Continuing education programs are for currently training and retired Team USA athletes looking to further their education by obtaining a degree or certificate.  The programs listed below have a relationship with the ACE program and offer 'athlete friendly' opportunities. Often, they will include tuition assistance or scholarship opportunities.

Register with ACE to see all available programs. Contact for more information.

Tuck Business School Certificate Program For Elite Athletes and Veterans

Dartmouth College | April 5-16, 2020


Next Step: Transition to Business is a new executive education program for U.S. military veterans and Olympic, Paralympic and elite athletes who are preparing to take the next step in their careers. Hosted on the Tuck Business School and Dartmouth College campuses April 5-16, 2020, the 1.5-week certificate program is built around three main themes – professional acumen, business leadership, and career development. Applications are now closed.

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Exciting new program available now through a partnership with General Assembly and The Adecco Group; official sponsor of ACE and the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee.

We are offering free enrollment in General Assembly’s Discover Social Media course for any eligible athlete who is interested. This is a five-hour hour course intended to teach the foundational skills needed to establish a social media presence. This course contains 18 lessons on topics including social media strategy, social media channels, and influencer marketing. This course is perfect for anyone looking to get a better understanding of social media strategy and marketing.

To enroll, email Megan Walther at indicating your interest.

Olympians and Paralympians who are academically qualified and interested in pursuing a career in Chiropractic can apply to receive a full or partial academic scholarship through the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic (FICS) World Olympian Scholarship Program to one of 10 schools participating in the program across the U.S. and Canada.



Participating Schools

Southern California University of Health Science
Whittier, California

National University of Health Sciences
Lombard, Illinois

University of Western States
Portland, Oregon

New York Chiropractic College

Life University
Marietta, Georgia

Logan University
Chesterfield, Missouri

Northwestern Health Sciences University
Bloomington, Minnesota

Parker University
Dallas, Texas

Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
Ontario, Canada


ACE connects a pipeline of dedicated, focused and world-class athletes, who are committed to excellence with higher education opportunities. By offering tuition assistance, online, flexible and various education opportunities, institutions can play an important role in helping U.S. athletes transition from being a member of Team USA to a valuable member of the business world. If you’re interested in joining the network of institutions providing learning experiences to Team USA athletes, contact

Whether an athlete is currently retired from their respective sport, or thinking about what life beyond being a world class athlete will look like, ACE is here to help and support them. Click "Learn More" to view the menu of services and resources available for athletes managing life after elite competitive sport.

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