Immediate Release: April 6, 2011
VESTAL, N.Y. The NCAA and Student-Athlete Affairs recently chose Associate Dircetor of Athletics for Student Services Ed Scott and volleyballs Julie Chambers to take part in the 2011 NCAA Career in Sports Forum this June. Scott, who will be participating for the second straight year as a facilitator, and Chambers, as a student-athlete, will attend the four-day event held in Indianapolis, June 12-15.
Chambers, chosen from a pool of 1,100 nominations and 850 applicants, will join over 300 student-athletes in Indianapolis for the four-day event. The NCAA Career in Sports Forum prospers to promote student-athletes and their interest in a career in sports. The forum is an opportunity for student-athletes to explore and be educated on careers in sports, with a primary focus on intercollegiate athletics.
a three-year letterwinner, is also President of the Student Athletes
Advisory Committee (SAAC) and an intern with the sports marketing
department. She is the first Binghamton University student-athlete
to be selected for the forum.
the purest thing I've been associated within intercollegiate
athletics," Scott said. "The forum is all about the
kids who really want to work in the business, regardless of talent
Scott is completing his third year as associate AD at Binghamton after previously working in student services and academics at Louisville. He is a 2002 graduate of Albany and also received his master's degree from Albany in 2006.
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