Workshops are a method to train coaches, event supervisors, volunteers, and more. These sessions could cover a variety of topics including: how to prepare for events, how to run events, how to fund and manage a team, or how to get involved in Science Olympiad. Michigan Science Olympiad hosts an annual coaches workshop in the Fall, and some regions offer similar opportunities (for everyone) as well. Inquire with your regional director if there are other upcoming events specific to your region.
2018-2019 MiSO Coaches Workshop – Michigan State University
Date: Saturday, December 1, 2018
Location: Biomedical and Physical Sciences Building, Michigan State University
567 Wilson Rd, East Lansing, MI 48824
Online registration is closed. Walk-ins will be accepted the day of the workshop for $50 (no lunch, cash or check only).
This year, we have attracted National event supervisors and experts in the events, to showcase the new events and provide coaching tips, content information and hands on learning. Come experience this new format and take away a wealth of information on successfully coaching your team. The workshop will help you prepare your teams for regional and state competitions. New head coaches are invited to a detailed session on starting a team and competing in all events. Lunch is included in the fee (if registering online before the event). The workshop is geared toward adult coaches, not students.
- Final Workshop Schedule (updated 11/30/2018)
- Parking and Map
- Coaches are encouraged to bring laptops for accessing resources, computer events and protein modeling workshop.
- Division B Resources
- Division C Resources
If you have paid by check, please contact the organizers @ email@example.com.
Note: You may register multiple people for the workshop in the same order. Fill out the form below and click register for each person. The fields will not clear after each person is added to the cart, so you only have to modify the information that is different. Before checkout, look at your cart to ensure each person and their preferences were added correctly.