Carleton University is pleased to welcome Josh Sacobie to the Carleton Ravens football coaching staff as Receiver Coach and Manager of the Ravens community outreach programs.

Carleton University is pleased to welcome Josh Sacobie to the Carleton Ravens football coaching staff as Receiver Coach and Manager of the Ravens community outreach programs. Josh brings firsthand knowledge of CIS from his experience as an All-Canadian student-athlete. Josh had an impressive five-year career as quarterback of the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees and was a 2008 Hec Crighton CIS Player of the Year finalist, along with being named OUA Player of the Year.
Following his completion of a Bachelor of Social Sciences, Josh has been actively involved in the community as an employee, coach and volunteer. Josh will be leaving Football Canada as their Technical Coordinator (2009-2012) where he conducted many technical and development football projects across the country.  In his volunteer time, Josh has been a key note speaker for National Child’s Day, a champion speaker for Minwaashin Lodge and Violence Prevention Symposium and is a Role Model Messenger for the Gen7 Program of the Motivate Canada organization.
 

Carleton University is pleased to welcome Josh Sacobie to the Carleton Ravens football coaching staff as Receiver Coach and Manager of the Ravens community outreach programs. Josh brings firsthand knowledge of CIS from his experience as an All-Canadian student-athlete. Josh had an impressive five-year career as quarterback of the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees and was a 2008 Hec Crighton CIS Player of the Year finalist, along with being named OUA Player of the Year.


Following his completion of a Bachelor of Social Sciences, Josh has been actively involved in the community as an employee, coach and volunteer. Josh will be leaving Football Canada as their Technical Coordinator (2009-2012) where he conducted many technical and development football projects across the country.  In his volunteer time, Josh has been a key note speaker for National Child’s Day, a champion speaker for Minwaashin Lodge and Violence Prevention Symposium and is a Role Model Messenger for the Gen7 Program of the Motivate Canada organization.

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