NU vs Stanford Football and the Launch of the NUBAA Athletic Student Based Initiative

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For Immediate Release.
August, 28th 2015 –Evanston, Il.,  Milwaukee, WI., Los Angeles, CA.
Collegiate Athlete GAMECHANGERS would like to announce a Strategic Partnership with the Northwestern University Black Alumni Association (NUBAA). CAG is a non-profit group consisting of former collegiate athletes and industry leaders in business and academia that provide scholastic and personal enrichment opportunities to middle and high school student athletes. CAG also helps graduating collegiate athletes transition into a sustainable meaningful life after athletics. Over the course of the 2015-16 academic calendar, NUBAA plans to roll-out an “on-campus” Northwestern University Student Based Initiative for undergraduates in the areas of summer jobs and mentor-ships and for graduates in the areas of apprenticeships and job placement.
NUBAA has asked CAG to participate in the process of delivering these quality programs to both current and former Northwestern University collegiate athletes.

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To celebrate the collaboration on this initiative, CAG and NUBAA are having a joint “2015 Season of Success!” Pre-Game celebration to be held on the Terrace of Welsh-Ryan Arena, overlooking Ryan field, on Saturday, September 5th, from 9 am until Noon (Central Time) before the NU vs Stanford season opener!
The event will be catered. The game starts at 11 am. There will be plenty of time to chat about the vision of both CAG & NUBAA, and about the various ways to combine the intellectual currency of both groups in achieving one simple goal: making a difference in the lives of the next generation of leaders!
The Northwestern University Black Alumni Association is continually looking for ways to add value to the Northwestern Student experience. Please join us across our template of services. Contact us to find out how.

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