Student-Athletes

Information and resources for those who identify as Student-Athletes.

The following resources are curated specifically to assist students who identify as student-athletes to explore their interests, find opportunities that best suit their needs and desires, and attain the goals they set for themselves.

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By Nicole Mitchell (she/her)
Nicole Mitchell (she/her) Associate Director, Career Readiness
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Work-Life Balance Vs. Work-Life Integration—Which Holds More Benefits?

“The purpose of choosing [work-life balance vs. work-life integration] is to find a sense of harmony [between your work and your life]. Whichever option you choose, remember that the purpose is to help you lower stress, become more efficient, and …

By Kai Kelley Jr. (he/him)
Kai Kelley Jr. (he/him) Career Advisor, Discovery & Exploration Career Community
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The Power of Daily Affirmations For Professional Development And Confidence (With 10 Examples)

Fostering a sense of confidence in ourselves and our ability to persist and perform within the realm of professional roles and industry contexts is critical. Here in the Career Center we continuously believe in utilizing our counselling and advisory work …

By Kai Kelley Jr. (he/him)
Kai Kelley Jr. (he/him) Career Advisor, Discovery & Exploration Career Community
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How to Stay Motivated – Or Make Peace Without It

“Research offers many small strategies to keep motivation high despite situational challenges. Research has shown that just getting started can often bring motivation, highlighting how many times people aren’t motivated, but then start on a task anyway and begin to feel excited …

By Kai Kelley Jr. (he/him)
Kai Kelley Jr. (he/him) Career Advisor, Discovery & Exploration Career Community
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Ways to Avoid Procrastination: Don’t wait for motivation; get started and let momentum carry you forward

“Sometimes, people who procrastinate do so not really because they don’t care or because they’re unmotivated, but because they care so much about the outcome – particularly if there’s an evaluation of their performance – that they get paralyzed by fear. Avoiding that …

By Kai Kelley Jr. (he/him)
Kai Kelley Jr. (he/him) Career Advisor, Discovery & Exploration Career Community
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NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum

The NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum, created in 1997, has served as a life-changing experience for more than 5,000 student-athletes who …

Women Leaders in College Sports – Women’s Leadership Symposium

The NCAA/Women Leaders in College Sports Women’s Leadership Symposium (WLS) is developed for women aspiring to or just beginning a …

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