Leadership Forum

Student-athletes prepare for 2019 leadership forum

A total of 220 student-athletes representing a broad array of NCAA-sponsored athletics and possessing an immense range of experiences and perspectives will meet Thursday, April 11, through Sunday, April 14, in Orlando, Florida, for the NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum. The leadership forum represents a collaboration between the leadership development and Division I, II and III governance groups at the NCAA national office.

Athletes, administrators prepare for leadership forum

More than 285 college athletes are meeting in Baltimore for the latest edition of the NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum.

Annual forum helps students reach potential

William Isabell, a Central State football player and history major, was among nearly 300 NCAA student-athletes at the Leadership Forum. Athletics administrators at schools and conference offices nominated the young leaders, with representation from all three NCAA divisions.

College athletes, administrators prepare for forum

More than 200 student-athletes representing all sports and various campus academic departments are meeting in Phoenix this week for the annual NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum.

Follow the Leaders: Sean McCarthy, Villanova

Sean McCarthy is the compliance and student services intern at Villanova University. McCarthy graduated from Marquette University School of Law in the spring after obtaining a bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.

Follow the Leaders: Becca Yost, Frostburg State

Becca Yost is in her first year as a graduate assistant coach with the Frostburg State University men’s and women’s swimming teams in Maryland. Yost graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in the spring with a bachelor’s degree in business management and entrepreneurship and was the operations intern at Virginia Amateur Sports.

Follow the leaders: Ian Good, DePauw wide receiver

Ian Good, wide receiver on the Division III DePauw University football team, was selected to participate in the NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum after being nominated by DePauw head football coach Bill Lynch.

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.

Student-Athlete Leadership Forum FAQs

Key dates Jan. 6, 2020: Application opens (8 a.m. Eastern time) Feb. 17, 2020: Application closes (Noon Eastern time) April 16-19, 2020: Student-Athlete Leadership Forum in Los Angeles, CA. When and where is the 2019-20 NCAA Student-...


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