Use this simple job strategy to go for it! We’ve all heard of someone getting a job that wasn’t posted or that we didn’t even know existed. What we don’t always hear is how. Sports is a unique industry in the sense that jobs are posted year round with an influx at the start of every big season. Teams need seasonal interns and associates. Brands and other companies need summer, winter and spring interns. There are plenty of opportunities out there; […]
By: Jake Kelfer, @jakekelfer What is the purpose of an informational interview? The goal of every informational interview is to get information. It can be information about a person, a job, a company, an industry or whatever you want it to be about. Along with getting information, it is your job to turn the information you receive into the foundation of a mutually benefiting relationship. So let’s break it down. What questions should you be asking in your informational interview? […]
Interviews aren’t only for people who are applying for jobs. Whether you realize it or not, an informational interview is one of the best ways to stand out.
At one point in our career, we become the person answering the questions we once asked. We spend a lot of time early in our careers seeking advice from industry veterans. From asking about their career path to resume tips, informational interviews have become a key part to getting ahead in a competitive industry. But sooner or later, before you realize it, you become the subject of an informational interview. College students reach out to you wanting to hear about your […]
This article is powered by the SMU Sport Management Program. By: Jake Kelfer, @jakekelfer One of the most difficult things college students and young adults struggle with is asking for an informational interview. While many people are scared/nervous to do informational interviews for a plethora of reasons, informational interviews are one of the best ways to expand your network, get hired, or switch professions. The key is to remember that people love talking about themselves, so when you reach out […]
A Stanford graduate, White successfully made the transition to sports marketing after beginning her professional life in sports medicine.
A 2016 graduate of the University of Southern California, Ostiller is the Global Partnerships Coordinator at the future home of the NFL’s Rams and Chargers.
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There is no shortage of opportunities to network, learn, build relationships and gain access to new experiences at tentpoles such as the Super Bowl.
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