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Class Outside Series

CAREER DAY

Recommended for middle, high school and early college students.

This presentation includes speakers from several areas in the sports industry. Speakers provide their own personal testimony of education, experience and career.   Careers covering: marketing, sales, media relations, park operations, broadcasting, community relations and more. Stay in the game by learning several career sports, besides being an athlete.

MATH DAY

Recommended for middle and early high schools students.

This presentation is hosted by local math teachers, MLB analyst and others. The program covers the elements of math and how it is applied in baseball, such as: geometry, ratios, formulas, statistics, algebra and saber metrics.

WEATHER DAY

Recommended for elementary and middle school students.

This presentation is hosted by FOX-2 Weather Authority and the Toledo Science Center.   The program displays science experiments and task such as: how clouds are made, how to create a rocket, anemometers, barometers and others. It is a fun, on-site display of science, weather and baseball.

JOURNALISM DAY

Recommended for middle, high school and early college students.

The presentation includes speakers from several areas of journalism. Speakers provide their own personal testimony in education, experience and career.   Students will hear about the art of sports storytelling and how the news is released across multiple platforms. Areas of specialty: print media, photo journalism, social media and radio-television sports journalism.
 

For information or questions, please contact Corey Bell at 313-471-2361 or via email at corey.bell@tigers.com.

Class Outside Returns in 2018