The Career in Sports Forum (CSF) is an annual educational forum over four days where selected student-athletes learn and explore careers in sports, with a primary focus on intercollegiate athletics. The CSF works to dispel myths about careers in athletics, as well as, facilitate the opportunity for student-athletes to obtain industry trends and hot topics from current athletics professionals.
The NCAA requests volunteers to facilitate at the CSF. Facilitators will teach career development specific curriculum and engage student-athletes. Individuals interested in becoming facilitators complete an in-depth training by the NCAA that is provided at no cost.
Upcoming Career in Sports Forums
The 2014 Career in Sports Forum will be held June 5-8 in Indianapolis, Ind. at the NCAA national office. For more details, click here.
Career in Sports Forum Facilitator Opportunities
The 2014 Career in Sports Forum Facilitator Application is now closed. We encourage you to check the website for updates on the 2015 Career in Sports Forum.
Role of Facilitators
The NCAA is looking for individuals who demonstrate:
- Current full-time employment at an NCAA member institution, conference office or affiliate organization
- Ability to attend facilitator training and program dates
- Dedication to student-athlete well- being
- Willingness to serve as a guide, rather than expert
- Willingness to step back and learn
- Willingness to assess their leadership style
- Openness to constructive peer feedback
- Ability to provide constructive feedback in a positive manner
- Supportive of alternative methods of learning
- Energy and engagement
The 2014 NCAA Career in Sports Forum facilitator application is now closed. We encourage you to check the website for updates on the 2015 NCAA Career in Sports Forum.
Upcoming Facilitator Training for the Career in Sports Forum
Facilitator training for the 2014 Career in Sports Forum will be held May 8-10, 2014 in Indianapolis, Ind. at the NCAA national office.
For more information regarding opportunities to serve as a facilitator at the Career in Sports Forum, please contact: