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On the first episode of the Work in Sports podcast, Carl Manteau of the Milwaukee Bucks said, “I’ve always enjoyed sharing insight into working in the sports industry, the things I wish I knew when I was starting out. I love the idea of this podcast, and I’m thrilled to be a part of it.” That summarized this whole project beautifully. I’m Brian Clapp, Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and the host of the Work in Sports podcast. I’m sharing all of my best career advice gathered over 25 ...
 
Pro athlete and entrepreneur Courtney Stephen shares valuable lessons, motivational keynotes, and inspiring conversations with leaders from different industries.
 
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The WorkInSports Podcast highlights the multitude of roles that organizations of all sizes need to fill , such as marketing, sports science, and sponsorships. Another area that we have regularly explored is content creation, and that is the area we dive into today. Sports has been called the great equalizer for its ability to build bridges, transce…
 
Every week, the WorkInSports Podcast brings on a guest in the sports industry to share their story, experience, and sports career advice. WorkInSports Podcast host and VP of Content and Engaged Learning Brian Clapp prides himself on representing many potential career paths in the field. Clapp has interviewed experts in 22 distinct industries under …
 
Job interviews are nerve-wracking and stressful, and we cover them extensively on the WorkInSports Podcast. VP of Content and Engaged Learning Brian Clapp has plenty of job interview advice ranging from overcoming nerves to asking great questions at the end, but this question from Eliza in Chicago brings up another angle of the interview process: “…
 
With a new year upon us, people are early in their quests to make good on their resolutions. The gyms are more crowded, books collecting dust are being flipped through, ingredients we never buy are being purchased to make meals we never heard of, and we are working hard to build new habits. That last part is where the WorkInSports Podcast comes in,…
 
Happy 2022 everyone! We closed 2021 by revisiting some of the best sports career advice of the year, but a new year means new episodes of the WorkInSports Podcast. VP of Content and Engaged Learning Brian Clapp dives right into this question from Tasha in California: "First, I want to say how much I look up to you and truly love your podcast. You h…
 
The WorkInSports Podcast had 41 industry experts join VP of Content and Engaged Learning Brian Clapp on the show in 2021. As the year ends, we’re sharing some of our best sports career advice of the year while also looking back at our top guest appearances, such as former Harris Blitzer Sports and Entertainment CEO Scott O’Neil, Baltimore Ravens’ S…
 
Enjoy this flashback to our chat with SnapBack Sports’ Jack Settleman, and be sure to subscribe to the WorkInSports Podcast wherever you listen! As we are less than a week away from closing the book on 2021, the WorkInSports Podcast is looking back to some of the best sports career advice of the year to propel you into 2022. In addition to sports i…
 
We are down to single-digit days left in 2021, and to close out this year, the WorkInSports Podcast is looking back at its top expert guests of the show over the past 12 months. We started this look back with former Harris Blitzer Sports and Entertainment Scott O’Neil, who touched on the value of being your authentic self in everything you do. Toda…
 
WorkInSports Podcast host and VP of Content and Engaged Learning Brian Clapp is ending the year on an introspective note, and this question from Tasha Getten fits that theme: “What are three things you do in your free time that you believe have helped advance you in your career?” For Brian, the three things he did during downtime early in his caree…
 
2021 is ending, and it’s been a fun year for the WorkInSports Podcast. So as we gear up for more sports career advice to spring into action for 2022, we’re revisiting some of the most impactful of our 41 guests from the past 12 months for inspiration wherever you are on your career path. Our first look back is with Scott O’Neil, who was the CEO of …
 
Breaking into the sports industry is difficult. There is a supply and demand issue of several candidates competing for a few positions. One of the traditional ways to stand out in any job market has been obtaining a college degree, but is that enough? Jack from Ann Arbor, Michigan, asks the WorkInSports Podcast: "Hi Brian, I'm in my sophomore year …
 
The sports industry changed drastically due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, but job openings rebounded this year. During this resurgence of sports job openings, WorkInSports took a look at the pressing issues that matter to candidates in the State of Sports Hiring Report. As the industry adjusts to the new realities of a candidate-centered job ma…
 
Working in the sports industry comes with a particular shine. Many people watch sports, and when they hear someone at a social gathering say that they work in the field, their ears perk up. However, the exciting stories at parties cover up that salaries in sports careers sometimes lag behind other professions. Jacob tackles this topic with his ques…
 
For sports brands, content creation is its version of show business. Check any sports social media feed and you’ll see energetic hype videos, crisp infographics, and trendy TikTok crazes. Fans can’t get enough of them when they come out, and then they move on to the next thing. Of course, that next thing could be more of the same, or it could be a …
 
One of the draws of working in the sports industry is witnessing amazing athletes excelling in high-pressure situations. From hitting a game-winning kick at the end of the Super Bowl, to sinking a pair of free throws with a championship on the line, to getting the final out in the World Series, there are countless opportunities when an athlete is u…
 
Preparation is everything in life. At WorkInSports, we approach finding a job in the sports industry through the lens of developing a specific strategy to give you the best chance of landing the job you are after. Even if you aren't a list person, chances are you have a plan in the back of your mind laying out how to achieve a goal. A higher-level …
 
One of the goals of this site along with the WorkInSports Podcast is providing a roadmap to getting your career started in the sports industry. That roadmap includes tips for optimizing your resume, building a network that gets you noticed, and job interview advice to land you that dream job. Today’s question addresses a crucial moment of the last …
 
Today’s WorkInSports Podcast guest, Fan Controlled Football’s Senior Director of Marketing Partnerships Jasmine McGee, runs the marketing and sponsorship efforts for a new league that considers itself football for the modern world. The games are an hour long, streamed on Twitch, with no kickers or punters, and played on a 50-yard field at 7-on-7. T…
 
For all the allure of a sports career, who you are working for is just as important, if not even more important, as the job itself. The following question from Matt dives into workplace culture: “I am not sure if you saw the recent article about the Suns owner, Robert Sarver, talking about the toxic workplace he created. I wanted to ask you, as a j…
 
Given the immense competition to land sports social media positions in major professional leagues, it is noteworthy when someone fast tracks their career and bypasses those stepping-stone positions. Lexi Ross, Memphis Grizzlies’ Social Media and Digital Content Producer and our guest on the WorkInSports Podcast, is one such person. Lexi earned her …
 
When he isn’t dispensing job search advice on the WorkInSports Podcast, VP of Content and Engaged Learning Brian Clapp makes the rounds with speaking engagements at various universities. There, he shares his wisdom with college students to build the foundations of their careers. This week’s Q&A podcast episode comes from a topic that came up time a…
 
We all face them. Sometimes they are dramatic, like the failure of a relationship, or the bankruptcy of a business. And sometimes they are less dramatic, but no less important like a new assignment at work, or an uncomfortable conversation. As humans, we often tend to take action when we feel comfortable the results will be positive. We lean into t…
 
Having a polished resume highlighting your professional attributes is job hunting 101, but Jim’s question for the WorkInSports Podcast takes it a bit further this week. “Hey Brian, big fan of your podcast. I have a professor who is advising us to have multiple versions of our resume. I’m a junior in college. He gave us this advice, but he couldn’t …
 
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month – you are now aware of this concept. But let’s go deeper. We need to get past awareness, we need to think about our collective contributions to the solution. Joining me today are Megan Gausemel, Director of Awareness Planning and Operations at Special Olympics International and Ben Collins, …
 
We got our first video question in our Q&A session of the WorkInSports Podcast as Matt asks about leveraging the Great Resignation that the job market is smack dab in the middle of. This episode discusses why employees are leaving their jobs, even without another position secured, along with advice to turn this sports industry churn into a landing …
 
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