In sports, few brands are as hot as the National Football League (NFL). The NFL brand stands for many things including exciting on-field moments, city-to-city rivalries and Sunday tailgating with family and friends.
Internships are viewed differently depending on your place in life. Some employers view them as free labor. Other employers view them as a preview of how their future employees will fit in with their company. Alternatively, some students view them as requirements for their degree while other students view them as an invaluable learning experience. No matter how an internship is viewed, there is no denying that it can be a valuable experience for both students and employers. Here are some tips to have a successful internship that I learned during my summer internship here.
Topics: Sports Business
I wasn't a sports management major in college. My alma mater didn't offer it when I was there. There wasn't a sports leadership major, sports marketing, sports administration or anything else of that ilk. In some areas, your schooling directly relates to your profession, like it does for doctors, lawyers and engineers. Good thing the sports business isn't one of them. I was a Speech Communication major with a focus in PR and I was still able to snag a job in sports out of college. Here are a few things I picked up in college as a non sports marketing/admin/management major that I put to use in my career.