You've waited a long time for this moment: the NCAA allowing you to profit from your personality.
Offering three ways to learn about your name, image, and likeness — and what this means for you as a college athlete now and your bottom line later.
First, our signature program, Elevate NIL, is a sure-fire way to learn what you need to in order to confidently manage your online presence. Next, we offer management and content curation services for qualified candidates. And finally, we offer in-person education for entire athletic departments and teams.
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We take a limited number of qualified candidates. Apply today.
In-person education for athletic departments and teams.
Equipping athletes with the tools, education, and resources to establish their personal brand in a way that attracts legit collaborations.
Finally feel confident in your social game
Share content that attract brands
Increase engagement & impressions
Grow your followers and influence
Leverage your lifestyle to benefit your livelihood
This all-inclusive online course will equip you to show up online well, attract the brands you want to work with, and get paid.
Detailing the key elements brands small and large are seeking for paid collaborations. Go beyond Cameo — and generate legit partnerships. Learn everything you need to know: (1) Establish your personal brand visually + verbally, (2) Pitch brands, and (3) Overdeliver, every time. Bonus modules on how to level up your feed + content.
We work with an extremely limited amount of D1 athletes to actually manage their brand, curate their content online, and build connections with brands.
We are accepting applications for management to niche down on our group of exclusive early-adopters of the NCAA's NIL policy. We are here for you as the athlete to establish your personal brand, attract brand attention, and produce content that converts. You, as the athlete, are responsible for upholding your contracts, managing your books / reporting, and complying with all NCAA regulations for your state + school.