A look back at the key moments from a busy first month of the year
The first month of 2017 has been a busy one for Wigan Athletic Community Trust, with a number of exciting educational opportunities being presented to young people across the borough.
Latics Chief Executive Jonathan Jackson also visited Lathom High School as they prepared for the regional finals of the Premier League Enterprise Challenge, while coaches from the Trust helped to upskill and mentor 20 teachers and teaching assistants at Our Lady Aspull and St Luke’s Primary Schools.
Here’s a round-up of the month:
3rd January 2017: Every Player Counts project proving a huge success in Wigan
4th January 2017: Community Trust apprenticeship programme Summer 2017
5th January 2017: January soccer schools and dance camps attract over 140 children
5th January 2017: Community Trust set to launch new traineeship programme
11th January 2017: Golborne High School enjoy an action-packed day with Wigan Athletic
11th January 2017: Community Trust welcome two new recruits
11th January 2017: Wigan Athletic Community Trust two-year foundation degree
12th January 2017: Latics Chief Executive gives insight into running a football club to pupils at Lathom High School
18th January 2017: Train with Latics can help you start your career in the sport and leisure industries
23rd January 2017: Wigan Walkers Football Club playing a massive part in the local community
26th January 2017: Community Trust coaches help to upskill and mentor 20 teachers at two Wigan Primary Schools