...it is with great excitement that Fit-for-Me Foundation and I are looking forward to helping kids further their education and passion.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 26, 2011
Don Miguel: Dallas’s Most Trusted Fitness Coach and Fit-for-Me Foundation's Founder to Serve on Southern Methodist University (SMU) Applied Physiology and Enterprise Advisory Board to further advocate and advance the vision, mission and philosophy of the department.
“I am passionate about education,” notes, Don Miguel. “This opportunity was not available to me when I was in school, so it is with great excitement that Fit-for-Me Foundation and I are looking forward to helping kids further their education and passion,” notes Don-Miguel.
As part of his personal mission of mentorship and education, Don Miguel is always in search of ways to raise the standard on helping young people achieve their educational goals because it paves the way for the next generation of innovators and leaders.
About Don Miguel
Don Miguel serves as the CEO and Chairman of the Board of Fit-for-Me Foundation. He guides the organization’s educational efforts to advocate and advance programs and services directed at bettering the lives of young people. Don Miguel consults on a range of non-profit issues, including start-up to relevant programming. His continued dedication to fitness is reflected through his fitness and wellness endeavors and on-going educational pursuits in fitness and wellness. He embraces a commitment to an active lifestyle and has fun doing it.
If you would like more information on Don Miguel’s book, consulting, and coaching: Individual and Corporate, please contact him at MediaFit Communications 25 Highland Park Village Suite 100-726 Dallas, TX 75205, or visit his web site http://www.StopTheStutteringBook.com.
About the APSM (Applied Physiology and Sport Management) program within the Simmons School of Education at Southern Methodist University:
The APSM program is a relatively new undergraduate major in the Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development.
This program provides a rigorous curriculum for understanding the biological basis of health and fitness and the business background required of professionals in the sport, health and fitness industries.
Academic coursework and experience will prepare students for a variety of possible career paths ranging from corporate fitness to sports public relations.
If you would like more information on Applied Physiology and Sport Management program within the Simmons School of Education at Southern Methodist University, please contact: Dr. Lynn Romejko Jacobs, Ph.D.; Associate Professor, Department of Applied Physiology and Wellness, Director of Applied Physiology and Enterprise, Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development, Southern Methodist University, PO Box 750382 Dallas, TX 75275-0382, or visit web site http://www.smu.edu/apsm.