Nebraska Panhandle Youth Leadership Day
March 13 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm MDT| $300.00
8:00 – 8:10 Welcome and Introductions of Sessions, Presenters, Topics
Expectations for the day
8:10 – 9:10 Keynote Speaker- Brandon Bair (Former NFL Player)
9:25 – 11:30 Session Presentations
11:30 – 12:15 Lunch
12:20 – 1:55 Session Presentations
2:00 – 2:45 Keynote Speaker- Cory Fehringer (WNCC Men’s Basketball)
2:50 – 3:00 Closing Remarks and Thank You To All Involved
Presenters and Sessions:
*Brandon Bair- Former NFL Player – Leadership
*Cory Fehringer/Roybell Baez-WNCC Men’s Basketball – Team Building
*Monica Shambaugh-NE Dept. Education/ State Patrol – Today’s Cyber-World, Cyberbullying
*Chuck Elley-NE Dept. of Education/ State Patrol – Drugs & Chemical Education
*Jerry Mack/Craig Nobling-Chadron High School – Leadership
All schools are encouraged to bring at least 10 students to the Leadership Day. The registration fee is $300 regardless of the amount of students that a school brings.
Contact Lanette: 308.635.6162
Brandon Bair has recently retired from the NFL after spending time with the Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders, and his final three years with the Philadelphia Eagles as a defensive end. While with the eagles he was a team captain and appeared in 21 games and even experiencing his first start in the NFL.
Bair is a graduate of South Fremont High School and a St. Anthony, Idaho native. He graduated with a degree in economics and played football for the University of Oregon. During his four seasons for the Ducks, he never missed a game. His Final season with the Ducks, Bair had 25.5 tackles-for-loss, five sacks and 12 passes defended. Bair also scored a two-point conversion against USC and Started in a National Championship game vs Auburn. Along with being a team captain, Bair was named to the 2nd team All-Pac 10 in 2009 and 2010.
Bair now devotes his time speaking with students, athletes, Coaches, and businesses around the world. Both on his own and for an organization called the Human Performance Project that aims to inspire and improve one’s performance by improving their lifestyle. Bair believes that while sports are not for everyone, the lessons that he has learned from his unique journey can benefited the lives of those he shares them with.