Hardin wins Challenge
Brady Hardin, an assistant girls basketball and soccer coach at Poteau, was awarded a prize from the Oklahoma Coaches Mentoring Challenge.
The Challenge is a coach-led, statewide call for more Oklahomans to become youth mentors locally. Hardin won a team-autographed OKC Energy FC soccer ball, a drawing item from the fifth and final Oklahoma Coaches Mentoring Challenge.
Launched in 2014, this coach-led, statewide campaign calls for Oklahomans to become youth mentors locally. As a natural and group mentor, Hardin sees the academic, social, emotional and economic results of mentoring.
In towns around the state, Oklahoma coaches see youths who can benefit from a mentor. In 2017-18, 800 coaches supported this call for more mentors. Results for the 2018-19 challenge will be released soon.
The Oklahoma Coaches Mentoring Challenge is sponsored by the Boren Mentoring Initiative, a program of the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence. The Boren Mentoring Initiative offers free consulting to begin or strengthen mentoring programs. Mentoring is workforce and quality of life development.
More information can be seen at okcoacheschallenge.org.
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