By: Josh Remington, @jrem_44 A Young Professional’s first few years in the industry are often made up of short term, low pay positions such as internships or assistantships. In my own experience I have found these positions to be vital to one’s career path, yet frustrating due to their short term nature. A common fault
By: Greg Santore, Witt/Kieffer A lot of professionals in the sports business and other industries become fixated on the nuts and bolts of job searches — submitting resumes, interviewing, negotiating salary, and so on — usually at the expense of always keeping the big picture in mind. In my work recruiting sports leaders for colleges and universities, nonprofits,
By: James Gibson, @icacgibson After working in intercollegiate athletics and higher education administration for over fifteen years, I have sought out to listen to other college athletic professionals and find out their ideas for getting into the profession. Those that already work in intercollegiate sports know of the “specialness” of getting to work in college
By: Karen Freberg, @kfreberg Christmas holidays are here and it is time to relax, spend time with friends and family, and recover from the fall semester. However, the spring semester will be here before you know it, and there are always some things you can do in preparation for tackling some resolutions you want to
Even if just for fun, you will meet some of the best people ever Building a brand on social media has become increasingly important. Photo via marketingland.com We are living in a digital world. We are living in a world where screens, not people are becoming the most common method of communication. I still believe human
It what can be a tough time for many, find solace in what you like. There’s plenty of uncertainty involved in the job hunt, especially in the summer. Take some of the stress off of yourself with things that you can control. (Photo via Pexels.com) The summer can be an uncertain time for some sports professionals.