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Wharton Sports Business Initiative, NFL team up for a Prep Leadership Program

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The NFL Player’s Management has entered into a unique parternship with the Wharton Sports Business Initiative.

Both will host the inaugural NFL-Wharton Prep Leadership Program. The program is geared for student-athletes in their senior year of high school.

The program will take place at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School in Philadelphia from June 25-27. There will be leadership training and development programming led by Wharton professors and NFL executives.

“With our newest NFL Prep leadership initiative, we are excited to acknowledge and celebrate those extraordinary high school student-athletes who are already demonstrating exceptional leadership qualities in the classroom and on the playing field,” said Troy Vincent, NFL Vice President of Player Engagement. “This program for male and female student-athletes features a curriculum created by top educators specifically designed to provide the skills and knowledge that are essential to becoming better leaders in academic performance, athletic experience and community service.”

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