LANCASTER, Pa. -- The Centennial Conference has announced the Pillars of Excellence (PE), a conference-wide four-part speaker series. The conference will offer a virtual facilitator-led educational session for Centennial member institutions that will focus on professional development on Thursday, January 21 from 7:00-8:00 p.m.
What are the ABC’s of professional presence? During this session with Will Baggett, student-athletes will learn how to present key leadership qualities and use their appearance, behavior, and communication skills to build their personal brand. Will Baggett, founder, and Chief Development Officer at Emergent Executives LLC, is widely regarded as one of the top presenters in the country. In 2016, he published a bestselling guide for young professionals entitled, The Blueprint for a Successful Career.
Register in advance for this meeting:
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These virtual events are meant to contribute to the holistic development of Centennial Conference student-athletes. The Pillars of Excellence series will allow student-athletes the opportunity to connect and learn with their fellow Centennial peers through interactive sessions with industry experts.
For updates on speakers, promotions, and other resources on the Pillars of Excellence, visit www.centennial.org or follow @CentConf and use the hashtag #CentConfPE on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Additional information on upcoming program dates and registration will be released throughout the year via the conference website.
The purpose of the Centennial Conference is to provide for athletic competition among institutions that share high academic aspirations and are committed to the importance of the total educational experience for students engaged in sports. Its full-time members include Bryn Mawr, Dickinson, Franklin & Marshall, Gettysburg, Haverford, McDaniel, Muhlenberg, Swarthmore, Ursinus, and Washington College, along with Johns Hopkins University.
The Conference was founded in 1981 as the Centennial Football Conference and began competition as an all-sports conference in the fall of 1993. The Conference crowns champions in 24 sports.