HOW IT WORKS
Micconope 1851 is a fan-driven and alumni-led Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) program for Florida State University. When you commit to Micconope 1851, you’re committing to maximizing opportunities for student-athletes to build their brand and earn compensation. The foundation of Micconope 1851 is steeped in reverence for the Seminole Tribe of Florida. The word Micconope means young chief or leader in native Seminole. Pronounced: /mik-uh-no-pee/
What is Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL)?
“NIL” is the term used to associate with student-athletes’ ability to earn money off their brand, THEMSELVES. As of July 1, 2021, student-athletes across the country can now profit off their name, image, and likeness. Now, for example, a student-athlete may earn money for:
- Hosting their own football, basketball, soccer, or other sports camp!
- Partnering with and promoting a local restaurant or business!
- Having a photoshoot and autograph session!
Watch as FSU athletes inspire us to overcome adversity and succeed!
Custom Merch Available!
Greedy Vance’s line of custom merchandise is now available through Micconope 1851. Get yours now. A portion of all proceeds go directly to Greedy.
Micconope 1851 Mentor Series
The Micconope 1851 Mentor Series provides student-athletes with educational workshops, internship and networking opportunities, beyond the playing field and after graduation.
Micconope 1851 Seminole Scholarship Fund
Micconope 1851 is steadfast in its commitment in giving back to the Seminole Tribe of Florida. Help us by showing your support of the logo you so proudly wear by helping to fund a scholarship to assist a Seminole Native American attend the university that bears its name.
The Noles LASER Center
The Noles LASER (Life After Sports Employment Resources) Center is a career resource initiative dedicated to all student-athletes at Florida State University, to help in their transition from college to the working world. The LASER Center provides career guidance, resume writing assistance, and job placement services catered to the unique needs of FSU student-athletes.