October 13, 2005 - by
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NCAA Bylaw [Student-Athlete Employment at Camp or Clinic] A student-athlete who is employed in any sports camp or clinic must meet the following requirements:

(a) The student-athlete must perform duties that are of a general supervisory character in addition to any coaching or officiating assignments.

(b) Compensation provided to the student-athlete shall be commensurate with the going rate for camp or clinic counselors of like teaching ability and camp or clinic experience and may not be paid on the basis of the value that the student-athlete may have for the employer because of the athletics reputation or fame the student-athlete has achieved. It is not permissible to establish varying levels of compensation for a student-athlete employed in a sports camp or clinic based on the level of athletics skills of the student-athlete.

(c) A student-athlete who only lectures or demonstrates at a camp/clinic may not receive compensation for his or her appearance at the camp/clinic.

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