The Secret To Landing a Job in Sports Marketing – Work in Sports Podcast E008

Spinning the Cam Newton Fiasco Forward and an Interview on Sports Marketing Jobs with Mark Crepeau, VP of Marketing Partnerships for the Basketball Hall of Fame Hi, this is Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and you are listening to the Work in Sports podcast. Last week Cam Newton made sexists remarks towards  female […]

Turning Your Passion For Hockey into a Career You Love

You’ve been playing hockey your entire life. It started on the street in front of your house, and then quickly shifted to the ice. You’re passion for the game is undeniable. In your eyes, hockey isn’t just a sport — it’s a way of life. Sound about right? So, how do you turn that passion […]

Earn The Master’s Degree Sports Employers Respect

Each calendar year U.S. colleges and universities award approximately 1.8 million bachelor’s degrees, an artful piece of paper delivered with a handshake and framed for a lifetime spent on parent’s walls. But after the handshake, most in graduating glory begin to hear the clock ticking in their head. Like a stopwatch racing towards zero, the […]

Philadelphia Eagles Talent Acquisition Manager Colleen Scoles Shares What Pro Teams Look for When Hiring – Work in Sports Podcast E5

Work in Sports Podcast Episode 5 – Philadelphia Eagles Talent Acquisition Manager Colleen Scoles Hi, Welcome to the Work in Sports Podcast – I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports. My job is to use my experience in the sports industry to share ideas with you on how to make your way in sports. […]

Bonus Work in Sports Podcast – CNN’s Brooke Baldwin Shuts Down Fox Sports Radio’s Clay Travis During Segment on Sexism and Racism

Bonus Podcast – Fox Sports Radio’s Clay Travis Shows What Stupidity Looks Like I’m doing this bonus podcast because I’m mad – really mad – and this is my chance to rant a bit and release some steam. I’ll let you know this is about Fox Sports radio host Clay Travis’ appearance on CNN this […]

Why You Need to Focus on Networking for Your Sports Career – Work in Sports Podcast E004

Podcast Interview with Arizona Diamondbacks Mascot and Author of Don’t Sleep on Planes, Zachary Hall Hi! Welcome to the Work in Sports podcast – I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for Work in Sports – today on the podcast we have Arizona Diamondbacks mascot and author of Don’t Sleep on Planes, Zachary Hall. A little […]

How Millennials Plan to Take Over the Sports Industry – Work in Sports Podcast E003

Millennials in the Sports Workplace – An Inside Look with Taylor Carmichael, WorkinSports.com Intern Hi I’m Brian Clapp and this is the Work in Sports Podcast – I’m going to let you in on a little secret, I’m a 42-year old dude. I’m in that phase where I think I’m young, but my kids remind […]

How to Choose the Right College for the Sports Industry – Work in Sports Podcast E002

Podcast Interview with J.D. Pruess – Sports Producer, American Ninja Warrior In the last few years since we launched our blog on WorkinSports.com we’ve received over 10,000 questions about the sport industry from our user base and the sports community at large. I try my best to answer them all big and small, but it […]

Careers in Sports Sales Are Your Ticket into the Sports Industry – Work in Sports Podcast E001

Sports Sales Careers Are Your Ticket into the Sports Industry – Work in Sports Podcast E001 Say the word sales and most people have a negative reaction. Yep you just felt it in your chest right as I said it… in fact, you are probably considering stopping this podcast already, thinking this will not help […]

How to Separate Yourself from the Competition

The classroom is a sterile environment – desks, chairs, blackboards, projections – all jammed into a room built on a 30-degree angle, intent on leaning your focus and attention towards the front. At the front, a wise person speaks. They have insight, experience and honed intellect. Their office is adorned with framed documents declaring their […]

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