Summer Youth Volleyball Camps in Rocklin
ROCKLIN, Calif., - William Jessup University's Volleyball program will host three summer volleyball camps for girls and boys grades sixth through twelfth beginning in June.
The camps will provide four days of fun and fundamental volleyball instruction delivered by collegiate coaches and athletes. All camps are designed to develop fundamental volleyball skills and character values for the youth that attend.
"It is very exciting to be able to provide quality individual instruction to young people and ultimately improve their volleyball skills," said Jamie Ingram, Jessup's head women's volleyball coach.
Ingram comes to the Warriors after spending the last four years working as the head girl's volleyball coach at Granite Bay High School. She also coached at the collegiate level serving as head coach at Ohlone College from 2005-07 and Cal State University-East Bay from 2003-05.
Camps will be held in the new gymnasium at the growing university. For more information on specific camp sessions or to register for a camp, visit www.jessupathletics.com/f/Camps.php or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
All campers will receive a camp T-shirt.
"We run a very fun, instructional volleyball camp for young people with various skill levels and are looking forward to some great weeks of camp," Ingram added.
WJU volleyball camps are not affiliated with any school district and are non-profit.
About William Jessup University
Founded in 1939 by William Jessup, the University moved to Rocklin, California, in August 2004. WJU is the first and only WASC accredited private four-year university to have its main campus located in the greater Sacramento area, offering degrees in many different disciplines, including Biology, Business Administration, Family & Children's Ministry, English, History, Intercultural Studies, Liberal Studies (Teacher Education), Math, Music, Pastoral Ministry, Psychology, Public Policy and Youth Ministry. Anticipated majors include fields in Creative Arts (Fall 2013). WJU also offers a School of Professional Studies (SPS) at its campuses in Rocklin and San Jose. Program concentrations include Business Administration, Christian Leadership, Counseling Psychology, Organizational Leadership, and a Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Credential Program. For more information, please visit www.jessup.edu or call (916) 577-2200.
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