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Area 2/3 Golf

Deadlines Registration opens: January 15, 2020Registration closes: July 13, 2020Errors and exceptions due: July 20, 2020 Tentative schedule 7:45 a.m. – Delegation & volunteer registration8:15 a.m. – Opening Ceremonies8:30 a.m. – 9-Hole/3-Hole competitions begin9:30 a.m. – Individual Skills competition begins12 p.m. – Lunch and awards The Special Olympics Minnesota golf program is centered on two …

2020 Leadership University Course Descriptions

Main class Your main class is where you will spend a majority of your time throughout the weekend. You’ll take a deeper dive into this subject by spending approximately 10 hours of class time working with your class deans and classmates. Each main class allows a maximum of 15 Unified pairs per class. New attendees …

College Transitions

Special Olympics extends far beyond the confines of a single program. From toddlers to adults, from the front lines to behind the scenes, from sport-minded to administratively savvy…regardless of your age, ability or skill set, we have a place for you to stay involved for life! Join a team With over 2000 teams, SOMN has …

Northland 300

The Northland 300 is: A 300 mile, three day, charity snowmobile ride made up of volunteer participants who raise funds to support Special Olympics Minnesota Built on friendships that continue to grow each year and the camaraderie of the participants, spectators, and communities along the course Planned by an all-volunteer board of directors of snowmobile …

Area 12

Dakota, Ramsey (partial) & Scott counties Upcoming events Volunteer opportunities Area Management VolunteersHelp plan, set up and run competitions in the St. Paul area. The St. Paul area falls into Special Olympics Minnesota’s Area 12. The Area Sports Management Team typically meets prior to competitions and plays an integral role in the day-of responsibilities at …

Area 11

Carver & Hennepin counties Upcoming events Volunteer opportunities We are currently looking for a few good folks to join us on the Area Sports Management Team (ASMT). The ASMT typically meets prior to each competition and is an integral part of the day-of responsibilities at the competition. Current position: Equipment CoordinatorPick up and deliver area …

Healthy Athletes

The mission of Special Olympics Healthy Athletes, developed in 1996, is to improve athletes’ ability to train and compete in Special Olympics. Healthy Athletes is designed to help Special Olympics athletes improve their health and fitness, leading to enhanced sports experience and improved well-being. During a Healthy Athletes event, Special Olympics athletes receive a variety …

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I contact Special Olympics Minnesota? Special Olympics Minnesota 900 2nd Ave S, Ste 300Minneapolis, MN 55402 Phone: 612.333.0999Toll-free: 800.783.7732 Fax: 612.333.8782 Email: [email protected] Do you have a list of upcoming events? Check out our Calendar for all upcoming events. How do I get an athlete involved? Head to Become an Athlete to get an athlete involved. Where can …

Young Professionals Board

Young Professionals Board (YPB) members are entrepreneurial, ambitious individuals dedicated to advancing the efforts of Special Olympics Minnesota through volunteering, fundraising, networking, and community engagement opportunities. The YPB will generate new and creative fundraising events, with each fundraising event supported by a chairperson and a planning committee to execute the event and reach out to …