Twitter chats are a huge way to gain followers, meet fellow users with similar interests and most importantly GET INVOLVED. The guys over at Sport Job Chat do a bi-monthly twitter chat with questions directed towards working in the sports industry. If you’re looking to get involved or meeting business professionals who can help youRead more →
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Congratulations! You’ve made it through all that process of carefully crafting your resume and cover letter to showcase your relevant experiences and grab the attention of the recruiters and hiring managers so they’ll decide to call you and schedule an interview to give you the chance of winning your dream job in the sports realm.Read more →
I shed a happy tear as I write this last article of the 4 Step process to earning a job in sports. If you missed out on the fun of any the previous 3 Steps, you should definitely check them out! But I know you are anxious for answers, so lets go! You now haveRead more →
In the 6th edition of my interview series, I was able to interview Jamey Rootes, team President of the Houston Texans and former President of the Columbus Crew. Having been named to Sports Business Journal’s “40 under 40″ twice, it was instantly clear how well-regarded Jamey is. After earning his undergraduate degree at Clemson UniversityRead more →
So you want to work in sports? I don’t blame you. There is nothing else I’d rather do. Unfortunately, there are hundreds of thousands of people who feel just like you and me, which can make getting into the industry pretty tough. I personally struggled to get my footing. I’ve also been in a positionRead more →
Meet Lucas Biebelberg. Lucas is a regular contributor on SportsNetworker.com where he interviews top sports executives in an effort to help others learn from their experience. He has also been able to benefit from the experience by expanding his own network and building relationships with some of the most powerful executives in sports. Lucas isRead more →
If you’re still trying to land that elusive first job in sports, there’s no doubt you’re feeling some level of frustration. I get lots of emails that express that frustration such as, “I don’t even know where to begin!” Or, “I got an internship, but can’t find a full-time job!” Or, “It doesn’t seem likeRead more →
Meet Jordan Kahana. Jordan is the Social Media Coordinator with NFL Network. In his role, Jordan is responsible for managing a number of NFL social accounts including: NFL on Twitter NFL Network on Twitter NFL Redzone on Twitter NFL Superbowl on Twitter NFL on Facebook NFL Network on Facebook Needless to say, of all the socialRead more →
NFL General Managers talk about it. NFL coaches talk about it. Even NFL sportswriters talk about it. What is it? It’s your “Identity.” Award-winning sportswriter, Rick Gosselin says, “When I study the New York Giants I know exactly what they are. Their philosophy hasn’t changed in 30 years. Big bodies from big schools — NewRead more →
Want to know the secret to breaking into sports? It’s really not much of a secret. You’ve heard it before. Many times, I’m sure. But this time I want you to do something about it. Are you with me? Good. Below are four (not-so-secret) power moves that will help you get to where you wantRead more →
Here at Sports Networker, we are constantly striving to bring you the best advice from successful sports business professionals on how to get a job in sports. We dug through the archives and found this gem where Lewis Howes interviews Darren Rovell, CNBC’s Sports Business Report and the author of the “Sports Biz Blog” on CNBC.com.Read more →
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