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Howie Wallach

I would think that could qualify you for a position as an Athletic Director at the HS level or as an assistant AD at the college level.

If you live near a metro area that has professional sports teams I would imagine you could be qualified for a number of sales or marketing management positions.

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Answered 2 years ago

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G Chavis

Good answer Nayla. Also, you could teach PE/Health in K-12 schools, become a parks and recreation supervisor, health educator, personal trainer, athletic trainer, physical therapist, etc. To get in some of those careers, you may have to take additional classes. You also can work in the administrative side of sports such as sales, development, marketing, security, event and facility management, public relations, broadcasting, reporting, writing, stats and research, ticketing, etc. Research and find which area you like the most and pursue. Try to get informational interviews and internships with people in the field you choose and go from there.

Answered 3 years ago

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Nayla

If you like teaching what you know about sports to others, I recommend becoming a trainer or a coach. It's always great helping out young kids fulfill their dreams.

Answered 3 years ago

Nayla