Learn four proven approaches (with examples) for writing a cover letter introduction that will grab employers’ attention and get you more interviews.
Do you ask different follow up questions during an internship interview vs a full-time job interview. YES! Learn more on this episode of the WorkInSports podcast
Work in Sports podcast host Brian Clapp explains how to follow up effectively after a job interview
If you nailed the first interview and they asked you back for a second job interview, how do you prepare for that experience? We've got you covered!
Preparation matters! Here's how to practice for your next job interview from Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp -- some great ideas in here!
Video Interviews are the emerging sports hiring trend of 2021 - how do you prepare and handle this virtual interview process? Listen to Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp for advice!
The key to landing the sports job of your dreams... handling behavioral interview questions. Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp explains
Work in Sports podcast host Brian Clapp takes you through a Masterclass in Phone Interviews
Jobs are remote, interviews are on zoom - how does this affect the hiring process? We've got your answer: Emphasize these Skills in Your Remote Interviews
Right now, employers are relying on remote hiring techniques, and you know what, this may be permanent. Let's get you prepared on how to handle these interviews!
This coronavirus outbreak will change the way we do things moving forward -- expect more video job interviews. Let's share some tips how to nail a video job interview in this podcast episode!
We walk through some difficult interview questions and explain WHY they are asked by interviewers during this episode of the Work in Sports podcast
Group interviews are becoming more and more common in the sports industry. Here's our advice on how to be the stand-out candidate during a group interview.
When you exude confidence in your job interviews, it gives the employer confidence in hiring you. Here's how to do it!
When you have an upcoming sports job interview you need to do research into the company! How? Listen to this video and find out!
In this Work in Sports podcast episode host Brian Clapp shares seven types of research you should complete for every job interview.
Work in Sports podcast QA session -- is there a hiring season for sports jobs? We go deep!
Check out this replay of our Facebook LIVE session dedicated to sharing advice for your next sports job interview. Nail the job interview - get the JOB!
Every interviewer starts with "So tell me a little something about yourself" -- why do they ask this and how should I answer it? We've got you covered.
Phone interviews are the pre-screening of choice for most sports employers, so how do you nail the phone interview so you can get the face-to-face one?
Want to know the secret to improving your likability with potential employers? We have it on this episode of the Work in Sports podcast.
Three great questions this week about job interviewing... so I'm handling them all in this big episode.
If you are struggling on job interview we have some tips and guidance to help you through your next job interview
The standard job interview questions may seem old and tired, but you need to nail them to get the job. We give you the strategies you need.
Seven seconds - that's how long it takes for someone to determine your fit. On a job interview, that's your magic window - how do you nail that moment?
You know it's coming during your job interview: "What is your biggest weakness?" How do you answer? We have a strategy for that!
Video job interviews are a reality of present and the future. So how do you handle a video job interview? Listen in to the Work in Sports podcast.
Job interviews always end with "so what questions do you have for me?" We discuss 5 questions you should be asking at the end.
We all get nervous on job interviews - here are some strategies and tactics to help you deal with nerves and put your best self forward
Digital Job Interviews are a trend coming to your town, but they are awful, we explain this terrible trend in job interviewing on the work in sports podcast
Valuable advice for sports job interviews - how to prepare and what to expect on this weeks Work in Sports Podcast Monday QA Session
Here are three job interview tips for sports careers. When you know what to expect you can be at your best!
You may think it's superficial to think you'll be graded on your appearance in an interview - but it's true - so follow these tips.
A massive amount of job interviews take place digitally, so it's time to make sure you are prepared for your next video interview:
The Worst Interview Technique Ever, I was stunned to find out companies are conducting interview in this manner and I think you will be too
Follow our fashion tips to help make sure you make the right impression on your sports job interview
Sports Jobs Q & A: Getting that first sports job is one of the most exciting parts of your career - here's some advice to nail your interview
Asking questions isn't reserved for sports reporters, we all ask questions especially during job interviews. Here are techniques to guarantee good answers.
Sports job rejection - we all deal with it. But how do you turn a negative into a positive? Guest author Alison Myers has a few great ideas
An informational interview is one of the most underutilized tools by job seekers, especially in the sports industry and sports jobs
A Job Interview Panel doesn't have to be intimidating, follow these tips and you'll see it's just a chance to impress 10 people at once!
Recently graduated? Set yourself up for a successful job search with these useful career resources, tips, and templates.
If you have taken a job that may not fit your career plan, but does fulfill your current needs, we discuss How to Handle Taking an "Off-Track" Job on the Work in Sports podcast
Best-Selling author Fawn Germer joins host Brian Clapp on the Work in Sports podcast to discuss career strategies that work in the current employment environment
Check out this step-by-step breakdown of how to turn your sports management degree into a focused sports career - learn about your sports career options!
Three Essential Skills that will Differentiate You From the Competition as presented by Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp
Joan Lynch, Chief Content and Programming Officer at WorkingNation joins Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp to discuss the Future of Work -
Part 4 of our Moving Forward series discusses breaking down barriers to entry for minorities in the sportsbiz and how our perception of progress lines up with reality.
Sports Internships are important and competitive, so how do you stand out when you are applying for sports internships? We have some ideas.
Part 3 of our four-part series on social justice through the eyes of 10 young diverse aspiring sports professionals
Work In Sports presents Moving Forward Part 2: Everyone Has a Role - 10 young, diverse, aspiring sports professionals join host Brian Clapp to discuss social justice and the role sports plays.
The Work in Sports podcast presents moving Forward, a 4-part series exploring social justice reform through the lens of the sports industry.
Work in Sports podcast host Brian Clapp explains the traits you need for sports industry success and the difference between hard work and competitiveness
Raleigh Anne Gray is the Sr. Dir. of Athlete Exchange at Wasserman and the CEO and Founder of Must Love Sports. She joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast to discuss how to help young professionals, explain Athlete Exchange and provide incredible sports career advice!
Where Do You Fit in the Sports Industry? Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp provides some strategies to help you determine your fit in the sports industry?
It's the most frequent question we receive -- "I love sports, what should I do for my career" listen to this episode of the Work In Sports podcast for some ideas
Student-athletes struggle to get the experience necessary to enter the sports workforce, but Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp has ideas to help
Learn how to write an effective entry-level resume with examples for specific situations including a new graduate resume with no work experience.
Internships are not a "check the box" event - learn ow to get the most out of your sports internship experiences on the Work In Sports podcast!
How do you gain experience so that you can land competitive internships? Check out this episode of the Work In Sports podcast and learn tips to help you stand out
Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp shares his system for helping people discover their career fit in the sports industry.
Brian Clapp, VP of Content and Engaged Learning at WorkInSports.com answers a fan question on choosing the right sports job
Turning an internship into a full-time job in sports, that's the goal of today's Work in Sports podcast.
Going from internship to full-time role, that's the goal! We explain some techniques and strategies to get you there in this week's Work In Sports podcast
A question I've been getting a lot lately: Does A Masters Make Me Overqualified for Sports Jobs? Let's discuss.
Making sure you have the right attitude and perspective for sports careers - our focus on this episode of the Work in Sports podcast!
How do you earn a full-time role after an internship or a seasonal role finishes up? Great topic! Listen
Where you choose to go to school is extremely important, but does it determine your sports career success? We investigate.
Once you've done a couple of sports internships how do you maximize the rest of your college experience to be ready for the sports industry?
Feeling the pressure of defining your career? Step one take a deep breath. Step two, listen to this episode of the Work in Sports podcast
Have questions about your sports career? Listen in to this jumbo sports career focused QA session held at the university of Florida. Listen in!
Here are seven things you need to do in college to prepare for your sports career
Why do some entry level jobs want 2 years experience? What do they mean by experience and should I bother applying? Good Question! Let's get into it
Before you finish your sports internship here are a few things you need to do! Work in Sports podcast episode 103
Wondering how to get the most out of your summer sports internship - we have the answer on the Work in Sports podcast
What if you could use data to figure out how you fit in the sports industry? This weeks guest Dr. Samuel Todd is trying exactly that. Listen and learn.
Fan of the show asks - who is that guy helping out Lisa Salters on her live shot? We break down the job, role and education of a field producer
Many parents don't take your idea of a sports career seriously - how do you convince them the sports industry is the place to be? We have a strategy for that.
We have a massive problem with the way we handle internships and it's creating a great divide in the workforce - we explain on this podcast episode
Five sports jobs Millennials are particularly well suited for, and a discussion on the communication breakdown between hiring managers and Millennials.
Sports internships and entry level jobs are huge opportunities, but I'm sorry, too many of you are messing up. Listen in to this episode for advice.
If you are looking to land your first sports internship but have little to no sports experience, how do you get the gig? Good question. Listen for the answer.
If you want to work in the sports industry, should you get your Master's? The data looks obvious, but it's never that simple.
Sports internships for sports careers are so important, but how do you do them the right way? What is the strategy for successful sports internships? We know.
On the podcast I explain five things I wish I had done differently or better early in my sports career
Learn about the distinct advantage a student athlete has in landing a job in sports... but only if they follow some important advice first.
Sports fans want to know -- what are the best entry level jobs for sports fans? We do a deep dive into entry level sports jobs on the podcast. Listen in!
Here are the three top teams to work for in sports. If you are looking to break into sports here are three great organization to give it a go!
Think it's hard to get a job in hockey? We have a few ideas that will let you turn your passion for hockey into a career
Not all sports management programs are created equal - in this podcast episode we outline the criteria you should use in selecting the right program
Considering a Master's in Sport Management? Look for a program with seasoned faculty, an advanced curriculum & local business partners - we have one in mind
The sports industry is competitive, the online masters in sports leadership at Northeastern utilizes experiential learning to give you a leg up
Those who are given greatness don't always appreciate it. But walk-on's, those who battle for every success, are the model to follow in your sports career.
High school will give you a good educational foundation, but it is college that gives you the specifics you need to thrive in the sports industry. We explain.
Interns don't know who they are, or how to work in a business environment yet, but if they pay attention to the greats they can figure out a lot.
Sports Management Worldwide hosts multiple career conferences throughout the year - learn who is hiring, what they are looking for and build your network
Everyone tells you to think big, dream big, visualize big...but what if that is terrible advice? One NFL coach seems to think so.
The Duke Athletic Department is offering up a full-time job, with high demands and vast requirements -- but they left one very important part out.
Playing sports has a myriad of positive effects on your health and well being -- but also on your social and emotional development. We explain.
Sports internships are incredibly valuable but we so often only see them from the eyes of a student, lets flip the conversation shall we?
More women are playing sports and identifying themselves as sports fans, but they aren't breaking into the front office as fast as they should - we examine
When the cheering stops, what is an athlete to do? They start a new career! Here are five of the most popular careers after athletes retire
The sports industry is rapidly changing - to make it in the industry you need a brain for sports business and we know how you can get one.
In sports leadership is often confused with yelling, or being the most visible, but in truth leadership takes much more and is so important.
Sports analytics have taken the sports world by storm and now they are being added to a college curriculum
There is no one route to a successful sports career, sometimes you need to take on a global challenge - we explain
You have a love of athletics, well why not make it a career? Here are just a few professions you can strive for that keep your love of sports in mind
Sports and the military have great parallels, we asked our audience to share their stories and they came back with some great stuff
Sports jobs require more than just hard skills, they require soft skills. Our expert panel discusses the most important soft skills for sports jobs
Sports play a huge role in the education of our youth, we explain in this guest post for athletic director and football coach Erick Streelman
Employers get to make the majority of decisions, but there are a few choices you get to make that can change the future of your sports career - we explain
Inside Sales reps in professional sports have a very difficult road to success, but it'll be much easier if you read this guide to help you along the way!
Sometimes the best place to start your sports career isn't the most glamorous, but it provides you the best opportunity to learn and gain experience - we explain
Sports sales jobs may evoke a negative reaction in people who assume sales jobs don't fit them, but if you want to work in sports the recipe is clear
Sports careers start with sports internships and the best way to be at your best is by leveraging technology - we feature 12 apps made for sports interns
Our weekly Sports Jobs Q&A deals with two important topics this week - internships and choosing the right college program
A Sports career requires special skills that need to be developed and mastered - we outline five skills you should focus on in order to get hired
A Masters of Athletic Administration focuses specifically on the skills and strategies that make successful middle and high school athletic administrators
A sports management degree can take you from fan to business person, in an industry that makes you excited to go to work everyday.
Want to work in sports but not sure how to get started? Here are five entry level sports jobs that have incredible career growth potential
The sports industry is ever-changing and urgent, but there are many rewards from working in sports
There isn't just one way to find success in sports business - matter of fact, guest author George Perry presents a plan to save a lot of money on school
What strategy should yo uuse to get an entry level sports job? We have a few options see what fits you best
It's next to impossible to become a pro athlete, but that shouldn't stop you from having a sports career - these 6 options may be your best:
A great way to work in the sports industry is by working in sales, what better way that to work for your favorite sports team in the ticket sales department!
Wondering what it's really like to intern with a pro Baseball team? Learn from one students experience with the Richmond Flying Squirrels
Sports production jobs are exciting, ever-changing and have a high career ceiling - we highlight skills and attributes needed to make it big
A sports internship is much more than just a requirement to graduate and an excuse to leave campus - learn how to get the most out of the opportunity
Sports Internships are the lynch pin to success - guest weiter Mallory Zoe provides her tips for sports internship success
One of our most popular articles is on entry level sports jobs with growth potential - we're revisiting that concept with five more great sports careers
Not all Sports Management programs are created alike - we show you how to pick and choose the best
Employers want experience but sitting in a college classroom doesn't seem to count. Here are 7 ways to gain sports industry experience while in school
To advance in the sports industry takes more that super fandom, it takes intellect, passion and experience - we show you how to develop each attribute
Learn how to work in space and you will be a dream employee - we explain what that means
MIllennials in the workplace get a bad rep but when you look at the facts we need them now more than ever
Want a career in sports? Better start taking some action steps while you are in college - here are a few we suggest
Careers in exercise and sports science are increasing, learn more about these intellectually and physically stimulating careers
Sports Sales Careers are often the best way to break into the sports industry, and an upcoming event may really help get your primed and ready
Sports jobs are influenced by market conditions and the new NBA TV deal changed them dramatically. We breakdown where the sports jobs will increase
Sports Sales Jobs can be a great way to break into the sports industry, but that doesn't mean it's easy - learn more about this great sports career
Does being a college athlete help you in your career? We say yes and give 5 good reasons why
Sports Jobs are the focus of our weekly advice column, this week we help a young student develop a sports career game plan- check it out!
Is Mark Cuban Right About Sports Management Degrees? He says they are a waste, we asked a panel of sports industry experts for their opinion - what is yours?
To advance your sports career you need more education, but you are working so it's hard to fit in...you could be an ideal candidate for an online degree
Three ideas for sports jobs perfectly tailored for former student-athletes - we'll help yo on your journey!
Volunteering at sports events can be extremely beneficial to your career guest author Alison Myers shares what she learned volunteering at the Super Bowl
Completing a Sports Internship doesn't mean you will get a sports job - find out the steps you need to take to make it to the next level of your career
Have you considered Volunteering at Sporting Events? Guest author Alison Myers volunteered at the Super Bowl and is sharing the pluses and minuses
This weeks sports jobs Q&A deals with advancing in sports broadcasting and making the most of multiple Masters degrees. Sports Jobs Q&A is a weekly column
Sports radio jobs are on the rise, with the help of Dave Druda EP of the Tim Brando Show we explain how you can pursue a career in sports radio
Sports Reporter Jobs are competitive, but with advice and guidance from Laura Okmin of the NFL on Fox you can become more marketable to news directors
Sports journalism jobs are some of the most highly sought careers - a new program led by Vicki Michaelis is helping train the best sports journalists
Alison Myers shares what its like to be an online sports editor for one of the largest sports sites on the internet, Bleacher Report
Sports Internships are the most important first step of getting hired in the sports industry - don't mess it up! Here are the seven most common mistakes made by interns in the workplace
If you want to be the type of Sports Reporter that News Directors crave there are certain skills you need to learn
Scott O'Neil CEO, Philadelphia 76ers & New Jersey Devils joins the Work In Sports podcast to discuss topics including millennials in the workforce, executive leadership, developing a positive culture plus his new book "Be Where Your Feet Are"
If your employer places you on a performance improvement plan, don’t panic! Learn how to take action and get back on track with this advice.
Atlanta Hawks Director of Partnership Activation Melissa Silberman, joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast to discuss the challenges of today's sports industry
Emily Caron Sports Business Reporter for Sportico.com joins host brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast to discuss sports journalism and sportsbiz trends
Zach Maurides, CEO and Founder of TEAMWORKS athlete engagement platform joins Work in Sports podcast host Brian Clapp to discuss Sports Business Leadership
Benny Tran EVP of Corporate Strategy and Operations at LAFC of the MLS joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast
Allison Bickford, Dir of Corporate Partnership Activation w/ Seattle Kraken joins the Work in Sports podcast to discuss Hockey in Seattle, Corporate Partnerships, and #StartupLife
We discuss Global Partnership Activation with the Orlando Magic's Jason Clerkin on the latest Work in Sports podcast with host Brian Clapp
Gabby Roe Maestroe President joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast to discuss high-growth sports properties like cornhole, breakdancing, axe throwing and more
Check out Philicia Douglas, New Orleans Saints & Pelicans Manager of Inside Sales on the latest Work In Sports podcast with host Brian Clapp
Nigel Eccles, Co-Founder of FanDuel, Flick & StarStock joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast - learn about sports entrepreneurship!
The Work In Sports podcast Best of 2020: Tim Duncan, University of New Orleans Athletic Director
Celia Bouza, Director ESPN Next joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports Podcast Best of 2020
2-Time MLB executive of the Year Dan Duquette joins Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp to discuss careers in Player Development
Rashida Gayle Founder of Twenty Six Marketing Agency joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast - learn more about athlete marketing!
Philadelphia Phillies Mental Skills Coach Hannah Huesman joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast
An important discussion on Mental Health and Burnout at Work during this episode of the Work in Sports Podcast with host Brian Clapp
Chasity Melvin 12-year WNBA veteran and current Phoenix Mercury Assistant Coach joins host Brian Clapp on Work In Sports Podcast
Chris Grosse, Penn State Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports Podcast
Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp discusses the importance of effective decision making and how to improve your abilities in this realm.
Kara Walker, Boston Celtics VP of Marketing & Content Strategy joins host Brian Clapp on the Work in Sports Podcast - learn more about sports careers!
Andres Cantor, Legendary Telemundo Deportes Broadcaster joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports Podcast
Andrew Diamond SiriusXM Manager of Sports Partnerships and Marketing joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports Podcast
Work In Sports podcast hosts Brian Clapp jumps into the employment trends in the sports industry
Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp takes on the discussion about cancel culture vs. consequences as it regards to misogyny in the sports industry
Carl Manteau Chicago Blackhawks Senior Director of Group Sales joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports Podcast - learn more about careers in sports sales
Conversations about mental health are incredibly important, in this episode of the Work In Sports podcast tune in as we discuss how to discover your sources of personal energy
Kevin Brown Detroit Red Wings Director of Community Relations & Director of the Detroit Red Wings Foundation joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast
Neeta Sreekanth Chief Operating Officer for INFLCR joins host Brian Clapp on Work In Sports Podcast to discuss sports tech, student-athlete monetization, and more
Ameena Soliman Philadelphia Eagles Player Personnel Coordinator joins host Brian Clapp to discuss her sports career journey and being a Muslim woman in sports - check it out!
How can you become the best possible mentor to someone else in the industry? That's the big question we're handling today on the Work In Sports podcast.
Melissa Silberman, Atlanta Hawks Director of Partnership Activation joins Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp to discuss current sports business topics
Tiara Brown Charlotte Hornets Sr. Manager of Corporate Social Responsibility joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports Podcast
13 year NHL veteran Stu Grimson joins Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp for part 2 of their fascinating interview on Stu's post career journey to becoming a lawyer
Stu Grimson was one of the most feared men in the NHL and now he's a fixture in the boardroom. Learn more about his transition from brawler to lawyer on the Work In Sports podcast.
Potomac Nationals (High-A, Washington Nationals) manager Tripp Keister joins host Brian Clapp to discuss player development in baseball
ESPN and SEC Network reporter Lauren Sisler shrs the story of her climb in sports broadcasting and how tragedy almost derailed it all.
Learn more about revenue operations and optimization in sports from Sean Halbmaier Director of Advanced Advertising for the PGA tour
Here's What To Do if Your Organization is Staying Silent Through Protests and it is making you feel upset or minimized. Host Brian Clapp takes on the issue.
Josh Walker President of Sports innovation Lab joins Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp to discuss how the sports industry will recover
Jack Mills, longtime NFL agent and agent for Baker Mayfield joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast.
Retired professional Overwatch League player Jake Lyon is quickly becoming the face of Esports - find out why in this wide-ranging podcast interview
Chelsea Zahn Pittsburgh Steelers Partnership Activation Manager joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast
Hofstra Women's Golfer and aspiring sports reporter Averee Dovsek joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast
Leadership is so important for your career, but how do you learn it, and how do you show it. That's the subject on today's Work In Sports podcast
Understanding the world of sports analytics with baseball analytics pioneer Ari Kaplan on the Work In Sports podcast
Want to learn how to start your career in college athletics? Join Leah Clayton, Lenoir Rhyne University Director of Marketing for Athletics on the Work In Sports Podcast!
Dan Kaufmann, New York Jets Director of Corporate Partnerships joins host Brian Clapp on the latest edition of the Work In Sports Podcast
Bryan Srabian, San Francisco Giants VP of Social Media and Brand Development joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast
This is a very personal and transparent episode as host Brian Clapp goes on a journey through motivation, inspiration, focus... and the lack thereof
Ryan Crelin, ECHL Commissioner joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast to discuss his journey from intern to league commissioner!
Greg Hylton, VP of Premium Seating with the Indianapolis Colts joins host Brian Clapp to discuss how the sales world is being affected by coronavirus, and how it will rebound.
Lisa Woodward Director of sports sponsorships at Anheuser Busch joins the Work In Sports podcast to make sense of the sports sponsorship world!
In the special edition of the Work In Sports podcast we're sharing tips on how to work from home like a boss! I've been working from home for 6 years - I have thoughts.
Gordon Barfield AMB Sports and Entertainment Director of Business Strategy joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast!
Dr. Kenneth Shropshire joins host Brian Clapp on a special edition of the Work In Sports podcast to discuss the economic impact of the coronavirus on the sports industry
Mary Pink, Iowa State Associate Atheltic Director joins Brian Clapp on this edition of the Work In Sports Podcast
When you are in an entry-level role you should be thinking about career growth - here's how to do it the right way!
Dan Duquette, former 2-time MLB Executive of the Year and General Manager for the Boston Red Sox and Baltimore Orioles joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast!
Is it OK to respectfully decline a handshake prior to a job interview? That and more on the Work In Sports podcast!
Dennis Adamovich, CEO of the College Football Hall of Fame joins host Brian Clapp to discuss leadership, becoming a CEO, negotiation and much more.
Minnesota Twins New Business Development Manager Bryan Van Den Bosch joins Work in Sports podcast host Brian Clapp to discuss sports sales jobs, leadership and building a strong team
Sports entrepreneur and CEO/Co-Founder of WorkInSports.com John Mellor joins host Brian Clapp on the Work in Sports podcast
Stacy Kelleher, Philadelphia Eagles Director of Production joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports Podcast - learn about working in sports television production!
What training and career development look like when done correctly. Celia Bouza, Director, ESPN Next joins host Brian Clapp on the Work in Sports podcast.
Wondering how to become a scout in professional sports? Listen in as Sam Ray, San Diego Padres Manager of Amateur Scouting shares his insight on the Work In Sports podcast!
Tim Duncan, University of New Orleans Athletic Director joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports Podcast
Sloane Kelley USTA Managing Director of Content and Creative Services joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast!
Ishveen Anand, CEO and Founder of OpenSponsorship.com joins host Brin Clapp on the Work In Sports Podcast
Hannah Huesman, Philadelphia Phillies Mental Skills Coach joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast
Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp explores letting go of the things you can't control and making Championship Level Decisions.
In this episode of the Work in Sports podcast host Brian Clapp welcomes Vincent Pierson, MiLB Director of Diversity and Inclusion for an insightful conversation on equality in our industry.
Brian Clapp, host of the Work In Sports podcast, shares four tips for setting goals that matter in 2020 - check this out!
Mailynh Vu, Cleveland Indians Director of Talent Acquisition shares incredible insight into getting hired in the sports industry during this episode of the Work In Sports podcast
Esports is more the just an opportunity for programmers and gamers, the business is broad and growing as Kevin He explains on today's edition of the Work In Sports podcast.
Joan Lynch, Chief Content and Programming Officer at WorkingNation joins Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp in an interview on the future of sports employment
Kurt Landes, Lehigh Valley IronPigs President and General Manager joins the Work In Sports podcast to discuss working in Minor League Baseball
Ever considered working for a purpose-driven organization? Adam Fraser, Chief Executive of Laureus Sport for Good joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast.
Dr. Lea Thomann from the US Soccer Federation joins Brian Clapp on the Work in Sports Podcast to discuss sports careers connected to STEM
Chris Grosse, Penn State Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports Podcast
Katie Gillen, Atlanta United FC Manager of Social Media and Analytics joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast!
Mike Judge Cleveland Browns Manager of Ticket Sales joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports Podcast
NFL Agent Leigh Steinberg joins Brian Clapp on the Work in Sports podcast!
When you want to enter the sports industry, you aren't just competing against yourself, you're competing against people like today's guest.
Kara Walker Boston Celtics VP of Content Strategy and Marketing joins host Brian Clapp on the Work in Sports podcast!
Shenandoah University's Dr. Joey Gawrysiak joins the show to discuss his new multi-track eSports major and minors!
Joe Cuomo, Brooklyn Nets Equipment Manager joins host Brian Clapp on the Work In Sports podcast! Listen in!
Rashida Gayle, Director of Talent Marketing at GSE Worldwide joins the Work In Sports Podcast to discuss her career in sports marketing.
James Kimball, VP of Operations for the UFC Performance Institute joins the Work In Sports podcast!
Sports agent Nicole Lynn is the first and only black female sports agent to represent a 1st round NFL draft pick (Quinnen Williams) - check her out on the Work in Sports podcast
Sports Attorney Don Jackson breaks down the major ongoing legal issues in sports and adds perspective for anyone wanting to pursue a career in sports law.
David Plati, Associate Athletic Director & Sports Information Director University of Colorado joins the Work in Sports Podcast!
Steve Delsohn, President of Delsohn Strategies PR firm and former Investigative Reporter at ESPN's Outside the Lines joins us on the Work in Sports Podcast!
Vince Gennaro dishes on baseball, analytics, Cool Ranch Doritos and the new Masters in Global Sport at NYU on this edition of the Work in Sports podcast!
Mark Coscarello, Talent Acquisition Manager for the USGA joins the Work in Sports podcast to discuss how he finds the best talent for the job.
Networking is about building relationships, and the best way to do that is authentic communication. But most people fail at this.
We're headed north of the border for today's podcast episode with Greg Amiel Community Engagement Coordinator for Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group.
Andrew Sidney Houston Rockets Director of Group and Inside Sales joins host Brian Clapp on the Work in Sports podcast.
Listen in to the podcast interview with Emily Jaenson, Reno Aces General Manager to learn more about MiLB, leadership, gender equality and much more!
Most who think they are leaders in the workplace are doing it all wrong. In today's podcast, we're going to break down four important traits of real leaders!
Kenneth Shropshire, CEO of the Global Sports Institute at Arizona State University joins the Work in Sports podcast to discuss the future of our games
Listen in as Andrew Howard, NFL Communication Manager joins host Brian Clapp on the Work in Sports podcast!
Learn more about the business of hockey from Chris Wojcik, NHL Director of Event Communication and Player Relations.
Lisa Bregman, Seattle Seahawks Director of Marketing joins me on the Work in Sports podcast!
Chelsea Zahn, Pittsburgh Steelers Partnership Activation Specialist joins the show to discuss her role with the Steelers and much more!
On the Work in Sports podcast this week - Colbe Herr IMG Academy Baseball Business and Program Manager
Dr. Amy Giddings from Temple University joins me on the Work in Sports podcast for an in-depth discussion on coaching in sports.
An insiders viewpoint on sports social media with Zachary Galia Pittsburgh Steelers Social Media Manager
Lauren Sisler, sports reporter for the SEC Network, hasn't had an easy road to her award-winning career on camera. This is a story you won't soon forget.
West Coast Conference commissioner Gloria Nevarez is the first Latina to lead a D1 conf - but she's much more than that. On Work in Sports podcast, we go beyond the labels.
Josh Rawitch, Arizona Diamondbacks Senior VP of Content and Communication joins the Work in Sports podcast!
Dior Ginyard, Senior Player Manager for the NFLPA joins the Work in Sports podcast
Zac Logsdon founder of Old Hat Creative sports marketing agency shares advice and information on sports marketing in this episode of the Work in Sports podcast
Lewie Pollis, Lead Quantitative Analyst, Amateur Scouting for the Philadelphia Phillies gives us an inside look at the world of sports analytics!
Learn more about corporate social responsibility in sports from Tiara Brown, Charlotte Hornets Manager of Corporate Social Responsibility
Tripp Keister is the winningest manager in Potomac Nationals history, but he doesn't care about that, what he cares about is player development.
Lee De Leon, Purdue University Executive Senior Associate Athletic Director joins the Work in Sports podcast to discuss working in college athletics
Work in Sports podcast host Brian Clapp is joined by Vincent Pierson, Minor League Baseball's Director of Diversity and Inclusion
Melanie Newman is one of just five women calling play-by-play in professional baseball. Learn how she beat the odds on the Work in Sports podcast!
Looking to get a job in sports? Mailynh Vu, Cleveland Indians Asst Dir of Talent Acquisition joins the Work in Sports podcast and shares incredible career advice!
Kurt Svoboda University of Michigan Associate Athletic Director for external communication and public relations joins the Work in Sports podcast!
Jeff Altstadter USGA Director, Open Championships Public Relations joins the Work in Sports podcast!
Gina Miller, VP of Media and Communication for FC Dallas joins the Work in Sports podcast
Jesse Cole, owner of the Savannah Bananas baseball team does things differently, but not just for the sake of being different, he's pushing for new.
Milwaukee Bucks senior group sales director Carl Manteau joins the podcast to talk the real nuts and bolts of the sports sales side of the industry.
Learn more about Sports Community Relations jobs from Indiana Pacers Community Relations Coordinator Kristina Wedseltoft
If you have sales skills, you'll go far in the sports industry. Bill Guertin trains the sales staffs of pro teams around the nation and joins us on this weeks podcast!
Sports agent Nicole Lynn goes through her daily adventure of representing NFL players on this weeks episode of the Work in Sports podcast.
Dan Rossetti is the President of Prodigy Sports Recruiting, and an expert in what it takes to get hired in the sports industry.
Brian Killingsworth CMO of the Vegas Golden Knights joins the podcast to discuss the success and approach of the young NHL team
The Oakland A's have created a Sports Business Development Academy they call The CORE. Christopher Flynn joins the podcast to explain this special program
Should I focus on one sport and become an "expert" or branch out into any sport? That is today's question that we're tackling on the Work in Sports podcast
Dr. Cara Wright, the Director of Business Operations for the Agua Caliente Clippers, joins the show to discuss everything from buying a bus to the changing roles for women in sports.
We all struggle with managing our to do list and prioritizing our day. In this episode Brian shares some tips to make life more efficient! Isn't that the goal?!
Wonder what it is like to work on the marketing plans for professional athletes and help develop connections to build their brand? Listen in to this episode of the Work in Sports podcast
The skills that got your hired to do an entry level job are different than the ones which will get your promoted to manager - here's what you need to develop.
Emily Jaenson General Manager of the Reno Aces and the highest ranking female in minor league baseball joins the podcast! Incredible insight in here.
Super agent Leigh Steinberg joins the podcast to talk about leadership, motivation, climbing back up the hill after crashing, the patterns of success and more.
In this episode we delve into the sports marketing behind college athletics, from 'dorm storms' to data mining, with Evan Feinstein Wake Forest Asst Dir of Marketing
We're exploring new media in college athletics with Betsy Lauritzen, Assistant Director of New Media for Fresno State Athletics!
In this episode Colorado Rapids Manager of Inside Sales James Bryant talks about the management skills you need to develop starting now
Megan Ebeck Arena Marketing Manager for the SAP center, home of the San Jose Sharks joins the show to explain her role in sports event marketing
Do you want to work in sports marketing? Joe Legaz Dir of Marketing for the LA Clippers joins the show to share how to thrive in a sports marketing career
Podcast: Getting into the sports industry by learning the revenue creation side of the business with Kelsey Smith, Tampa Bay Lightning Account Executive.
A fan wants to know - if you could advise your 22 year old self on things you would do differently in your sports career, what would they be? Good question!
The struggle to start your career in sports is real. This week we talk to recent graduate Dasmine Evans who shares her experience trying to find her way into the sports industry
From traumatic brain injury to Forbes 30 under 30, NFLPA Player Manager Dior Ginyard shares his story of finding his true sports passion: serving others
The best #sportsbiz career advice from our sports industry experts so far in 2018
Karl Keating Brand lead for Nike House of Hoops joins the podcast to talk international sports marketing, managing a team & developing creativity. It's awesome.
Creativity is the essence of sports jobs, find ways to stimulate your creativity on this episode of the Work in Sports podcast
Want to learn what it takes to be an NBA equipment manager, no one knows better than Scott Rego Philadelphia 76ers equipment manager for 32 years!
WorkInSports Director of Customer Service Randy Just joins the show to discuss the questions he gets most often from our members
Brian shares his personal philosophy on hiring, and creating a culture in the workplace that embraces fixers. Listen in and learn
Jack Mills, NFL agent representing Baker Mayfield joins the podcast to discuss what makes a successful agent and how to break into this part of the business
Chris Valente Director of Sales for Fenway Sports Mgmt joins the podcast to discuss breaking into sports and what people should expect from sales jobs
Andrew Howard, Communications Manager for the NFL explains his daily role, building relationships in the sports industry and so much more in this podcast
Deandra Duggans is the Baltimore Ravens Manager of Advertising and Branding, she shares what it's like to work in marketing for an NFL team on the podcast
Women in sports have always had an uphill battle, but times are changing and more women are jumping into sports careers than ever before
Amie Wells, Tennessee Titans Broadcast Coordinator discusses covering the NFL Draft, what she'd get tattooed on her face and how she got hired in pro sports.
Bob Moullette New Orleans Baby Cakes Asst General Manager
joins the show to talk about life in MiLB, changing careers at 28 years old & much more
If you want to show the best version of you in the job seeking process - take the advice of our sports industry expert, these common mistakes must be avoided
College student Jake Kernen just spent a week working at The Masters -- hear about the networking opportunities and the overall experience on the podcast
Craig Amazeen is the CEO of Fan Rag Sports Network - we talk about establishing culture, keys to success and new content methods in this podcast interview
The top sports career advice from our sports industry expert interviews have been boiled down into one big episode. This thing is dense with actionable advice!
An Inside Look at Recruiting for Sales Jobs in Sports with Mike Judge, Manager of Inside Sales and Recruiter for the Cleveland Browns.
Experienced golf coach Jordan Fuller shares his knowledge gathered from coaching golf over the last 30 years
Anya Alvarez, former LPGA golfer and founder of MajorLeagueGirls.com joins the show to talk pro sports, empowering women and inspiring girls.
The lessons from Olympic Figure Skating that you can apply to your sports career are explained in this article from Georgetown scholars.
Don Costante, Kansas City Royals Senior Director of Game Presentation joins the podcast to discuss his role, job shadowing and mastering your resume
With mental health issues arising in pro sports, we take a look at how mental health can be an issue in the sports workplace and how best to handle issues.
Community relations is "food for the soul of an organization". Loretta Kerner Sr. Mgr of the San Antonio Spurs Silver & Black Give Back joins the show
Artificial intelligence is changing our world and our job prospects -- how will artificial intelligence affect the sports industry?
Marissa Brooks spent 10 years in sales & marketing with the Miami Heat, then she went international. She's the focus of this Work in Sports podcast episode
Author Brooke Faulkner breaks down three iconic sports marketing campaigns and the reasons why they have stood the test of time
Sam Doerr VP of Marketing and Sales for Phoenix Rising FC joins the podcast to talk sports careers and creative sports marketing
The sports industry needs more leaders. Can leaders be created? Are they essential to the workplace? Dr. Robert Prior joins us to share his answer.
Get an inside look at working in sports television from veteran instant replay operator Jeff Wise.
Jeff Altstadter Director of Open Championships Public Relations for the USGA joins the show to discuss his role and what he looks for in new hires
Gina Miller VP of Media and Communication at FC Dallas joins the podcast to discuss women in the sports industry, the changing media world and being nimble.
To get a sports jobs in the competitive sports job market you need to stand out, but how? Dan Rossetti, President of Prodigy Sports Recruiting knows.
Looking for the best #sportsbiz advice of the year? We've got it! Our panel of experts share their best pieces of sports career advice on our podcast
Athletes have a unique opportunity to influence youth, whether it is a positive or negative influence is up to them
If you are feeling stuck in your current career it's time for change. Why not sports, its what you feel passionate about - learn sports business!
Want to become an athletic director? Jeremy O'Brien shares his research on how 125 Athletic Directors reached their current position on our podcast
Let's say you wanted to shift your sports career and change your focus and role - how would you do it? We explain.
If you want to become an athletic director this is the podcast interview for you. Ohio State Associate Athletic Director Shaun Richard shares all.
Working in sports is tough, you'll have a weird schedule that can be hard to balance with other people in your life. We share some tips to help you thrive
Chris Wojcik NHL Director of Event Communication and Player Relations joins the podcast to discuss the behind the scenes life working in the NHL
Becoming a sports reporter is the ambition of many - on this podcast episode veteran sports reporter Bryan Salmond shares his tips and experience
How do you learn the skills specific to the sports industry like scouting, coaching, analytics or becoming an agent? This week's guest knows how.
Expert insight into the process of becoming a sports agent
Detroit Lions Director of Football Education Chris Fritzsching tells us all about his role in the community, teaching football and life skills to youth.
Learn more about a unique sports career, becoming a buyer for a sports retailer
Working in Baseball is unlike any other professional sport. Josh Rawitch Sr. VP of Content & Communication for the AZ Diamondbacks explains on the podcast
As eSports grows so does the need for coaches - we'll give you some tips if you want to take that step
Jesse Cole Owner of the Savannah Bananas joins the podcast to discuss his completely unique approach to sports business, marketing and building a culture
Learn more about careers in sports security and how to stay safe at sports events from James DeMeo, Sports Security Expert
Fan Question: How do you jump from being an entry level employee to management level - we go deep into taking the next step in your sports career
If you've ever considered becoming a coach as your main profession, this podcast episode is a must listen. Find out how to become a successful coach
Brian Clapp dives into how to get jobs in sports analytics and turn your dead end job into a sports career on The Work in Sports podcast
Want to become a sports executive? Amber Cox VP of the Connecticut Sun of the WNBA joins the Work in Sports Podcast!
Want to learn how to get a job in sports marketing? Mark Crepeau VP of Marketing for the Basketball Hall of Fame is sharing great advice on our podcast
Work in Sports podcast e6 - Is there a formula for sports career success? Dr. Daniel Sweeney thinks so, and we investigate in the latest podcast episode
Wearable sports technology is all the rage, but maybe wrist wear isn't the future of the sector. We investigate where wearable sports technology is headed.
The battle of the Sexes was an instrumental moment in social change that is playing out right now, 44 years later
Philadelphia Eagles Talent Acquisition Manager Colleen Scoles shares what she looks for in resumes & what roles are in demand - Work in Sports Podcast E5
When Clay Travis took the opportunity to talk about boobs on live TV he made everyone in the sports media look like idiots
Learn to become a basketball scout with NetScouts Basketball Scouts certification program
Networking feels awkward but is so important for your sports career. Zach Hall author of Don't Sleep on Planes explains how to network on our podcast
Carl Manteau Sr Director of Group Sales for the Milwaukee Bucks discusses what it takes to make it in sports sales and why these jobs have a high ceiling
Choosing the right college for a sports career is a question we get often - to handle this subject on the podcast we bring in sports producer JD Pruess
Millennials are about to comprise 40% of the workplace - it's about time we understood them better. So we brought in a Millennial for the podcast.
Coaches and community leaders can help develop the mental skills of young athletes - emotional intelligence for the athletic - with this advice
Sports Analytics are the wave of the future, helping predict results, influence game strategy, analyse health data and more. Coaches stand to benefit most.
Athletic Trainers used to tape ankles and get ice packs, but their job has changed dramatically -- explore how technology has helped this shift
To get hired for sports marketing jobs requires certain specific skills - do you have what it takes?
Sports Equipment manager jobs are a great way to work close to athletes and be a part of a team, we show you how to get there
If you are interested in starting a sports business, don't go it alone, follow the path laid out by successful business people before you. Like us.
The press box is home base for sports media members - there are many rules and proper etiquette that needs your focus and attention. We explain.
Have you ever dreamed of being a sports pa announcer? Let FC Cincinnati's Jon Horton take you on an adventure behind the scenes of a sports PA announcer
Careers in Sports Analytics are one of the fastest growing employment opportunities in sports, but how do you become qualified... we have the answer:
Looking for a promotion at work? maybe you should take up running. We explain.
Adam Cook General Manager of the Moda Center in Portland Oregon discusses his role, how he hires, negotiating tips and more in this full bore interview
The statistical revolution in sports is upon us, learn about the advancements in sports analytics and how they impact the business of hockey
Coaching is an art form, not just game strategy. The best coaches know how to build positive relationships with their athletes and manage the psychology of players
3d printing is changing many industries including sports medicine, learn how 3d printing is advancing athletic performance
The USWNT scored the highest rating ever for a soccer game - men's or women's - with their 2015 World Cup win. The growth of women's soccer is happening.
Authenticity is more than just a business buzzword - it's what every organization should be striving for. Learn some tips for your sports business.
ESPN cutss around 100 forward facing talent including longtime NFL reporter ED Werder - get the full list
The sports industry continues to grow as emerging markets harness their love of sport. We investigate how to tap into these markets
Getting the most out of your sports team requires a great coach, full of discipline, a master of technique and inspiring - learn more:
A career in sports photography is within reach if you follow the valuable tips we present in this blog post - learn to take amazing sports photos!
The World Economic Forum believes the gender gap won't be closed until 2186, International Women's Day is trying to help speed that up
Sports photography presents a unique challenge of showing motion and energy in a static 2 dimensional picture - but it can be done, we'll show you how
The NFL may have a coming crisis - ratings are down and millennials seem to be drifting in other directions. How can this be fixed?
Sustainability in sports is all the rage, but there are very few educational programs that focus on this aspect of the sports industry...until now
Sports analytics has changed jobs in sales, marketing, scouting, broadcasting, promotions and coaching - so are you on board or stuck in the past?
Coaching is an area that has been greatly changed by the advancements of technology, learn how different sports and coaching are today due to technology
Becoming a Football official is a great way to be involved in your community and be around the game, we have some more ideas on becoming a football official
The best coaches employ many techniques to get the most out of their players - here are a few that successful coaches focus on
Sports Jobs Q&A what is the best way to start an on-camera career in sports? There are a few options, but we have our favorite
Theo Epstein laughs at your curses. How did an American Studies major become the greatest baseball decision maker in history? Find out.
Sports Analytics is all the rage, but what kind of careers are you qualified for if you get a sports analytics degree? We know:
The sports industry needs innovative thinkers to breathe new life into things that are becoming out of date.
As audiences change sports broadcasters and governing bodies need to evolve with the technological trends. FIFA could be leading the way.
Athletic Director jobs are expected the increase 10% over the next 8 years - find out what it takes to make it in this field
Getting a job in sports is hard, once you do you want to make sure you keep it. Here are a few ideas to help you on your way
Becoming a coach takes more than just game planning. We share the unique qualities that you need to succeed as both a coach and a leader.
Are emoji's more than just a cute way to adorn your messages? Are they just a means to support your sports teams? Actually they can be much more...
Hard skills are the wildly important tangible things you can do, soft skills are the attributes and personality traits you need to succeed - learn more here
Sports marketing techniques are always advancing this article will help you keep up on the latest trends
To break into the sports industry sometimes it helps to do something a little different, like learning sports counseling skills. We explain
Telling the truth and owning your mistakes doesn't have to be hard - take a lesson from Fox Sports Ken Rosenthal
There are countless technological developments in sports, but these six have changed the way we play and watch the sports we love
If becoming a sports photographer sounds like your dream career we can help you craft a plan to get there
Matt Musico went from being completely inexperienced to a full-time sportswriter in three years - he's sharing his tips so you can do the same
Take the advice of a sports business pro who is sharing his top tips on making a sports business successful
Coaching Sports can be tough, but by utilizing new affordable technology it can get easier - here are a few ideas to help you become a better coach
Metal detectors at sports events can be an inconvenience, but not as much as the alternative
Addiction is a serious issue in sports, to understand how to report on addition with integrity and respect, follow these guidelines
For those wondering how to become a sports broadcaster this article is a great opportunity to learn from one of the young stars in sports broadcasting
There are some basic rules to television production - sports reporter Brittany Copeland was not briefed on this and it resulted in a classic TV blooper
Sports sales is a competitive industry, but if you make it here you can make some serious income. We've got some tricks and tips for your to survive!
Sports industry authority David J Halberstam outlines his 57 characteristics for success in sports sales. See where you fit and how you can improve.
There are a few NFL Draft myths that seem to invade the brains of executives and force them into bad decisions - we do a deep dive into four of them.
A sports industry expert shares his insight into the high pressure world of sports sales
The best of the best in play by play according to veteran play by play man Doug MacLeod, lots of great tips for anyone interested in a play by play career
Sporting events are a great chance to build your brand through social media - here are five tips to maximize the experience
Get behind the scenes at the Kentucky Derby with senior director of operations Randy Prasse
Sports Careers don't always follow a simple path, you have to be willing to embrace some uncomfortable steps to reach your ultimate goal - we show you what we mean.
NASCAR and Formula One have learned how to leverage the sports media to advance their revenues, despite some lackluster audience numbers
Being a sports producer is one of the coolest jobs in the sports industry - want to know what a normal day is like? We show you...
The number of women in sports careers still lags well behind men, despite there being nearly as many female sports fans as men. It's time for change.
ESPN analysts are too often reaching outside of their comfort zone and sooner rather than later this is goig to come back to bite ESPN - we explain
Sam Cole Director of Corporate Partnerships with the New Orleans Pelicans takes us inside the world of corporate sponsorship in sports
Being an athletic trainer is a competitive field but if you learn the traits that teams are looking for ,you can make this sports career a reality
Sports Media Relations is a desirable sports job, working hand in hand with athletes and connecting with local media, learn more about this exciting role
Becoming a sports journalist sounds like an impossible task, but as guest author Arpan Mira indicates, there is a blueprint to success you can follow.
A Deep Look into Pursuing a Career in Sports Filming
For anyone wondering how to become a sportscaster, this interview with 17 year veteran Gina Miller is like taking a Master class. Read on.
Covering major sports events as an international sports reporter isn't your average 9-5 job, and you either love it or hate it.
Sports radio jobs aren't all that difficult to come by, we can help you find sports radio jobs, it's the reality of the position that surprises many
Carli Lloyd and the Murky Future of Sports Journalism
When you sit and watch live sports on TV have you ever wondered what goes into producing a live event? Producer Dennis Kirkpatrick shares a day in the life
Sports Marketing Jobs are a dream career path for many people, follow these tips and you could find yourself working with a favorite team or brand
Tips for becoming a play by play announcer from veteran NHL commentator Doug MacLeod who has been the voice of four different NHL teams over his 35 year career
Jobs in sports information balance statistical analysis with media relations - sound like a career match read on to find out more!
Here are 5 tips for you to start building your network of reliable sources so you can be just as tapped in as Adam Schefter
How can I become an NBA general manager? It's a question we hear often - so we decided to profile 10 potential career paths to get there
If you want to be a MLB general manager the best way to find out how is to study those in the role now - we've done the legwork for you...
Think being a sideline reporter is easy? Think Again. Laura Okmin from the NFL on Fox teaches us what a week in her life as a sideline reporter is really like
Sports jobs aren't just on ESPN - there are all types of opportunities, find out more about working in community relations with a professional sports team
Who got snubbed? It's the headline the media trots out after every subjective decision, but it's also the easiest avenue to becoming a blamer
Soccer is a game that welcomes everyone no matter what their socioeconomic status, and if your talent isn't enough there are plenty of career options
Running a Sports Business sounds like fun, and they are, but they aren't without their challenges - find out how to navigate stormy seas
Alyssa Scaglione found her dream job going from a small school to the big stage at ESPN thanks to a few strategic decisions - find out more
When ESPN icon Stuart Scott died an obituary feature was ready to roll, how did they do that? By preparing for death - find out more
Media Relations jobs could be the sports career path that is your perfect match, read on to find out if media relations works for you!
Athletes often shy away from using the reach of their fame to discuss political or real world issues, but that may be changing and that's not a bad thing
Sports Camera Operators have a great office, working in the thick of the action close to the athletes they admire, get a closer look at this exciting career
Growing up I wondered how to become a Physical Education teacher, my path diverted but this is still a really great career, find out more about what it takes!
Sports Marketing jobs are one of the highest sought after positions in the sports industry, but what does it really mean and what can you expect?
The Masters in Sports Management program at SMU takes a unique approach to learning, and it's working - learn more about the ground-breaking program
Sports Turf Manager jobs are a great way to work behind the scenes in the sports industry - learn more about this active career choice!
Capturing athletic awesomeness has pushed technology companies to keep up with action sports athletes - we explain
ESPN is often maligned for their eroding journalism, but moments like these show their production is still top notch and the envy of sports broadcasters
Athletic field maintenance jobs provide an opportunity to work outdoors supporting athletic teams from the group up! Learn more here
Bonner Paddock suffers from cerebral palsy - a physical disorder that affects movement - but that's just the start of his inspirational story...
play by play announcers are the envy of every sports fan - but how did they get there? Find out more about their journey to the booth
Sports journalism has been going through a sea change over the last 5 years, if you want to be on board with the future read up on what you'll need to do
Sports Radio executive producer Dave Druda explains what working with talent is like and the subtle difference between a great day and a horrible one
Sports Facility Management is a great sports career choice and can take you to big places, like the Super Bowl - learn more
There are many layers to sports video editing, we break down the components so you can either edit for fun or make sports video editing a career
Preparing for game day means different things to different people, but if you want to have a play-by-play announcer career, follow this advice...
Becoming a sports broadcaster is a competitive field, but John Strong lead voice of the MLS on NBC has some ideas that can help set you apart
At Work in Sports we have a great sense of pride in our community service - read about our latest mission to support special olympics arizona
Sports marketing agency jobs are different than working directly for a team, we explain what to expect when you work for a sports marketing agency
Being a play by play announcer is a sought after job in sports - here's what it's really like to be an NHL play by play announcer
High School sports are attended by more Americans than pro and college combined, one company is bringing the events, and jobs, to your digital world
If you want to work in the sports industry one field that is growing for sure is digital sports production, here's a great way to learn more about it
Have you ever wondered what UFC fighters are really like? Or what a fight night is like from the inside? Find out from the Producer of UFC coverage on Fuel TV
We've all seen highlight reels of the best athletes of all time, but who are the cream of the crop you really wish you could have seen live?
Jenny Dells rise from ESPN production assistant to Red Sox sideline reporter is incredibly impressive, but she did it the right way...through hard work and determination
Play-by-Play Career Advice from Bob Carpenter, Washington Nationals
Some athletes you love despite their flaws and others you hate for one reason or another...but lets be honest, you'd love these guys if they were on your team
Negotiating Like a Bosshost Brian Clapp shares tips and advice for negotiating your next sports job offer on the Work In Sports Podcast
Salary negotiation is one of the most awkward parts of interviewing, but if you follow these best practices outlined by Work In Sports podcast host Brian Clapp you can make it work for you!
Do you have any leverage negotiating a salary as an entry level employee? How do I establish my true value? We handle those questions here.
Negotiation is a big part of selecting a job, but is it smart to negotiate for an entry level sports job? We discuss
There is a common theme amongst the most successful people in sports and we explore it in this article.
Eric Stark, Slate Co-founder joins host Brian Clapp on the Work in Sports podcast to discuss maximizing social media in sports. Check it out!
Shahbaz Khan Minnesota Timberwolves Director of Digital Content joins host Brian Clapp on the award-winning Work In Sports Podcast
A little emotional rant from our host Brian Clapp who is really frustrated by some terrible career advice being shared on social media
Samantha Wood Philadelphia Eagles Director of Digital and Social Media joins host Brian Clapp on the Work in Sports Podcast
Bryan Srabian is the guy behind the San Francisco Giants digital media and content success story, and he joins us this week on the Work in Sports podcast!
Every Thursday we go live from our Work in Sports Facebook page to answer your sports career focused questions - this week we discuss social media networking and more
There are opportunities out there to build your personal brand, and I'm sorry to say, most of you aren't taking advantage of them. Time to get to work.
Katie Gillen, Atlanta United FC's Manager of Social Media and Analytics joins us on the podcast to her role helping build the Atlanta United brand
Samantha Wood, Digital Platforms Manager for the Philadelphia Eagles joins us to talk careers in sports social media & why the Eagles are a great org to work for
How do you get a job in sports social media? What is the career path for someone who works in sports social media? These questions answered!
Networking on social media is where you should be spending your time, we'll teach you how to do it right!
Becoming a sports social media coordinator is a dream entry level job - we'll explain what it takes to start making this your career move
Recruiters work day and night to find the best candidates -- well, unless they have an applicant tracking system. Learn how to beat the machine!
So many people love sports but work someplace else - if you are ready to make the switch to a career you love, here's the guide you need
Social Media has altered the relationship between teams and their fans. Smart brands are making it a part of their overall marketing strategy, learn how
Content Marketing has some buzz in the sports industry, but one sector has already mastered this technique: skateboarding. Learn what they are doing right
Traditional marketing can be expensive, if you are looking to grow the buzz around your sporting event try some facebook marketing - we have ideas:
Social Media internships are the best way to learn this growing field in the sports industry - U of Michigan's Jeremy Ross takes us through his experience
Learn how to create a digital content strategy to increase fan engagement for sports teams in this interview with Jenna Camann of the Boston Bruins
Twitter chats are a great place to increase your sports industry knowledge and network, we show you how with a great list of twitter chats and advice
Popular athletes have huge fan bases, but what if you represent an up-and-coming athlete? Here's how to build an athlete fan base from scratch
Networking on Twitter doesn't have to be hard - follow this simple plan and you will have tangible results!
Understanding how social media has forever changed sports journalism - but the question remains has it changed for the better, or worse?
Sports Social Media jobs are the fastest growing job segment in the sports industry, here are a few skills you need to master if you want in.
Curt Schilling exposed a bunch of internet trolls and Social Media may never be the same - here's why:
Our Sports Jobs Q&A column this week focuses on how to maximize LinkedIn for your sports career
Get organized in your sports job application process! Being on a job search can get confusing and messy, this organizer will keep you on track and know what comes next.
Does Anyone Read Your Cover Letter? We share a ton of research to answer that question and get into how NIL rights affect your job prospects on the Work in Sports podcast.
Informational interviews are the secret weapon you likely aren't utilizing, we'll teach you how to get it done the right way in this episode of the Work In Sports podcast
Work in Sports podcast host Brian Clapp answers a fan question on how to share your soft skills during the job application process
Cover letters are still important, if you do them right. We have a bunch of tips to help you break the formula and connect on your cover letter.
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