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Pask Selected For NCAA Career in Sports Forum

by | Apr 12, 2022

Sophomore safety Jaden Pask.


DAVIDSON, N.C. – Davidson football scholar-athlete Jaden Pask has been selected to attend and participate in the NCAA Career in Sports Forum in Indianapolis, June 2-5. He is the second member of the football team chosen to attend. 

The Career in Sports Forum is an annual educational program that brings together 200 selected NCAA student-athletes to learn about and explore potential careers in sports, particularly college athletics. This unique three-day forum helps student-athletes chart their career paths. Participants network with and learn from current athletics professionals.

“We are really excited for Jaden and the opportunity to be a part of this years NCAA forum,” head coach Scott Abell said.  

Notable speakers will cover the following topics and more to prepare attendees for success navigating their futures: self-awareness and its role in professional development; practical approaches to the sports job search; personal branding; developing a career plan; managing yourself as a professional in the sports industry. Through panels, engaging breakout discussions, keynote presentations and facilitated dialogues, program participants walk away from their experience with a thorough understanding of athletics as a career path and where they fit into the industry’s landscape. 

The forum allows attendees to network with peers and decision-makers at the campus, conference and national level of college athletics.  Content will meet the following program objectives:
    •    Educate participants on how personal strengths intersect with career opportunities.
    •    Provide participants with tangible experiences that will push them forward in their aspiration for a career in sports.
    •    Explore professional and career development strategies to help the transition to a career in the sports industry.
    •    Learn about the role of an intercollegiate coach, athletics administrator and national governing body staff member.

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