camp- State of Hockey
Who? Women’s College Hockey Players from Minnesota (Classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022)
What? Career Readiness Boot Camp. Three days of intense career readiness preparation. Training on making your pitch, interview skills, resume building, LinkedIn, and networking. Opportunities to hear from former hockey players about their careers. Visits to a cross section of Twin Cities companies.
Where? Hosted by top Twin Cities companies and sports organizations
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Communicating with Confidence Workshop: Edina Dance Team
November 9, 2019
Her Next Play and the Edina Dance Team had a day filled with interactive activities, building confidence, and practicing communication skills. There were more than 40 attendees and the girls showed significant improvement in their confidence and communication skills.
A Conversation with Figure Skating Champion Surya Bonaly and Sports Commentator Lea B. Olsen
November 2, 2019
Her Next Play joined Rethink the Win for an up close and personal talk with former figure skater and special guest Surya Bonaly. Surya is the five-time European champion, nine-time French champion, and three-time World silver medalist. She is the only figure skater to land a backflip in Olympic competition.
CAN: Pivot Play- Transitioning from Sport to Career
October 24, 2019
The HNP Varsity Board hosted their first Career Accelerator Network Event. Over 50 former and current female athletes came to hear from a panel of powerful women leaders and former athletes who have successfully made the transition from sport to career.
The HNP JV Board set out to help their peers recognize the life skills learned through athletics and inspire girls to stay in sports. 130 middle school girls participated in a day full of yoga, mental skills training, soccer, nutrition advice, photo booth fun, and learnings from an Elite Athlete Panel.
98% said they learned skills that they can use in sports & life
97% reported feeling more confident about taking risks and playing bold
99% said they felt inspired to stay in sports
This event was made possible by our generous Sponsors: Edina Community Foundation, Edina Girls Athletic Association, Twin Cities Orthopedics and University of Minnesota Physicians. As well as our wonderful Partners: Inspired Athletx, Premier Sports Psychology, Life Time Sport, Positive Coaching Alliance, Rethink the Win, Braemar, Physical Culture, Barilla, Stephanie May Potter, and Edina Soccer Association.
Middle School girls are dropping out of sports at twice the rate of boys. Many girls drop out because they don't believe they'll have the opportunity to compete in high school. At the She Can Play event, parents got the inside scoop on the many athletic opportunities for girls from Edina High School Administrators and Coaches. This informative and insightful evening was made possible due to the generosity of our partner The Riveter and dozens of EHS coaches and administrators.
We love TrackGirlz and everything they are doing to empower young women through sisterhood and fitness. Founder and Olympian Mechelle Freeman led nearly 75 girls through an inspiring day of pilates, soccer and of course running! Her Next Play joined in and led interactive empowerment sessions to teach girls the importance of body language and how to communicate with confidence.
Congratulations to all the powerful athletes that completed this year’s Physical Culture Triathlon. This community event celebrated Physical Cultures's Community and raised funds in support of Her Next Play. Together we are building the next generation of women leaders!
Over 350 women coaches attended the 2019 Tucker Center Women Coaches Symposium for a day of professional development at the University of Minnesota. Her Next Play facilitated a break-out session for student athletes titled Your Next Play: Confidently Transitioning from Sport to Career. During this interactive session, students learned how to identify and articulate their transferable skills learned as an athlete, and reflect on the strength that differentiates and drives success. Through engaging exercises, they practiced how to confidently tell their story and market their skills to employers.