Sideline Pass provides community outreaches that focus on three goals:



To introduce young female athletes to female mentors in both the business and sports worlds.


To expose young athletes to resources, events and experiences within their community that they might otherwise miss.



To equip young athletes in need with the necessary supplies to participate and compete in their respective sports.

Sideline Pass’ Junior Journalism Program
is headed to the NBA All Star weekend!


If you’re in high school, interested in becoming a journalist and want hands-on experience – apply for the Sideline Pass Junior Journalism All Star experience. On Friday, February 17 – the Sideline Pass Junior Journalists will cover the NBA’s biggest stars during the All Star Day of Service at William Hart Elementary School. Ten junior journalists will be teamed with mentors to research their assignment, photograph/interview the All Star players, then write articles or edit photographs that will be published on the Junior Journalism website. Check out the work our last class of Junior Journalists did at the R and L Carriers New Orleans Bowl:

To apply: write a 2-paragraph letter telling us about yourself in the first paragraph and your future goals in the second paragraph. Be sure to include your contact information and whether you are applying to be a writer or a photographer. Email it to us at by 5:00 pm Friday, February 10.

**You will need to miss school for this, as Junior Journalism Day is from 9-3. Make sure parents/teachers are aware.*



We work with a range of partners and are always on the lookout for new ones. To explore what we can do together please contact us.