Meyer Selected to CHAMPS/Life Skills Team

July 16, 1999

LARAMIE, Wyo. -

University of Wyoming associate academic counselor Jeff Meyer has been selected to participate on the 1999-2000 CHAMPS/Life Skills Program Advisory Team.

The CHAMPS/Life Skills Program advisory team was created to help with programming initiative and planning for the annual Orientation and Continuing Education Conference. They also oversee an assessment and evaluation process, along with refining mission, vision, and values statements as needed. The eight-member team is made up of a diverse group of coordinators representing all NCAA divisions from different regions of the country.

The education outreach mission of the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program is to provide services and support to the membership, public, and media to develop and enhance the life of a student-athlete through educational programs and resources focusing on gender equity, student-athlete welfare, and life skills. The CHAMPS/Life Skills Program is supported through the promotional and financial efforts of the NCAA Foundation, the NCAA and the Division I-A Athletic Directors Association.

Meyer and the other members of the advisory team will meet several times over the year in order to prepare for next years NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills Convention to be held in Clearwater, Fla. on Feb. 5-8.