Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh has accepted an invitation to speak at Stevenson University’s commencement ceremony this coming May, the school announced last week. The only people who will be permitted to attend will be the students who are graduating and their family and friends, therefore this will not be a public event that just anyone can go to. Stevenson feels honored to have a big name like the coach of the Baltimore Ravens attend their graduations, and based on his past guest speaking events it seems likely that he will give a talk to motivate the audience so that they can have successful starts to their careers outside of school.
The Super Bowl-wnning coach first started his career coaching and administrating with sports at a very young age of 22 years old when he worked as an assistant running backs coach and assistant outside linebackers coach for Western Michigan University. He transitioned his career path into the NFL in 1998 when he became their defensive back coach and special teams coordinator for the Philadelphia Eagles before becoming the head coach for the Baltimore Ravens in 2008, with whom he led to the Super Bowl XLVII championship. He has a brother who is also a NFL coach, and the two of them met up in the 2013 Super Bowl against each other.
Harbaugh will be speaking at Stevenson University on May 21 for their commencement ceremonies to congratulate the class of 2015. The speech will only be for the students and their invited guests, so public admission won’t be allowed.
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