For example Kliff Kingsbury, the offensive coordinator with A & M taking the Texas Tech Job, or Dave Doeren of NIU leaving to take the head coaching job at North Carolina State. I was just wondering, because neither one of these 2 guys are coaching during the bowl game for their former teams.
I'm really interested in futbol (soccer) but I know I'm not qualified as a professional athlete, so what other careers are there that allow me to work closely with professional athletes and the sport? I am willing to travel. No coach or assistant coach jobs though.
I want to eventually become a college football coach, and i know i have to get my graduate asisstant degree. But, it seems that you actually have to know someone to become a coach now a days. Is there a website or someplace where they list head/assistant coaching jobs?
Im 16 and Im interviewing for a tennis coaching job this week, and i didnt know if im supposed to wear tennis wear or maybe something fancy like a casual dress or something. Please help i really want this job.
I heard a Master's degree in Sports Psychology can make you a good candidate for a college coaching job. Is this true?
I want to get into coaching High School Basketball, for the simple fact of my wanting to teach the game and to make a difference....how would I find basketball coaching jobs....where is the best place to look or even good job boards to get into basketball coaching as a full time job....?
Don't come on Yahoo to ask where you should play on the field. That's the coaches job. We don't know what you look like, if you can catch, if you're fast, if you're 750lbs overweight, and nobody cares. Stop asking us where to play, ask your coach. If you don't know what you should play and you're to scared to ask the coach then you shouldn't be playing football.
I'm an incoming freshman at a division I college and I really want to manage the varsity basketball team because I am a sports marketing major and sports management minor, any specific tips of what to say in my letter to the coach/athletic director to let him know I'm serious about getting the job?
Id go with Vick. Vick is more experienced and athletic and I believe within 2 years even though he will be a little slower he could be better than McNabb was because Reid dealt with McNabb who ran alot in his career like Vick.
I am at the point where I feel it was a bad idea to return to where I grew up in order to coach. I deal with irrate mothers (haven't seen a dad all season) who do not know the game, yet complain that we are doing things wrong or treating their child unfair.
They disrespect me on the sidelines in front of my kids and family. They contradict our coaching on the field and in practice, sometimes calling their child away while we are speaking to them.
These attitudes leak into their children who feel they don't have to listen. I have had to tell some kids they can only work with the head coach, because they are so unruly.
Ironically, the head coach is only their for his child and does not know the game well, so I became his assistant rather than remove my child from the team. I am the one teaching the girls fundamentals, because the coach can't. Through it all we are undefeated.
Since I'm hands on, all the parent's anger is towards me and I'm at my breaking point.
Do you need a degree or Coach/badge tests?
How bright is the job prospects of becoming a soccer coach in the US?
Appreciate the help
Doesn't someone need to explain to the athletic department that this isn't the 1940s and they need to understand that the team doesn't have the appeal that it had way back when, and it should just accept it's status as a mid level football team?
I swim for my high school swim team. We have 2 coaches one however doesn't work at our school. The one we're having trouble with is the on campus coach. Is it possible to petition her out of her position. Would we have to fill that position with another coach? What is the paperwork I need for this?
Pay, work environment, clients, classes needed to take, years of college, etc...and also just the job in general, like what they do all day. Thanks! :)
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Majoring in Business Management, minoring in Sports Coaching. Also take Sports Management courses online with sports management worldwide, as well as coaching basketball for 4 years, baseball 3 years, and soccer 1 year. What are some other things I can do to beef up my resume?
What is a good Master's degree if I want to become an Athletic Director at the high school or junior college level?
There is athletic trainers but Im talking more about someone who actually makes workouts and trains athletes, I would consider this a personal trainer but I cannot find any information about personal trainers in the NFL but there is plenty about athletic trainers, that being said what would this career be called and how does one get into it?
Here, we look at the labor market.
a)What determines the marginal revenue product of a professor? Discuss.
b)Why does a college coach earn a higher wage rate than a professor earns, on average? Discuss.
if you could answer either of these it would be VERRY helpful and very much appreciated. its for my economics class.
I am a 5 foot 9 163 pound athletic freshman. I am solid and not fat or slow. I am thinking about playing football since a lot of people say I have the right body for the game. However, I have only played football in the backyard and I am not sure if I could play at the JV level. I am only planning on playing linebacker or safety. If I start to play I want to possible be able to earn a division 3 or better scholarship.
I want to study kinesology in college. even though im only a freshman in highschool, i really want to think about what i want to do one day. I want to be a strength and conditioning coach for a pro nhl or mlb team. All the SC coaches i look up are men. Can girls do the same thing?