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Clint Eury
Clint Eury

Position:
Director of Varsity S & Sport Restricted Giving


  • Joined the staff in November 2011. Clint is the Varsity `S and Sports Restricted Giving Coordinator.
  • Prior to joining the Nittany Lion Club, Clint served as the Project Manager and Senior Recruitment and Compensation Specialist for Penn State's Office of Human Resources, from 2005-2011.
  • While working in Human Resources, he also served as a volunteer for Penn State's Intercollegiate Athletics. Most recently, he served as the Associate Director of Championships for the Penn State University Athletic Conference (PSUAC). He also served as the President of the Penn State Baseball Dugout Club from 2009-11. Currently, he serves as a board member for Penn State's Athletic Director's Leadership Institute, an organization dedicated to developing current student-athletes' leadership skills and abilities.
  • Clint was also a four-year starter for the Penn State Baseball Team. During his tenure, he served as the baseball representative for the Student-Athlete Advisory Board (SAAB). In 2005, he earned the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award and was selected to join Spiritus Leoninus, both in recognition for his academic, athletic, and community involvement.
  • Clint earned his B.S in Labor Industrial Relations in 2005 from Penn State, and earned his M.S. in Sport Management in 2009 from California University of Pennsylvania. He completed his graduate school internship with Penn State's Intercollegiate Athletics, where he served as the Business Relations and Communications intern.
  • Clint and his wife Jennifer (also a Penn State alum), currently reside in Bellefonte with their beagle Nutmeg.

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