We offer a space for community to gather and grow.
At the Center, we believe that a community can be built and strengthened through sport and athletics. The Center works with many local organizations across the Puget Sound area to improve the physical literacy and activity of our youth and community, as well as to provide training and support for the coaching community. Take a look around and see how we may be able to help you or your organization. If you have any questions, please contact Alexis Glowka at email@example.com.
Are you an organizational sport leader in King County looking to connect with UW and the Center?
- Explore our community partnerships with sport-based youth development organizations in the greater Seattle area and check out Project Play: King County, a current initiative we are driving with some outstanding partners.
Are you a member of the local community and what to be involved in the efforts to increase the physical literacy and activity of King County youth?
- Check out Project Play: King County, in conjunction with King County Parks, the Center is leading efforts to bring Project Play, a national initiative of the Aspen Institute, to King County.
Are you with a team or sport organization that is interested in professional development training?
- Be sure to explore our professional development opportunities and feel free to contact the Center (206.685.4926) to learn more and discuss your needs.
Do you identify as a female coach, or are a female that is interested in getting into coaching?
- The Center is committed to encouraging and supporting women, and those that self-identify as female, in the coaching field which is why we created our “We are Game Changers” series. Check out our “We are Game Changers” resources and upcoming trainings to better your coaching skills.