Thanks for the suggestions. From my internet searches it looks like this isn't very common - the two that I identified already that are here in the Bay Area, and also perhaps Michigan State (anyone know about that?). We'll keep looking.
I wouldn't expect such a program to be very prevalent. Universities can be extremely strict when it comes to liability issues. As a result, they usually limit college archery programs to just people directly affiliated with the college.
I know what you mean about the caution on the part of the university. We sure saw that when we were getting the club up and running a few years ago. The club is thinking of either a regular weekly program or perhaps going with a "clinic" model (heck, our Lacrosse team has a set of clinics called "youth attack and defense" and "high school attack and defense"; it's hard to imagine archery being scarier than that, liability-wise!).
Yes we have one at the Demmer Center at Michigan State University. I coach the MSU team and the JOAD kids. I have kids that are on the team that work there and also help out with the JOAD program. We have had 2 kids from our program that have made JDT-R and JDT-C. We also have 2 girls on USAT. They both work there at the Demmer Center and go to Michigan State.
Every person goes thru back round screening thru MSU police. Everyone must take safe sport training. And everyone is at least level 1 instructor. The club does not run JOAD. The shooting sports and education center does. The MSU team shoots there.
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