Answered by Tom, Hiring Expert at VF Corporation, on Friday, June 23, 2017
Yes, include your athletic experience and any other "non-classroom" school-related activities you may have participated in as well. Volunteer information is also great to add, any experience you have that an employer can translate into/assess against skills that are required for a job or a career with them. For example, your athletic captaincy minimally represents leadership skills, if not also focus, discipline, work ethic, desire, etc.; things required to get you there. Just because you don't have "paid for" work experience, does not mean you don't have experience to offer.