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FA Young Leaders Rosie Eggleston and Jack Christopher have recently returned from attending the FA National Camp at Nottingham Trent University.
During the Camp, both leaders undertook a variety of FA initiatives such as disability, injuries, different learning styles, refereeing, media, goalkeeping and futsal. The sessions were delivered by FA Regional and National staff who specialize in their particular field.
Following attendance at the FA National camp there were four places available to attend the 'Changing Lives' International Leadership Programme. On 28 August, Rosie was called to attend an interview at Soho Square, London for a chance to experience a lifetime opportunity to undergo the International experience.
Subsequently, following a successful interview Rosie Eggleston now focuses on 26 October when she heads out for an outstanding experience to Cape Town, Africa, where she will spend the week delivering sessions and festivals within the local community along with FA National Staff.
"I still can't believe I am going to Africa - it hasn't sunk in yet!" she said. " I can't wait for this opportunity and hope to gain as much as possible enjoying every second of it. I really want to make The FA proud for choosing me and I will not let them regret it!"
All at the Dorset County Football Association congratulate Rosie for this tremendous achievement and wish her the best of luck for a forthcoming unique experience.
For further information on the Step into Sport programme and the leadership camps please contact the development department via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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