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Club College

CCp1RRCA's Club College has long been a series of education sessions at the RRCA Convention.  Starting in 2020, RRCA will produce a series of online sessions to help guide your organizations on best practices topics for effective club leadership.





RRCA Insurance Program Overview with IMG and K&K Insurance

RRCA presents the Zoom session, recorded Nov 19, about the 2021 insurance program with representatives from Insurance Management Group (Terry & Trent Diller) and K&K Insurance (policy underwriters Jason Thrash and Phil Hartman) as part of our ongoing effort to provide up-to-date best practices for members. The Zoom provides a detailed overview of the the RRCA's 2021 insurance program along with important policy updates, exclusions, and operational best practices related to Covid-19/pandemics.  Down load the timestamps to see specific discussions topics.



Financial Management for Running Clubs: Best Practices More Important than Ever

Presented by Barb Jewell, CPA

Barb Jewell, RRCA Treasurer, presents best practices in financial management for running clubs. Topics will include best practices for financial reporting, cash handling, budgeting, compliance, and utilization of a finance committee. Included will be timely recommendations related to managing through the COVID-19 pandemic, including ideas for managing revenue and expenses and thoughts on 2021 budgeting.


Board of Directors Transition Responsibilities

Presented by Kelly Richards

Richards, Lake Grapevine Runners and Walkers (LGRAW) President, and past-RRCA Board Member provides an in-depth review of critical items to manage during the transition from one club president to the next. (Download Kelly's presentation addendum with additional advice for board transitions).

Utilizing Free & Affordable Technology For Clubs & Events

Presented by Alan Smith

Alan Smith, Admin Vice President and Technology Manager of the Oregon Road Runners Club (ORRC) discusses affordable technology options for board communications, document sharing, membership management, event registration, and more. Alan walks through how some of these technologies work, and how club leaders can take steps to easily implement them into regular operations.


Return to Group Running

Presented by Greg Hipp

Hipp, Executive Director of Chicago Area Runners Association (CARA), provides an in-depth review of CARA's efforts to devise and implement plans for a safe return to group running.


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