Athlete Career Placement Launch Gives Collegiate Athletes & Employers a Way to “Win the Day” in Corporate America
A newly-launched company bridges the gap between degree-holding athletes and a network of business professionals who want to hire them. Ellicott City, Maryland – October
5 Powerful characteristics shared between successful student athletes and successful business leaders
Former collegiate athletes possess many of the “intangible” skills that employers look for in future leaders. These athletes use the skills they learned from a
Finding qualified candidates is a major challenge for HR managers. Beyond education and hard skills, it’s important to consider soft skills and traits that can’t
Athletics can do more than just give you a college opportunity and keep your body in shape. The life skills and lessons you learn on
Like sports, the job market is fiercely competitive. It’s challenging to stand out in a sea of applicants all vying for the same trophy: a job vacancy. Just like a personal trainer or athletic coach, a career coach will help you build confidence, whip you into career shape and prepare you for job interviews.
As a hiring manager, you’re always on the lookout for disciplined, talented candidates. Degree-holding, former college athletes are just those candidates. To graduate, college athletes had to successfully balance the demands of coursework with their athletic schedule, which is akin to balancing two full-time jobs for four years.
Embarking on a job search after graduating from college can be stressful and frustrating. It often seems like employers want to hire people with experience, but as a new grad, you lack that experience. However, as an athlete, you do have skills and experience that many of your competitors do not have.