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Worldwide, 29 million girls and women play football Key figures: 29 million women and girls play football worldwide 12% of youth players are female Women and girls play football in all 208 FIFA member associations in one way or another 24 teams will participate in the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ In 1971, 3 teams played 2 matches – in 2011, 129 teams played 514 matches One of FIFA’s missions is to promote the development of women’s football, support women’s football financially and give women players, coaches, referees and officials the opportunity to become actively involved in football. FIFA is helping to popularise the game by increasing public awareness and conducting information campaigns as well as overcoming social and cultural obstacles for women with the ultimate aim of improving women’s standing in society. FIFA’s mission for women’s football: To promote and develop women’s and girls’ football in the confederations and member associations; To improve the infrastructure of women’s football in the confederations and member associations; To increase the proportion of women and girls playing football at the grassroots, in schools and at amateur and professional levels; To constantly improve the quality, organisation and expansion of FIFA women’s football competitions; To create conditions for more women to occupy technical and managerial positions in football, including the domains of refereeing, coaching, medicine, media and administration; To increase the level of expertise of female coaches, players, referees, doctors, officials and any other women’s football stakeholders worldwide, through courses, seminars and other capacitybuilding activities; To establish and publicise a coordinated international match calendar for women’s football; To analyse and monitor technical developments in women’s football; To organise women’s football symposiums and conferences.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011™ was a fantastic spectacle, full of great football performances. The sixth edition of our ﬂagship women’s competition was praised by many of the participating players and coaches as the best FIFA Women’s World Cup™ yet. The tournament also witnessed great match attendance and broke TV viewer records. There is no doubt that women’s football has become highly recognised all over the world. At the elite level we can certainly say that the future of women’s football has already arrived. However, as we look back with satisfaction on the quality of the top teams’ play in Germany, we are also aware that there is still much to be done to improve the women’s game around the world, especially in those countries where women still face a struggle simply to be allowed to play the beautiful game. In the next four years, FIFA will continue to live up to its mission for women’s football in creating more opportunities for women and girls to become involved in our sport. The main aim towards the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ will be to support FIFA member associations in further establishing women’s football competitions and leagues while also placing a special emphasis on grassroots and youth development. Through FIFA women’s football development programmes, FIFA will continue championing recognition and equality for women and girls. With a tailor-made approach, our member associations will be able to access multifaceted support ranging from expertise and teaching and promotional material to football equipment and ﬁnancial assistance. The programmes on offer for the next four years will strive to encourage and create competition opportunities at all levels. Member associations should also give the opportunity to women to take up leadership positions within their structures. The greatest beneﬁciaries will be the girls and women as hopefully they will have new possibilities to play and enjoy the game. Let’s embrace the challenges together and bring more women and girls on board! For the Game. For the World.
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STRAYER UNIVERSITY Profile: Private, for-profit school offering both on campus and online courses. Campus in Fredericksburg. Regionally accredited. Programs in information technology, criminal justice, accounting and business. Accepts CLEP, work/life learning, and military training for credit. Not all programs are available at every campus but all programs are available online. Quarter system (4.5 quarter credits = 3 semester credits). Guaranteed Admission Requirements: Graduate from a GCC AA&S or AAS program, having earned at least 24 semester hours of transferable work at GCC, with minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0. Credits for an Associate’s degree are fully transferable. Minimum grade of D or C- will be accepted with completion of Associate’s degree. Minimum grade of C must be obtained for course to transfer if students do NOT complete an AA&S or AAS. Academic Calendar: Fall Quarter: October-December Winter Quarter: January - March Spring Quarter: April-June Summer Quarter: June - September Application Fee: Waived for students completing an Associate’s degree. Otherwise, $50.00. Application for Admission: http://www.strayer.edu/apply Academic Programs: http://www.strayer.edu/campus_catalog Financial Aid: http://www.strayer.edu/financial_support Transfer Information: http://www.strayer.edu/maximizing_credits_0 [Note: provides an overview of academic credit awarded for previous college experience and life/work experience]. Catalog: http://www.strayer.edu/2010_catalogs Tuition (2010): Full time: $1515 per course Part time: $1590 per course Contact: Fredericksburg campus 540.374.4300 email@example.com Contact for on-line programs: 1-888-378-7293 SWEET BRIAR COLLEGE Profile: Private residential women’s college located 12 miles north of Lynchburg. Enrollment: 700. Academic standouts include English and the life sciences, and now offers engineering. Premier program in Equine Studies. Strong study abroad programs. Forbes Magazine has placed Sweet Briar at No. 14 on its list of the “20 Best Colleges in the South.” Studentfaculty ratio: 9:1. 90% of classes have fewer than 20 students. Motto: “Think Is For Girls.” Guaranteed Admission Requirements: Graduate from a GCC AA&S Transfer Program with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5. Course transferability requires a grade of C-. Information for Transfer Students: http://www2.sbc.edu/admissions/transfer.html?transfer
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SOUP AND CHILI SUPPER: The annual PTF Soup and chili supper will be on Thursday, February 6, from 5-7 p.m. More information will be coming soon! THE BOX TOP STORE IS COMING on Friday, Victoria’s family includes her mom, Patricia Bocan, her sister, Brittany Lewis, and her dog, SaraJane. Her favorite Bible verse is Phillipians 4:13. Victoria enjoys playing volleyball, basketball, and chilling with her fri en ds. Aft er graduation, she plans to attend SAU and then become an FBI agent. Victoria is known for her different hairstyles and her high energy level. Her favorite memory about CCS is all the bus rides home from volleyball games. ************************ MORE COMING EVENTS: February 14!! Please start now collecting and packaging them into bags of 50. Also, be sure to check the expiration dates! Thanks so much! Lori Baker Monday, January 20 School Holiday Friday, January 31 Columbia Christian School 5th grade class brought Christmas cheer to Wentworth residents. They sang Christmas carols and brought gifts specifically off the residents’ wish lists. Mid-term ends Homecoming Saturday, February 1 Alumni Basketball games Wednesday, February 5 CCS SPORTS—BASKETBALL Thursday, January 9 Friday, January 10 Saturday, January 11 Tuesday, January 14 Tuesday, January 21 Thursday, January 23 Tuesday, January 28 5th & 6th Grades, Garrett Mem/Lafayette Co. Here, 4:30 p.m. Lifeway, Centerton, SG/SB, playing at Central Baptist College (1501 College Ave. Conway, AR 72054), there, 6:00 p.m. Jr. Girls Tournament, here Ridgway, Pine Bluff, (1002 Ridgway Rd., Pine Bluff, AR 71603), all 4 teams, there, 5:00 p.m. Christian Ministries, Hot Springs, (58 Brookhill Ranch Rd., Hot Springs, AR 71909), all 4 teams, there, 4:00 p.m. Cornerstone, Tillar, all 4 teams, here, 4:00 p.m. Westside, El Dorado, (2400 West Hillsboro, El Dorado, AR 71730), all 4 teams, there, 5:00 p.m.