Alumnus and baseball standout Sean “Skip” Flanagan has been named RIT/NTID Athlete Development Program Coordinator for Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf. In this role, Flanagan will work in tandem with the RIT Center for Intercollegiate Athletics, RIT varsity and club coaches and NTID faculty and staff to support the participation of deaf and hard-of-hearing student-athletes on varsity and club teams.
Flanagan, of Framingham, Massachusetts, earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Exercise Science from RIT’s College of Liberal Arts and currently is working on a master’s degree in Educational Leadership-Intercollegiate Athletic Leadership at the University of Washington in Seattle. He previously was RIT/NTID’s student-athlete liaison, a student ambassador for NTID, and played professional baseball.
As RIT/NTID Athlete Development Program Coordinator, Flanagan will meet periodically with coaches of all RIT varsity teams, attend practices and meet with teams to provide educational seminars to improve team dynamics, as well as meet regularly with individual athletes to develop relationships, provide mentoring, support and problem-solving strategies.
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