The Ivy Sports Symposium is a major international sports symposium hosted by the universities that make up the Ivy League. It was originally called the Princeton Sports Symposium for four years (starting in 2006) and was run strictly by students at Princeton University. In 2010, it officially changed to the Ivy Sports Symposium (take a look at the impressive speaker directory). In 2011, it will be held at a campus other than Princeton, making its way to the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Also, for the first time in six years, the organizers are offering an opportunity for two individuals to get involved through a newly created fellowship program. The 2011 Ivy Sports Symposium Fellowship Program (application at the bottom of this post) intends to provide talented graduate and undergraduate students with a unique opportunity to get year-round experience working on one of the industry’s most respected events and the organization surrounding it.
In addition to filling out the application below, the organizers ask that you include your resume. Applications must be submitted by May 23, 2011. Acceptances will be announced on June 6, 2011.