Tips for a Career Change at any Age It is an excellent time to make a Career Change, with unemployment rates being low. More and more employers are willing to “take a chance” by upskilling the right candidates even if theyRead more
AthLife was formed in 2004 to service the education, career development, and life skill needs of athletes. AthLife’s approach is to guide the client through a process that builds skills and confidence, thus enabling them to assume control over their ongoing career development. Currently, AthLife® contracts with the NFL Players Association, The Trust (Powered by the NFL Players Association), Major League Soccer, MLS Players Union, National Basketball Association, National Basketball Retired Players Association, NBA Players Legacy Fund, and WWE. AthLife has worked with student-athletes at more than 40 Division I institutions, from every major conference in the areas of education and life skill development, including an ongoing relationship with the University of Virginia.
With the average length of a professional athlete’s career being less than four years, players’ careers often end prior to when they had “planned” and they may be facing financial, emotional, and personal hardship through the transition. AthLife has developed a processRead more
The staff at AthLife are experts regarding education, career development and life skill development for post-professional, professional, collegiate, and high school athletes. We deliver services through partnerships with the MLS Players Union, National Basketball Retired Players Association, NBA Players Legacy Fund,Read more
The AthLife Foundation is a national 501(c)3 non-profit organization created in March, 2010, to become the philanthropic arm of AthLife, Inc., an established agency that services the education, career development, and life skill needs of athletes. AthLife, the agency, works closelyRead more
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Are you thinking about going to graduate school? Does getting your Master’s seem like the answer to moving you along your career path? Or maybe starting a new one? Obtaining a graduate degree could be the right answer and itRead more