Sports Job Application Tracking Sheet

I’ve never been a very organized person at heart. My mind is a scattered mess of tangents and multi-tasking, and don’t get me started on the condition of my work environment. (It’s a mix of empty coffee mugs, papers with random notes, cords for podcasting, and shirts for impromptu zoom calls – there I said […]

Does Anyone Read Your Cover Letter? (And a Bunch on NIL Rights)

Hey everybody, I’m Brian Clapp VP of Content and Engaged Learning at and this is the Work In Sports podcast… Before we get into the stat line — I want to whet your appetite for January podcasts. December continues to be the Best of 2020 — this Wednesday, Tim Duncan Athletic Director for the […]

The Secret Weapon You Aren’t Utilizing Enough – Work In Sports Podcast

Hey everybody, I’m Brian Clapp VP of Content and Engaged learning for and this is the Work In Sports podcast… I apologize for not having a Friday podcast last week. I have to say, Friday was the first day of this quarantine that my kids were really struggling. They’ve been incredible this whole time, […]

The Best Way to Show Off Your Soft Skills – Work In Sports Podcast

Hey It’s Brian — Typical sports guy, I grew up in the 80s and 90s loving Georgetown Basketball — watching Alonzo Mourning, Dikembe Mutombo, and even Patrick Ewing play games against Syracuse was like a dream Saturday afternoon for me in the winters of my youth. Funny thing is as a sports fan you don’t […]

Why Most People Stink at Cover Letters and How You Can Be Better – Work in Sports podcast E064

Hiring managers are tired of your boring cover letter. Listen in to this podcast to break the cover letter formula and start writing in a way people want to read. Hi everybody I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for and this is the WorkinSports podcast… It’s time to talk about cover letters. Everybody’s good […]

How to use Your Cover Letter to Tell the Right Story

The fact that employers in the sports industry expect you to have a versatile and diverse skill set comes as no surprise – but how do you show them you have what it takes? We have an idea you need to incorporate into your next cover letter: WIS demonstrate versatility [bctt tweet=”How to Use Your […]