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Interview with Emily Edison On How To Get A Job In Sports

Voice of the Box recently interviewed University of Washington athletic department nutritionist Emily Edison about her role and how she got her start in the industry. Emily also shared her insight on what it takes to break into a career within the sports industry.

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Interview with Tyler Johnson

Tyler has written a number of articles for SportsNetworker over the last year including the Top 100 Ways to use Social Media in Sports and the influence of LinkedIn Groups. We wanted to take a deeper look at how he personally uses social media and how it pertains to the sports industry on a daily basis.

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Deceptions about Working in the Sports Industry

The sports industry is not nearly as glamorous as many outsiders may perceive. Some of the things that you should really expect as an employee in this industry.

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Top 10 Resources for Sports Management Students

You are a Sports Management student. You picked out the best school and you have been studying hard to work toward your graduation day.  But when the day comes when you are thrust in the real world, will you have the tools you need to make it in the sports industry?  How well do you…

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Join The Sports Executives Association

The highly anticipated Sports Executives Association is live.  Join in on the excitement today at www.SportsExec.net. I  started to receive an a lot of emails from people who wanted introductions to other executives in my network. They also were asking for tips, advanced training on various sports industry topics, and wanted to find partners to help…

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Work in Sports: 6 Tips to Get Ahead

Graduating from your undergraduate institution in April or May and want to break into the business of sports (particularly in the representation of athletes) but have no idea where to start?  Here’s a list of options.  There is no “right”  path to success, but the following list provides some insight into ways that you can…

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Mental And Physical Training – The Keys of a Champion

In order to be an elite athlete and win championships, you need to be strong both physical and mentally. Having pure athleticism isn’t enough, as the visual and mental side of sports is the difference between sinking the last second shot to win the game, or chocking at the line and falling short of success….

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Interview with Ryan Leong, Radio Correspondent

This week Matt Crevin from Voice of the Box interviews veteran radio correspondent Ryan Leong. Ryan discusses his role, how he got his start and pearls of wisdom on how to break into a career in the sports radio business.

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Find a Job in Sports: Be Your Own PR Agent

I’ve decided to take a detour from writing about current issues and events surrounding sports public relations to provide some simple tips to young people entering the business. I recently read a query from a college-age man who is set to graduate this spring. He asked for advice from the panel about how to get…

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#ClicheWednesday: Reaching New Goals

It may sound cliché, but I think everyone in the New Year should set out to try a few new things.  Hopefully people haven’t already derailed their 2010 plans! One of my former colleagues sent me a tweet last week wanting to promote #ClicheWednesday on twitter that day.  It was random, but knowing his use…

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Top 9 Ways To Break Into Sports

(This is a guest article by Mark Washo) I host a weekly online Sports Management chat as an Adjunct Professor for Sports Management Worldwide where I’m able to invite guest speakers from within the sports industry to participate. Over the past few months the students have learned from executives at many top teams, companies and…

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Interview with the Player Participation Crew

This week Matt Crevin of Voice of the Box interviews the player participation crew. Each team within the NFL has a crew like this at work to document every play. They determine which players are in each and every play from scrimmage. Learn about this behind the scenes role with a heavy emphasis on sports…

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