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Going Pro Program 2013

Going Pro Program 2013

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Published by DePaul CareerCtr
Get coached for a career in the Sports
Industry Listen to and chat with
professionals from the Nike, Chicago Fire,
Cubs, ESPN, Big10, U.S. Soccer
Federation,
Girls and the Game - and more within
areas of Sports Management,
Marketing, and HR.Panel discussions regarding career paths,
internships and interviewing strategies
are followed by informal networking.
Get coached for a career in the Sports
Industry Listen to and chat with
professionals from the Nike, Chicago Fire,
Cubs, ESPN, Big10, U.S. Soccer
Federation,
Girls and the Game - and more within
areas of Sports Management,
Marketing, and HR.Panel discussions regarding career paths,
internships and interviewing strategies
are followed by informal networking.

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Published by: DePaul CareerCtr on May 08, 2013
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Suggested Networking & Conversations Tips
 
Going Pro: Careers in Sports Management and Marketing Going Pro: Careers in Sports Management and Marketing Going Pro: Careers in Sports Management and Marketing Going Pro: Careers in Sports Management and Marketing 
Tell them who you are: Your major, your year, your internship/job
In conversing be an active listener.
Look for opportunities to help, or exchange resources, and do so.
Don’t forget your wonderful smile—and say thank you for coming!
SOCIAL STARTER QUESTIONS:
Do you have family in the Midwest?
Being busy at XYZ, what do you do to balance in your off-time?
Thanks for coming to the event, do you volunteer to speak often?
PROFESSIONAL QUESTIONS:
On the panel, you mentioned ABC, if you could have one do-overwith your career path, what would it be?
If there is such a thing, can you describe an average week in yourrole? What does a busy week or season look like?
Are there professional associations you recommend joining?
What trends do you see affecting the industry?
Can you recommend your favorite blogs, books, or resources youuse to keep on top of industry news?
AGENDA: Wednesday, May 8, 2013
 
5:30 p.m. – 6:15 p.m. Main Panel Discussion6:15 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Two Breakout Panel Sessions(Choice of Interviewing Panel or Internships Panel)7:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Open Networking 
Loop Office:Loop Office:Loop Office:Loop Office: DePaul Center, Suite 9500, (312) 362-8437Lincoln Park Office:Lincoln Park Office:Lincoln Park Office:Lincoln Park Office: Schmitt Academic Center, Room 192, (773) 325-7431Website:Website:Website:Website:http://careercenter.depaul.edu 
REMEMBER:REMEMBER:REMEMBER:REMEMBER: Panelists generally are
not in a position to makehiring decisions
. Please be courteous to our guests as they havevolunteered their time to assist you with theirexperiences and industry insight.
 
NEXT ACTION STEPS: Networking Events and Job Fairs
Sports Marketing & Career FairSports Marketing & Career FairSports Marketing & Career FairSports Marketing & Career FairChicago White SoxChicago White SoxChicago White SoxChicago White Sox
Friday, May, 24, 20134:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.U.S. Cellular Field, Upper level concourse Gate 3333 W 35th St,Chicago, IL 60616Organizations scheduled to attend:Chicago Sky, Chicago Bears, Chicago Fire, CBS Radio Chicago, Big Ten Network, Chicago Bulls, Chicago White Sox, Schaumburg Boomers, Chicago Bliss, Silver Chalice, Levy Restaurants
Just in Time Job FairJust in Time Job FairJust in Time Job FairJust in Time Job FairDePaul University Career CenterDePaul University Career CenterDePaul University Career CenterDePaul University Career Center
Tuesday, June 18, 201310:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.Lincoln Park CampusStudent Center, Room 120
Designed exclusively for recent graduates, students and alumni.Recruiters are seeking to fill qualified job, internship, and post-graduate volunteer roles from all majors & experience levels.Don’t miss out on the last Job Fair of the Quarter!Register & view the full list of employers atDePaul.Experience 
Andrew Clark, Moderator: Main Panel, and Interviewing PracƟces Panel
Andrew Clark is an Adjunct Instructor at DePaul University’s Driehaus College of Business and teaches Sports Management, Sports SponsorshipMarkeƟng, and the San Diego Sports ConsulƟng Summer Program. Some students in Mr. Clark’s classes, including some panelists this evening,have gone on to internships and full-Ɵme posiƟons with many top companies and sports organizaƟons including the NFL, Chicago Cubs, ChicagoWhite Sox, Chicago Bears, Chicago Sports Commission, McDonald’s, Ogilvy AcƟon, Alli AcƟon Sports, Red Frog Events and Comcast SportsNet.Mr. Clark has over 25 year of experience in sports management and markeƟng. He is the ExecuƟve Vice President for Scoutware, LLC leading theirsales and markeƟng efforts. He has also directed sports markeƟng and sponsorship business groups for Edelman Worldwide and Cramer-Krasselt.Mr. Clark began his career as a graduate intern in the DePaul AthleƟc Department, and spent four years there as Ticket Manager. Prior to teachingat DePaul, Mr. Clark was on the faculty at Loyola University, Chicago and Northern Illinois University.Mr. Clark holds an MBA in markeƟng from DePaul University and a BS in Finance from Fordham University.
Richard A. Rocco, Ph.D, Internships Panel Moderator
Dr. Richard Rocco is an Assistant Professor at DePaul University’s Driehaus College of Business. As a full-Ɵme, tenure-track faculty member, heteaches markeƟng and sales classes within the MarkeƟng Department and Center for Sales Leadership at the graduate and undergraduate levels.At DePaul, Dr. Rocco serves as the Faculty President of Beta Gamma Sigma (Delta of Illinois Chapter), Academic Integrity CommiƩee Student Con-sultant, and Director of Research for the Center of Sales Leadership. One of his best-known classes is Selling Professional and Collegiate Sportswhere students gain exposure to the business of sports through “hands on” sales projects with leading organizaƟons such as the Chicago Black-hawks and Chicago White Sox.Prior to joining DePaul, Dr. Rocco was a markeƟng and sales professional for 20 years. In addiƟon to his numerous academic and business publica-Ɵons on topics ranging from markeƟng and sales to sports, including a recent Harvard Business Review arƟcle on “Teaching Sales,” he was award-ed three U.S. patents. With extensive experience in global business, Dr. Rocco brings a dynamic, real-world perspecƟve into the classroom sup-ported by Ɵmely research and insights from leading organizaƟons.

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