On Tuesday May 29th at 1pm EST, we’ll be hosting a free online training covering 3 student-athlete development programs that every athletics department should consider offering in 2018.

These recommendations are based not only on current trends at universities across the country, but also on feedback from current and former student-athletes themselves.

We fully recognize that athletics departments—and their student-athlete development initiatives—vary in size and scope.

Having said that, this training will focus on addressing student-athlete development programs that can be implemented at athletics departments of all sizes.

Click here to register for the free online training.

Can’t attend live? Don’t worry—we’ll send a replay to everyone that registers.

We hope you’re able to join us!

Student-Athlete Development in 2018

Offering comprehensive student-athlete development programs is critical for a number of reasons.

First and foremost, these programs improve outcomes for student-athletes in the classroom and—more importantly—as they make the transition into their lives after competitive athletics.

From a recruiting standpoint, offering comprehensive student-athlete development programs can help an athletics department differentiate itself among other universities in the eyes of prospective recruits and their parents.

Now more than ever, top athletes are seeking out athletics organizations that are willing to invest in their development beyond their time in competitive athletics.

We’ll be covering these and other topics in more detail during the free online training on Tuesday May 29th at 1pm EST.

Don’t forget to register here.