Life Skills Symposium
The NCAA Life Skills Symposium is designed to provide relevant, effective and practical training and professional development opportunities to enhance the ability of professionals to serve student-athletes in the areas of life skills and student-athlete development. The symposium is open to professionals at NCAA member institutions and conference offices who support student-athletes in any capacity. The event will provide the opportunity for professionals to become educated on student-athlete well-being issues, receive student-athlete development training and develop a toolkit that will better equip them to serve the continually changing needs of student-athletes.
- To provide relevant, effective, practical training and professional development opportunities to athletics professionals who serve student-athletes in the areas of life skills and student-athlete development.
Past Life Skills Symposiums:
- Review the recent NCAA Life Skills Symposium 2013 Report.
If you have any questions regarding the NCAA Life Skills Symposium please contact:
Justin W. Paysinger
Assistant Director of Leadership Development