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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (Nov. 21, 2023)—–Twenty-eight current and former Southeastern Conference student-athletes will participate in the eighth annual SEC Career Tour Nov. 28-30 in Atlanta.

The goal of the career tour is to provide exposure for SEC student-athletes who are seeking career opportunities in various fields. The program allows student-athletes to connect with human resource recruiters and submit resumes for entry-level jobs, internships and gain valuable knowledge of professional branding.

The group is scheduled to visit the headquarters and meet with executives at several corporations and organizations in the Atlanta area including Mercedes Benz Stadium, Jackson Spalding, Microsoft, Learfield and Trilith Studios.

The 28 student-athletes will begin the three-day event at the site of the SEC Championship Game where they will meet with Mercedes-Benz Stadium staff and take a tour of the facility. Also included on the agenda during the week is a visit with SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey and executive coaching by Randy Hain, founder and president of Servian Partners and co-founder of the Leadership Foundry.

For more information on the SEC Career Tour, including a list of past participants, visit A list of the 2023 SEC Career Tour participants follows:

2023 SEC Career Tour Participants

Victoria Schmer (Alabama volleyball)

Will Hodo (Alabama baseball)

Amber Anning (Arkansas women’s track & field)

Foster Rogers (Arkansas men’s tennis)

Ali Despain (Auburn women’s tennis)

Hallie Rush (Auburn equestrian)

Chloe Hyde (Florida women’s track & field/cross country)

Jalen Chance (Florida men’s track & field)

Hayley Freeman (Georgia equestrian)

Josh Stinson (Georgia baseball)

Bryanna Lucas (Kentucky women’s track & field/cross country)

Zane Rosely (Kentucky men’s swimming & diving)

Ellie Shank (LSU beach volleyball)

Luke Witte (LSU men’s track & field)

Abigail Green (Ole Miss women’s track & field)

M’Leah Lambdin (Ole Miss rifle)

Riley Hull (Mississippi State softball)

Sema’J Daniels (Mississippi State men’s track & field)

Euphenie Andre (Missouri women’s track & field)

Marc Poland Jr. (Missouri men’s track & field)

Gabi Reed (South Carolina women’s swimming & diving)

Shahar Biran (South Carolina women’s tennis)

Aleksey Tarasenko (Tennessee men’s swimming & diving)

Jaida Thomas (Tennessee soccer)

Braedon Mowry (Texas A&M football)

Deborah Acquah (Texas A&M track and field)

Holly Staff (Vanderbilt women’s tennis)

Taiya Shelby (Vanderbilt track and field)

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