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Virtual Resource Room


Apr. 29, 2015 The Trust - Scholarship Fund

The Next Level

Although transitioning from the NFL can be challenging, as a former player you have resources available to you. The Trust’s career transition partner, AthLife, works with former players to educate, empower and develop “Lifeletes”. A Lifelete is an athlete engaged in the lifelong process of career development. During this virtual resource room, AthLife will provide an overview of the career and education services available through The Trust. Furthermore, AthLife will engage participants in developing an action plan for the next steps to meet and exceed their professional goals.

To accommodate your busy schedule we have two different time offerings:

Tuesday, May 5th – 

12:00 PM – 1:30 PM ET

3:00 PM – 4:30 PM ET

Former NFL Players can register by clicking Read More below.

If you have any questions about the webcast, The Trust or their partners please contact The Trust directly at 866.725.0063 or info@playerstrust.com.

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