Team USA skeleton athlete Morgan Tracey and the USOC Athlete Career Program

In today’s USOC Athlete Career Program video, Team USA skeleton athlete Morgan Tracey talks about her sport, her life off the track, and her partnership with the USOC Athlete Career Program, sponsored by Adecco. When she isn’t training on the ice, Morgan is an AmeriCorps volunteer, a wild land firefighter and also works as a Legal Assistant for GE Capital.

Click here to learn more about the USOC Athlete Career Program sponsored by Adecco, which helps aspiring Olympic and Paralympic athletes find flexible work opportunities that afford them the time and financial resources necessary to train and prepare for competition.


Team USA Speedskaters Heather Richardson, Kelly Gunther and the USOC Athlete Career Program

In today’s USOC Athlete Career Program video, Team USA Speedskaters Heather Richardson & Kelly Gunther talk about their partnership with the USOC Athlete Career Program, sponsored by Adecco. When they aren’t training on the ice, Heather and Kelly work in the kitting department at GE Healthcare Surgery in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Click here to learn more about the USOC Athlete Career Program sponsored by Adecco, which helps aspiring Olympic and Paralympic athletes find flexible work opportunities that afford them the time and financial resources necessary to train and prepare for competition.


Team USA skeleton athlete Veronica Day and the USOC Athlete Career Program

In today’s USOC Athlete Career Program video, Veronica Day  talks about her life as a “slider” for Team USA’s skeleton squad, and her partnership with the USOC Athlete Career Program, sponsored by Adecco. When she isn’t training on the track, Veronica works remotely as a marketing & events coordinator for Adecco Staffing in Lake Placid, New York. She loves the fact that she can help Adecco give back to local communities through the Win for Youth Program.

Click here to learn more about the USOC Athlete Career Program sponsored by Adecco, which helps aspiring Olympic and Paralympic athletes find flexible work opportunities that afford them the time and financial resources necessary to train and prepare for competition.


Team USA Speedskater Patrick Meek and the USOC Athlete Career Program

In today’s USOC Athlete Career Program video, Patrick Meek talks about his life as a speedskater for Team USA, and his partnership with the USOC Athlete Career Program, sponsored by Adecco. When he isn’t training on the ice, Patrick works as a concierge and in valet services at the Waldorf Astoria in Park City, Utah.

Click here to learn more about the USOC Athlete Career Program sponsored by Adecco, which helps aspiring Olympic and Paralympic athletes find flexible work opportunities that afford them the time and financial resources necessary to train and prepare for competition.


USOC Athlete Career Program: Diversity of thought

Adecco recruits and retains a dynamic workforce — where people are recognized for their abilities and career goals.  We’ve partnered with the USOC for the Athlete Career Program — a program which helps aspiring Olympic and Paralympic athletes find work that allows them the flexibility and financial resources to train.

With over 70,000 associates on assignment, Adecco supports initiatives that promote diversity. In this video blog entitled “Diversity of thought”, find out how participation in the Athlete Career Program can assist in your company’s diverse workforce.

Click here to learn more about the USOC Athlete Career Program sponsored by Adecco.


Team USA Speedskater Travis Jayner and the USOC Athlete Career Program

In today’s USOC Athlete Career Program video, 2010 U.S. Olympic Bronze Medalist Travis Jayner talks about his life as a speedskater for Team USA, and his partnership with the USOC Athlete Career Program, sponsored by Adecco. When he isn’t training on the ice, Travis works as a bellhop and valet assistant at the Waldorf Astoria in Park City, Utah.

Click here to learn more about the USOC Athlete Career Program sponsored by Adecco, which helps aspiring Olympic and Paralympic athletes find flexible work opportunities that afford them the time and financial resources necessary to train and prepare for competition.


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