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Employment/Internship Exit Survey
Do you confirm that the details of this employment arrangement/internship that were originally provided – and included in the email with this form for reference – are accurate (e.g., duties, rate of pay, other benefits provided)?
What details changed?
BY ELECTRONICALLY SIGNING THIS STATEMENT, THE EMPLOYER CERTIFIES THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ARE TRUE:
• The student-athlete did not receive any remuneration for the value or utility that the student-athlete may have for the business because of the publicity, reputation, fame or personal following he or she has obtained because of athletics ability. • The student-athlete was compensated only for work actually performed. • The student-athlete was compensated at a rate commensurate with the going rate in this locality for similar services. • The employer agrees to make copies of all documents, earning statements and other records related to the student-athlete's employment available for review and inspection by an authorized representative of the NCAA, the Southeastern Conference or the University of Georgia.
ADDITIONALLY, BY SIGNING BELOW, THE EMPLOYER UNDERSTANDS THAT NCAA RULES PROHIBIT A CONTINUED RELATIONSHIP WITH A STUDENT-ATHLETE:
• The student-athlete cannot receive any benefits from the employer after the term of employment has ended. This includes, but is not limited to: meals, transportation and special access (e.g. employee club seats at sporting events) • The student-athlete's name, image and likeness cannot appear in any advertisements or promotions for the employer. • The student-athlete cannot provide the employer with complimentary tickets or exchange any other athletic gear or awards. • There are also steps you can take to remain above even the appearance of impropriety. Former employers, boosters, and fans should refrain from contact with student-athletes outside of university functions. While such contact with student-athletes is not impermissible per se, it can often lead to enhanced scrutiny of our athletics program and possibly even an NCAA investigation.
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