How to Have a Career as a Sports Agent

How to Have a Career as a Sports Agent


How to Have a Career as a Sports Agent. A career as a sports agent can be an ideal
goal if you are a sports lover, a highly competitive person, or someone who easily negotiates with
others. You will need Sports publications Personal
drive Social skills A love of sports A law degree (optional) An MBA (optional) and a
financial planning degree (optional). Step 1. Read online sports publications, newspaper
sports sections, and sports magazines. Being well informed is crucial. Step 2. Attend sporting events. Closely observe how coaches interact with
athletes on and off the field or court. Familiarize yourself with the culture – join
sports teams. Step 3. Attend a college with a sports management
program. State licensing prerequisites are the only
requirements needed for a sports agent. Step 4. Consider graduate school. Although it’s not required, most sports agents
have post-graduate degrees, such as law degrees and MBAs. Step 5. Enter an internship program with a sports
management agency, sports commission, sports marketing agency, or a collegiate athletic
department. Step 6. Submit a resume to a sports executive placement
agency. Step 7. Contact sports agencies in your locale through
online directories. Cold-calling is usually the last step taken
in a job search. Did you know The role of the sports agent
is diminishing due to sports league rules limiting what agents can do.

7 Replies to “How to Have a Career as a Sports Agent”

  1. alright, this chick looks like she's waaaaaaaaaaaaaay to cheerful. also, there was absolutely no need to do a close up of her teeth/mouth towards the end.

  2. Sorts agents are the most ungodly, unscrupulous, evil, and self centered scum bags involved in sports. To become one, you must sell your soul to you know who👺.

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