After the Game

Money talk: Are you ready to negotiate?

You are new to the employment team, so learn as much about your new job as quickly as you can. It may be the bottom rung on the corporate ladder, but it is the “first cut” on your way to a successful career.

The elevator speech: It really is all about you

Make a positive and lasting first impression by nailing down your elevator speech.

Networking: It really does work

In good news for both current and former student-athletes, data shows most successful job hunts occur as a result of networking.

Setting Up Your Digital Game Plan

You picked a major, studied hard and earned your degree, all while competing in sports at a high level. Now it is time to conquer the biggest competition ahead: the working world.

Amy Huchthausen: Once a leader, always a leader

Former Wisconsin-La Crosse softball student-athlete Amy Huchthausen has been a front-runner from the get-go; today she is America East Conference’s first female commissioner

Online hub celebrates and assists former student-athletes

Robust online hub now available on NCAA.org with services aimed at former student-athletes

Nick Harriott
Nick Harriott: Soccer opened doors for education and success

For Nicholas Harriott, playing soccer was more than sport. It was a transformational opportunity to overcome life’s hardships.

Health and Wellness

The transition to life after college, especially when it comes to staying healthy and well, can be challenging even for former student-athletes. Stay up to date on what industry experts are saying here. Why it’s Hard to Stay Active After...

NCAA After the Game Career Center

Former NCAA student-athletes can post their resume, find employment and get job-seeking advice. For employers wanting to hire former NCAA student-athletes of all ages, this is the go-to place to post jobs.

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