While the score of a game can fade into history, the learning of a child is for a lifetime.
The following are ways this organization participates in the educational community, hopefully adding a fun twist to the learning process.
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Stick to Reading = Succeeding
Stick to Reading=Succeeding” features the All-Star Reading Challenge, an incentive program in which students receive prizes for reading books. As part of the “Stick to Reading=Succeeding” program, GNASH and a Predators player or broadcaster will make monthly visits (through April) to elementary schools.
"Stick to Reading" Main Page
Pencil Partner Program
The Pencil Partner Program ties the Nashville Predators with a local high school to provide unique opportunities to our developing youth.
One such opportunity is to be a "Sportswriter for a Day" by wearing press credentials, watching the game from the press box, attending the post-game conference with Head Coach Barry Trotz, and writing a follow-up game story.
Other opportunities include complimentary tickets to games, donated autographed memorabilia for fundraising initiatives, participation in hockey clinics.
The Nashville Predators Pencil Partners are:
» Hume-Fogg Magnet High School
» Lockland Design Elementary School
Every semester, the Predators organization welcomes several interns that help the Broadcasting, Communications and Development (including Community Relations and Youth Hockey), Corporate Sponsorship, Finance, Marketing, Ticket Sales, and Fan Relations department. These interns must be students at accredited colleges and universities, and the internship must provide earned hours that are directly applied to the student's degree. Go to our internship page for information on how to apply.