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University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- National Youth Sports Program

Summer Youth Program (Boys and Girls, Ages 10-16)

View the CBC Schedule.
View the McDermott Sports Activity Schedule.
June 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28
July 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

University of Nevada, Las Vegas (Classroom Building Complex), Educational classes, cultural enrichment classes are conducted in Holbert Hendrix Auditorium 105, CEB 207, 210, 214 and 220. Sports Instruction is conducted in the McDermott Facilities and lunch is served in the UNLV Dining Commons. View the schedule for activities conducted in the CBC Building. View the McDermott Sports Activity Schedule.

How can I join?
Sign up early!

1. Obtain the registration packet from Dr. Troutman's office at UNLV in the Carlson Education Building Room 306 or download the information.
Please note Registration and NYSP physical examinations are given on Saturday, May 25, 2013, 8:30 a.m.- 2:30 p.m. at the
Martin Luther King Family Health Center
1799 Mariah Street
Las Vegas, Nevada 89106
2. Complete the NYSP registration application and application consent forms and medical examination record. The medical examination record must be completed by a physician.
3. Return the NYSP application, two application consent forms and medical examination record to
Dr. Porter L.Troutman Jr., UNLV,
College of Education,
Carlson Education Building, Room 306 or 399G
4505 S. Maryland Parkway
Las Vegas, Nevada 89154-3005

Participants with preexisting medical conditions must consult with your family physician for physical examination. You must complete the NYSP registration application and application consent forms and medical examination before you are accepted in the program. A parent or guardian must accompany each enrollee. Examinations after May 25, will be the parent/guardian's responsibility.

How will I get to the University?
Transportation will be provided from designated areas (see bus schedule).

What benefits are available?
1. NYSP T-shirt
2. Daily USDA-approved meals
3. Medical examination
4. Accident medical insurance
5. Free transportation
6. Interaction with college students and staff

What kind of activities are offered?
Education activities include:
Positive Action, Alcohol and Other drug Abuse Prevention, Bullying, Nutrition and Personal Health, Career Opportunties and job Responsibilities, Higher education, Community concerns, Math /Sciences instruction, Life skills, Conflict resolution, Diversity, STEM (Science Math Technology Engineering) Mentoring and Family issues, SuccessMaker (Literacy Math and Science).

Sports activities include:
Swimming and a variety of other sports which include basketball, football (touch or flag), softball, tennis, soccer, volleyball, dance aerobics, and racquetball.



Dr. Porter L. Troutman, Jr. - 702-895-3369