The NCAA will provide education on career development and potential career opportunities for nearly 300 student-athletes from Divisions I, II and III at the event. The forum will focus on assisting student-athletes with making a successful transition from competition to their future professions in intercollegiate athletics.
The student-athletes who were selected for the Career in Sports Forum were chosen by a committee made up of administrators from member institutions, conference offices and affiliate member organizations. The event will bring together career leaders to discuss their professional career paths and to enlighten student-athletes on career choices and future decisions they will need to consider.
Beemer completed his Ball State baseball career this past spring, while Brodbeck completed her gymnastics career with the 2012-13 season.