Essay On Career Interview

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Career interview What I want to do when I graduate from college and walk across the stage and receive my degree, is to be in Sports Management or anything where I am involved with sports, because I grew up all my life around it, and it is just something I know and love. I was fortunate to be given the opportunity to interview someone that is doing something that I am interested in and also to see where he began and how he got to his position within the company that he works for. The person I interviewed was Joe Clark, who is the Vice President of Ticket Sales, Service and Youth Programs for the San Antonio Spurs, and has been with the organization for 30 years. It was a great experience and interesting interview because I was able to ask him questions about his work style and how his education prepared him for the job he has today. This process helped me because now I have a clear view of what kind of job I want to pursue and I enjoyed picking his brain on how he sustained a job for as long as he has with a successful franchise like the San Antonio Spurs. The whole interview process was an eye opener for me, because I am a junior in college and by the time I know it I am out of school looking for a job in my desired…show more content…
For me it was just a great opportunity to learn about what he did and what it took to be in that position. I took a lot of information away from this interview, which I will keep with me and it was a perfect way for me to take the first step into the pursing a sports management career. I believe that education is key and having a degree from a 4 year university like St. Mary’s will be what gets me in the door, but passion, hard work and a positive attitude will be what gets me the job. Then networking will be what will help me advance and succeed in building a
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