9.00 Explore career-sustaining opportunities in sports andentertainment marketing.
9.02 Demonstrate the skills needed for obtainingemployment.
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A. Identify sources of job leads.1. Company personnel offices2. Cooperative education experiences3. Employment agencies4. Family and friends5. Former employers6. Internet7. Internships8. Job fairs9. Newspaper ads10. Placement centers11. School personnel, such as career development coordinators, counselors, andteachers12. Temporary employment agenciesB. Prepare a resume for a sports or entertainment marketing career.1. Resumes are brief summaries of an individual’s personal information, education,skills, work experience, activities, and interests. A growing trend for employers isthe use of online resumes.2. Parts of a resume:a. Contact informationi. Nameii. Addressiii. Telephone numberiv. E-mail addressb. Objectivei. Identifies the position or type of job in which an applicant is interestedii. Describes the skills or qualifications an applicant has acquiredc. Experience and employment historyi. List of related job experience, including volunteer workii. Dates, names, and location of former employersiii. Description of duties and responsibilitiesiv. Traditionally listed in reverse chronological orderd. Educationi. List of schools attended and degrees earned, including dates attendedand related courseworkii. List of certificates, training, and/or licenses obtainede. Activities and awardsi. List of affiliations with personal or professional organizations, includingvolunteer or charitable organizationsii. Personal and professional awards or recognition