Bajulaiye Named Athletics Communications and Marketing Coordinator at Babson

Bajulaiye Named Athletics Communications and Marketing Coordinator at Babson

BABSON PARK, Mass.—Babson College Associate Athletics Director for Strategic Communications Scott Dietz has announced the hiring of Temitope Bajulaiye as the Athletics Communications and Marketing Coordinator through the NCAA Division III Ethnic Minority and Women's Internship Grant Program.
 
"We are thrilled that Babson was selected as one of the NCAA grant recipients and appreciate the on-campus resources and support from those who helped make this position a reality," said Dietz. "Temi brings a breadth of experience, knowledge and understanding of athletics communications and marketing to the department. We look forward to building on the momentum of engagement and excitement around Babson Athletics and know that Temi will play a significant role in those areas, especially with our on-campus partners."
 
Bajulaiye comes to Babson after spending 2016-17 as an intern for the athletics strategic communications department at Division I Penn State University. He served as the secondary contact for field hockey, men's and women's cross country, men's volleyball, and men's and women's track & field while assisting with the Nittany Lions' marketing and social media efforts.
 
A 2016 graduate of Binghamton University with a degree in economics, Bajulaiye was a four-year member of the men's track & field squad. He was selected as the Most Outstanding Rookie at the 2013 America East Indoor Championships after winning the 500-meter dash, and earned three all-conference awards during his career.
 
As a senior at Binghamton, Bajulaiye was an intern in the Bearcats' athletics communications office where he created social media graphics, aided in the production of live sporting events, and produced a bi-weekly video series. Additionally, Bajulaiye was a social media intern at FloSports in Austin, Texas, in the summer of 2015.
 
"I am grateful for the opportunity at Babson," said Bajulaiye. "As a former collegiate athlete, I am glad to continue working within an athletic environment. I plan to use what I've learned throughout my athletic career, as well as my experiences in both the Binghamton and Penn State athletic departments, to make an impact. I look forward to making contributions throughout campus."
 
The NCAA Division III Ethnic Minority and Women's Internship Grant Program is a two-year grant program that provides funding for entry-level administrative positions at NCAA Division III schools and conference offices to encourage access, recruitment, selection and the long-term success of ethnic minorities and women.

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