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Curtis Hill Jun 9
Hi there Big shout out to everyone who made it possible for me to be present today. I don’t know if you are aware of it or not, but you inspire me. Keep up the good work.
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Tolu Jun 9
Thank you NCAA 💙🤗
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¡Chuy! Jun 9
Blessed to have participated in the Next Steps Program and the Career in Sports Forum this week. Had great discussion about careers in athletics and made great connections along the way. Representing
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Allison Harvey Jun 9
Had such a great time learning from some amazing people at the Career in Sports Forum! Special thank you to for being an awesome emcee and sharing some great words of wisdom.
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sydnee walker Jun 9
PAC 12 squad representing at the Career in Sports Forum! Really amazing weekend learning from the best in the game on how to perfect our craft 🤩 Special thanks to for guiding us for 4 days with his wisdom and encouragement !
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Ryan Smoot Jun 9
“Life is a moment. Life is an opportunity. Life is a moment of opportunity. The time is NOW. Now is the moment that never ends.” Thanks for a great weekend in Indy.
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Pruch Jun 9
What a weekend at the NCAA Leadership Development Forum in Indy!! Super proud to rep the OC and NCAC!! The future of college sports is in good hands; too many phenomenal aspiring leaders to count!!
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Jess Magnoli Jun 9
Had a blast at the 2019 Career in Sports Forum this weekend learning from fellow student athletes, and some amazing and inspirational individuals! Beyond grateful for this experience, and so excited for what’s to come!
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Clyde Doughty Jr Jun 9
It is always a C😎😎L Mac moment with my good friend Coach Jason Burton. As always, he brought passion in his presentation on your WHY and how it impacts your WHAT at the 2019 Career in Sports Forum
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ally plafcan Jun 9
super thankful for the opportunity to attend the 2019 Career in Sports Forum this weekend.
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annie Jun 9
no matter where we go, always proud to represent our institutions & the NE10!!
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Aaron Robinson Jun 9
Man, what a weekend! Had an absolute blast at the Career in Sports Forum! Met some absolutely phenomenal people and learned so much! So glad I had the opportunity to represent Quinnipiac and Coppin State at the event and I’m excited to put to use what I learned!
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Emily Roskopf Jun 9
I had an amazing experience at the Career in Sports Forum put on by the NCAA. Great program and really cool checking out the NCAA national office! @ Indianapolis International Airport
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Renee VanHorn Jun 9
I am very honored to have been awarded the NCAA Women's Enhancement Graduate Scholarship and invited to the Career in Sports Forum in Indianapolis this weekend! Got to meet so many amazing athletes who are going to do incredible things!
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Leo Pamphile Jun 10
I was blessed with the opportunity to once again represent myself as well as my University at the NCAA 2019 Sports Forum. Grateful for all of the knowledge that was passed down. Extremely excited to continue my career in athletics! Thank you NCAA.
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Peaches N. Brown Jun 9
My cup runneth over with the endless 💎 ‘s, new ideas and great people I met through NCAA EFW, and I can’t wait to get back to campus to pour into my SA’s and everyone around me.
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APUSoftball Jun 9
“When you know your WHY, your WHAT has more IMPACT because you’re walking towards your PURPOSE.” -
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Andre Jun 9
When you didn't realize you were on the same flight coming to Indy and going back home 😂😂
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Patrick M. Malin Jun 9
Replying to @mkrobinson_
Thanks I’ve been taking amateur photography classes and am really happy how things turned out. 😏 Oh wait you meant the program...
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Olivia Sappington Jun 9
Such an incredible opportunity to represent and connect with so many amazing people this past weekend at the NCAA Career in Sports Forum. I could never say thank you enough. I am so
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