Four Ways to get the Most out of Your Sports Internship

The sweat starts at your brow, but as soon as you recognize its existence you feel it grow. A small spot in your lower back, an area you aren’t used to feeling much of anything, now trickles with a slow stream of liquid nervousness. The warm tingle of excitement is rapidly turning to a heart-beating, […]

Aspiring Sports Broadcasters – Listen Up!

There are fine lines, subtleties some might say, between successful sports broadcasters who rapidly climb the market ladder and the myriad of voices and faces that stay put in the small market netherworld. After 25 years of major market sports broadcasting experience and talent coaching, David Brody can diagnose the difference. “I can’t tolerate arrogance,” says […]

Sports Jobs Q&A: What Type of Sports Internships Should I Pursue?

Our weekly Sports Jobs Q&A column has gone VIDEO! We thought it would be fun to mix things up a little, a least for this week. If you have a question you’d like us to conquer please add it to the comments below. WIS types of internships.MTS Video Transcript: “Sports Jobs Q&A: What Type of […]

Going From Sports Internship to Sports Job

Connecting the dots. It’s logical that completing a sports internship would lead to getting a job with the same company after graduation, right? You’ve shown your skills, work ethic, versatility, adaptability and let’s be honest, a willingness to do some boring tasks. “Of our new hires, I’d say about 90% were former interns,” says former […]

Video: Finding the Right Kind of Sports Internships

Internships are an incredibly important part of starting a career in sports. You gain work experience, exposure to situations and environments you may never have encountered before, start building a network – the benefits go on and on. But because you may only have the chance to do 3 – 4 internships while in school, […]

The Seven Deadly Sins of Sports Internships

If you are going to get hired in the sports industry the first step is interning…and so is the second step and the third. Think of it this way, if you were in charge of hiring someone for an entry level position with a NFL team, would you rather hire the person that: A: Had […]

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