21st Century Workplace Skills Blog

Hofstra Summer Camp Programs Team Up to Play Ball

Guest Post By: Tyler Tine, Intern Pitchers rolled down their sleeves and got to work at Hofstra’s New York Baseball Academy. The pitchers teamed up with Hofstra Summer Camp’s Biomechanical Programming and Data Analysis program to try on their biomechanical pitching sleeves, which detect arm motion and helps prevent injuries that could lead to Tommy… Read more »


John Habyan and Keith Osik Teach Youth the Game of Baseball at NYBA

Guest Post By: Tyler Tine, Intern All young sports players have dreams of becoming professional athletes.  At New York Baseball Academy at Hofstra Summer Camps the campers had the chance to get tips from not one, but two former professional baseball players.  The New York Baseball Academy welcomed John Habyan and Keith Osik.  Habyan, a… Read more »


Fill Your Resume With Professional Experience – Even as a Student – at the Hofstra Precollegiate Sports Journalism Program

New classes start: August 7, 9 and 14 (See registration information below) Jonah, 15, took more than 12 Sports Journalism classes (including two specialized capstone programs) with the Hofstra Precollegiate program since he was 11-years-old. He’s gained amazing experience in the field he loves: Last year, he hosted a 30-minute sports TV show and a… Read more »


Learn to Embrace Data

posted by guest blogger, Adam Lenter Shhhh… We’re about to let you in on a little secret… That scary word “data…” All it really means is “information.” For leaders of nonprofit organizations, “data” can be a four-letter word – both literally and figuratively. But it doesn’t have to be that way (at least the figurative… Read more »