Help your athletes go from the starting lineup to launching their careers.

Your Athletes Deserve A Career Game Plan

Your athletes have used their athletic training to prepare themselves to succeed in school. They can use those same skills and characteristics to launch their careers, but they might not know exactly where to look or how to get started.

Meanwhile, employers across the country are looking for driven, disciplined, competitive-minded graduates for their companies.

Athlete Career Placement bridges the gap between talented collegiate athletes and top organizations looking for talent.

What Does Athlete Career Placement Do?

You know that you can’t win without a game plan. ACP gives your talented athletes a post-graduation game plan to help them succeed in today’s corporate world.

Industries Of Focus


Mortgage Banking



Information Technology

Human Resources

Ready To Help Your Athletes Transition?

Talk to ACP to learn how we can help your athletes develop and execute a game plan for long-term career success.
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What ACP’s Raving Fans Are Saying

Jason Peay, CEO, Versa Tech

In my personal experience, I have seen athletes have the best disposition. In sales, marketing or operational roles, it doesn’t matter. I love hiring athletes.

Mark Sadowski, Director of College Scouting, Chicago Bears

Having an agency that specializes in placing athletes in today’s workforce is important. Athlete Career Placement is run by great people and they genuinely care about providing former athletes with outstanding job opportunities.

Dr. Kristen Migliano, Ph.D. , Former Director of Athletics, Lynn University

Through sports participation, college graduates hone specific soft skills, which are also identified as some of the most commonly desired soft skills by today’s employers. It is these soft skills that make the college athlete graduate a prepared employee, ready to add value to the workplace. Athlete Career Placement closes that gap on soft skills […]