College-based Swimming and Rowing Program: Amphibious Achievement!

Amphibious Achievement is a swimming, rowing, and college preparatory program based out of MIT.  Amphibious Achievement serves approximately 40 students in Boston. The program is run entirely by undergraduate student volunteers and and participants have access to Division I swimming and rowing facilities on the MIT campus.  Amphibious Achievement focuses on a strong mentor-mentee relationship: all rowing and swimming coaches are also academic tutors.  The athletic and academic curriculum are both fun and relevant to the students’ lives.  Contemporary songs, technology, current events and more are all used to teach rowing technique, problem solving, and critical reading skills.  Amphibious Achievement is sending Noam Angrist, Co-Founder, Co-President and Head Crew Coach. Noam has been coaching rowing for years and has a passion for program evaluation!

Learn more about the only college-based SBYD organization in the Up2Us membership here!


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