Should You Negotiate For Your Entry Level Sports Job? Work in Sports Podcast e27

Should You Negotiate For Your Entry Level Sports Job? Hi everybody, I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the WorkinSports podcast. As you get older you find yourself debating things in your head that you used to assume were a certainty. Your perspective changes, and you look back with more knowledge […]

The Ins and Outs of Being a Sports Reporter – Work in Sports Podcast e026

Veteran Sports Reporter Bryan Salmond Joins the Show to Discuss His Viewpoint on Becoming a Sports Reporter Hi everybody, I’m Brian Clapp, Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the WorkinSports podcast… So far we’ve had 15 sports industry expert interviews and when I first started laying out this concept, I figured I’d hit […]

Should You Follow Up After a Job Application? Work in Sports Podcast e25

Should You Follow Up With an Employer After You Apply for Their Job Opening? Our 25th episode! We’re all grown up. Let’s handle a QA session question from John in upstate New York: Hey Brian, this is John from upstate New York, I’ve been applying for a bunch of jobs lately and I’m wondering if […]

Seven Tips to Help Prepare for Your Job Search – Work in Sports Podcast e024

Getting Ready to Hit the Job Market? Here are Seven Things You Need to do First. Our fan question this week come in from Pam in Florida: I’m getting ready to start my job search in preparation for graduating in the spring …what should I start doing now to set myself up to be ready in […]

How Do You Learn Sports Specific Skills? Work in Sports Podcast e023

Do You Want to Become a Professional Scout? An Agent? A Coach? A General Manager? How Do You Learn Those Sports Specific Skills? Dr. Lynn Lashbrook, President and Founder of Sports Management Worldwide joins us on the podcast to explain his unique approach to teaching thousands of students around the globe specific sports industry skills. […]

Are Sports Conferences Worth Attending? Work in Sports Podcast e22

Our Monday QA Session Digs into the Value of Attending Sports Conferences Hi everybody – this week on the Monday QA session I’m answering a question from Kaylah Jackson, a grad student at Northwestern studying journalism. Kaylah wants to know if attending sports conferences are worth it: The Question: As always, I am really enjoying […]

The Role of Pro Sports Teams in Youth Development – Work in Sports Podcast e21

Detroit Lions Director of Football Education Chris Fritzsching Joins the Podcast Hi everybody — I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the Work in Sports Podcast… We are one day away from Thanksgiving, which I’ll admit kind of snuck up on me this year, but I’m not going to do some […]

Getting Back into the Sports Industry After Working Elsewhere – Work in Sports Podcast e20

Getting Back into the Sports Industry After Working Elsewhere – Work in Sports Podcast e20 Hi everybody, I’m Brian Clapp, Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the Work in Sports podcast Monday QA session. Kirsten N from Denver writes in I have been working in the sports industry in some capacity since I […]

A Terrible Trend in Job Interviewing – Work in Sports Podcast E019

A Terrible Trend in Job Interviewing – Work in Sports Podcast E019 Hello everyone – I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the Work in Sports podcast Friday QA session! This week I had a bit of an honor, I was the keynote speaker at Williamson Central High School’s career day […]

Are You Ready to Work in Baseball? Work in Sports Podcast e018

Are You Ready to Work in Baseball? Josh Rawitch, Senior VP of Content and Communication for the Arizona Diamondbacks joins us on the Work in Sports Podcast Hi, I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the WorkinSports Podcast. I had this dream early in my career that I wanted to work […]

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