Leadership Development

NCAA selects 2015-16 postgraduate internship class

NCAA leadership development and human resources have announced the 2015-16 NCAA postgraduate internship class. Overall, 29 candidates were selected for the 12-month positions at the national office.

Career in Sports Forum connects athletes to sports industry

More than 200 athletes attended the annual forum, exploring careers in sports. Two happened to have started their journey in the same Canadian town.

Advocates for Athletics Equity and NCAA to host Achieving Coaches Excellence Program

AAE and NCAA host a career development opportunity for minority basketball coaches.

Leadership forum challenges athletes to grow personally and professionally

When 300 NCAA college athletes and 50 administrators gather in one room, working together to grow as leaders and individuals, one weekend can cultivate something astounding.

NCAA hosts over 200 student-athletes at leadership forum in Orlando

More than 200 NCAA student-athletes representing all sports and various campus academic departments are meeting in Orlando this week for the annual NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum. The conference will be held April 9-12.

NCAA and NFL Summit keeps athlete well-being at the forefront

The focus on athlete well-being is more prominent now than ever before, which makes a partnership between the NCAA and NFL that began nearly five years ago increasingly valuable today.

College players celebrate National Student-Athlete Day, donate food to Indy community

NCAA student-athletes representing Indiana colleges and universities participated in a community outreach initiative and celebrated their peers who have excelled academically, athletically and in their communities.

NCAA emerging leaders learn, connect and dream big

The stage and podium in Christine Grant Ballroom in the NCAA national office wouldn’t suffice for Meg Stevens. She was to deliver the keynote for the 2015 NCAA Emerging Leaders Seminar and wanted to be at eye level with the some 220 aspiring athletics administrators. She chose to stay off the stage, and hit the floor.

Twelve rising athletics administrators complete NCAA Pathway Program

Twelve college athletics administrators traveled to the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in Washington, D.C., in mid-January. A historic NCAA Convention – one that would signal a shift in the Division I college sports landscape – was still one day away, yet the lights of recognition first were to shine on the industry’s next leaders.

Future Football Coaches Academy Develops and Connects Aspiring Coaches

As a 13-year-old, Siriki Diabate came from the Ivory Coast in West Africa to New York City and developed a passion for football – the American kind.

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