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GMTM Grad Assistant NIL Deal

ByLeland Dutcher

Published on Thu Aug 26 2021

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2 min read

GMTM Grad Assistant NIL Deal

Graduate Assistants are often some of the hardest working and most underappreciated staff members on the field. We want to change that and help set you up for later success by launching our first Grad Assistant NIL Deal.

We are offering $100+ to any GA working in any collegiate sport who completes these 3 steps.

Step 1

Starting out, you need a GMTM Profile. You may already have one if you are a former college athlete or recruiting prospect, in which case you do not need another, simply sign in and give it a refresh for what's happening in your career today.

If you're new to GMTM, we are a athlete exposure platform to help connect talented players to coaches, you can create an account here. It's crucial that both athletes and coaches keep their GMTM profile up to date with content they want to showcase their ability. For Coaches, networking with other programs is how they get noticed and an opportunity to move up. That's where you come in...

You're now one or two career moves away from a coaching job which means soon you will need to find the talented players to make your institution successful. Our software is used by coaches across the nation so we're getting you in on the ground floor so you can maximize your use of it and make that career leep sooner.

Take a look at Brent Key from Georgia Tech, Joey Grant GMTM CEO or Bryn Renner of FIU's profile for some inspiration in creating yours.

Step 2

240 Character's isn't enough to recap the experience and ambition you have as a GA.  After getting your GMTM Profile locked and loaded - share it out on social media and put the link to what is now your Coaching Resume in your bios.

You're almost $100 richer...

Step 3

For your final step - get in touch with us via email or social media and include a link to your handy new profile. Let us know you're ready for step 3 and we'll give you a choice between three tasks which take around 5 or 10 minutes to complete.

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Create a free profile to access the largest network specifically designed to connect athletes to opportunities. Get started.

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