Yesterday students heard from Richmond Football Club president and Richmond Institute Ambassador, Peggy O’Neal. Peggy provided insight into the role of a president and the board within the Club. Thank you so much for your time Peggy.
Monday’s are good when you have Richmond Institute Ambassador and National Coach of Australian Diamonds Lisa Alexander come in! So insightful to hear about her high performance holistic coaching approach.
Students came together to help collect much needed donations for the Clubs preferred charity partner, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation at this years dedicated match against Collingwood. The leading national charity working to protect children from the effects of violence, bullying and cyber risks, as well as advocating for the safety and wellbeing of children. Such...
Job preparation is an important element for the Richmond Institute students. Thank you to Kathryn Stevenson, People and Culture Coordinator from the Club for coming and speaking to our students about becoming job ready!
In partnership with Swinburne University of Technology, our Richmond Institute of Sports Leadership students are exposed to industry leading professionals. This week students learnt from Australian Winter Olympics gold medalist Lydia Lassila. A five-time Winter Olympian, Lassila held a lecture, followed by practical and meditation sessions.
A photo with Richmond's 2018 team is one of the unique opportunities on offer with the Richmond Institute of Sports Leadership. This year's cohort had the chance to feature in an official team photo with the Tigers' 2018 team. Students also participate in game-day activities, such as assisting at the Club's membership hub.
Students heard from Matt and Robyn Cronin, the parents of Pat Cronin who was tragically killed in a one punch attack in 2016. The Pat Cronin Foundation was established with the aim to end the coward punch through education and awareness. Students were moved to hear from you both Matt and Robyn and we all...
As part of National Reconciliation Week and Sir Doug Nicholls Indigenous round our students heard from the Korin Gamadji Institite about the past, present and future of the program and the significance and history of the round.