Next Level Beyond, in conjunction with 4th and Long, will host the Young Lives Matter Community Football and Life Skills Camp on Feb. 24 at All Star Sports Arena, 577 Ridge Road, Rochester.
The camp is designed to unite youth in the Rochester community and help mold them into successful individuals. Philadelphia Eagles tight end Trey Burton and Denver Broncos linebacker Quentin Gause will assist with training and development.
“NLB strives to help students stand out from their peers, and believes that this opportunity can have a multiplying effect that will extend beyond their participation in the camp,” Gause said. “This opportunity will change the lives of participants in their teams, schools and neighborhoods, where students demonstrate leadership on a day-to-day basis. We will have different courses offered during camp such as financial literacy, NCAA compliance and entrepreneurial courses. Our goal for the kids and parents is to have them leave with a better understanding and more knowledge than they came in with.”
The camp will be separated in two sessions determined by grade. The youth session, grades 3-7, will run from 8 to 10:30 a.m., and the high school session, grades 8-12, will run from 10 a.m. to noon.
Attendees will have the opportunity to be trained by a team of coaches who have led athletes from the Rochester area to Division 1 schools and the NFL.
Registration costs $55. Each participant will receive a T-shirt.
For information, visit nextlevelbeyond.org.