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I recently received the following email from a SLAM alum:
She included two attachments:
Dr. Morris –
I hope all is well with you! I am excited to share that I recently joined the New York Mets. We are opening our 2018 Summer Internship Program applications. I would greatly appreciate if you could share the opportunity either with individuals interested or the SLAM department as a whole.
Additionally please pass along my information to any students who may have questions or are interested in joining the Mets! We will be opening our Entry Level positions shortly.
Students who are interested in applying to the program are asked to complete a Digital Interview and submit their resume via HireVue at the following link:
Digital Interview – Summer Internship Program by Tuesday, November 28th.
I appreciate it!
Below are the details on the 2018 Bucks Sales Academy. Feel free to pass along the details as well as my contact information to your students in case they have any questions.
Students can apply at bucks.com/careers. We will be screening applicants and sending invitations out as necessary. There is no cost for the event itself.
Take a look below and let me know if there’s anything else you need.
2018 Bucks Sales Academy:
Date: January 27th, 2018
Apply for the 2018 Milwaukee Bucks Sales Academy on Saturday, January 27th 2018 to see if the Bucks will be the perfect place for you to start your sales career in the sports industry. Work and learn the Milwaukee way with a select group of your peers, get hands on training from our leadership and sales teams, try out your newly learned skills on the phones and be sure to get in early to kick it off with a chance to network and cheer on the Bucks as we take on the Brooklyn Nets Friday evening! The event will be held in the Milwaukee Bucks preview center, which will provide you with a behind the scenes look at the space and learn how it is being used to sell our new arena opening in fall of 2018.
In addition to learning what it means to be Sales Associate, we will be interviewing and recruiting for a limited number of positions for our May 2018 Sales Associate Program
Dress is business professional. Breakfast, lunch and a game ticket will be provided for those in attendance. There is no cost for the event.
Applications will be reviewed as they are received and phone screenings will be conducted before invitations are given.
Invitations to this event are limited. Deadline to apply is December 15th, 2017.
Secure your seat at the new home of the Milwaukee Bucks.
Earlier in the summer I mentioned an idea about recruiting a KNH student to help me with strength and conditioning of my soccer players. If this is possible, I would love to work with an athletic training KNH student, or another student with coaching concentration. This fall I am coaching a boys 10U team in Fairfield Township. The student can either volunteer and/or take the course for credit (see time commitment below).
My vision is to have the student attend both of my weekly practices and each game (10 games between Sept – Oct). For each practice and game, the student will work with the players on warm-up drills to prepare them for the practice/game. Additionally, the student will be responsible for a program, that he/she will implement practices, to help strengthen muscle groups that improve soccer skills (e.g., ability to kick the ball with power).
– Positive Attitude
– Background in strength training (e.g., successfully passed certain KNH classes)
– General knowledge about soccer, or at least muscle groups used for optimal performance
– Knowledge about child/adolescent development
- Practice (2 Xs/week for 11 weeks [Tues & Thur: 5:15-6:15]; assuming Oxford to Fairfield travel at 45-60 min. each way)
o Travel: 44 hours
o Event: 22 hours
- Games (10 games; assuming Oxford to Fairfield travel at 60 min. each way)
o Travel: 20 hours
o Event: 10 hours
- Campus Activities (15 hours)
o Weekly meeting with Dr. James (30 min)
o Weekly notes on training conducted (30 minutes)
o Submit training manual (9 hours: review literature)
120 hours total (which is equivalent to taking a 3 credit hour course…assuming that the student decides to use this experience for credit)
Please let me know if you think this would be a good experience for a KNH student? If so, what would be next steps to recruit a student?
wishing you all the best,
Anthony G. James, PhD, CFLE
Certified Family Life Educator
Dept. of Family Science & Social Work
110B McGuffey Hall
Oxford, OH 45056