Currently at the University of Missouri I am enrolled in their athletic training program. I chose this major because it is in the large and ever expanding medical field and because its connections with the sports. However, I am also exploring careers in criminology and law due to the analyzation of other people minds and the problem solving aspects that are associated with the career. Another major I would be interested in would be sport management because of my dream to be a major league baseball general manager. If I decided to pursue this career, I would explore going to law school with a concentration in sports law. I have not committed to this major as of right now because of the limited opportunities I would have in this field and the …show more content…
For me, I went from a shy girl with an speech impediment who loved and was very knowledgeable about the game of baseball to the first African American president of my youth group, who routinely represent the Follow Youth ministry at mass by giving speeches about the group to the parishioners of my respected church. Furthermore, I want to represent change because of my ambitions to become a general manager of a major league baseball team. If I were to accomplish this goal, I would become the first female general manager in professional sports history. A college education would help me leave a mark in the world because it would be the place I learn the skills to become the best version of myself I can be, therefore enhancing my ability to achieve my goal. College is where I will learn the tools to accomplish this through the many professors I will study from, students I will meet, cultures that I will be exposed to, places I will visit, ideologies that I will foster, and most importantly the experiences that I will gain that would last for the rest of my life that I could parlay into positively impacting the world around
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I want to major in Sports Broadcasting because it is my passion. Growing up I wanted to do something that would make me happy and allow me to enjoy what I do for work. I love sports and I realized that if I major in something related to sports I can enjoy what I do and be happy with what I do. I love all sports and I really want to be involved with them anyway possible. I would like to further these interests by doing internships once I get to college and be involved with the athletics program. I'm very committed to what I want to do and I want to be able to enhance my opportunities anyway possible.
The path that lead me to choose Sport Management as a major began at a young age where I demonstrated my admiration for sports. I have been participating in sports my entire life and still do to this day. Unfortunately, my time as an athlete will eventually come to an end and I will need to find an occupation that I have passion for. I asked myself the question, “Why not continue my passion in sports”? Being able to work with sports, but not directly in the spotlight, as an athlete is something I would love to be apart of.
Throughout my teenage years I loved to play baseball. I was in different clubs, organizations, and teams. My whole life was dedicated to playing ball. Then things started to change going into my freshmen year, I started to get into computers. I decided to enroll into a computer class at Franklin high school. I started to learn a lot stuff about computers and also I was pretty good at it. Also at the time I was still managing to be in baseball. Then going into my senior year I had to choses in between being in baseball or going into computers. I knew going into computers will help me get a head start in my carrier. So I chose to go into computers and quit baseball. I thought I will never have to quit baseball my whole life. It was a very big significant event in my life but good things have come with it. I got three CompTIA certifications, paid for half of my
Sport is incredible in how it can increase confidence, self-esteem, and overall health while teaching children a new ability of working with others as a team, taking direction, and doing things they never thought possible. I want to be able to show what sports is capable of teaching and the rewards that come along with it. The concept of team reveals what is achievable through solidarity that would be impossible in solitary.
Hi am am Sportsstar_19. I am 11 years old. I love sports. My favorites are baseball, basketball and football. I love to play baseball and basketball and I like to watch football and play Fantasy Football. But I am most passionate about baseball, it is my favorite sport. I am on the 11u Colorado Select. The best team in the state. I also am passionate about basketball, my second favorite sport. I play for the
Academically, my goal is to study Health Science/Sports Management under the lordship of Jesus Christ and the influence of scripture that will position me in a thriving long-lasting career.
I knew I wanted to apply to The Hill when I was 9. I was in third grade and my mom took me to see the nutcracker during Christmas time at The Hill. Right when I saw the campus and met some students, I knew that The Hill was where I wanted to go to high school and I couldn't stop talking or thinking about it ever since. As I got older and I found out more and more about The Hill it just made me want to go even more. I am an athlete, a bookworm, a nature lover, and I am opinionated as well as a perfectionist.
I would like to attend college because I want to be able to demonstrate not only to myself but to my family that we can do what we set ourselves to do. I would to do go far in this life and accomplish my life goals. Without college, I will not be able to do my goals. My goals are to graduate from college, one day own my own land so that I can own my own agricultural business, and have my home there too, and I want to be a high school Spanish teacher as well. Another reason as to why I want to attend college is that I want to be able to show my little sister that anything is possible, we can do whatever we set ourselves to do, as long we do not give up we will be able to accomplish great things in life. My teachers have also been a great influence
It’s where you find out who you are. In my case it made me more outgoing, strengthened my personality, and it gave me many opportunities to interact with others of diverse backgrounds.” she replied when asked if college did anything for her besides help get a job. She then continued to tell me about how incredibly advantageous she found it because it provided opportunities for her to practice and become more engaged on the topics she was interested in.“Out of everything…”, I inquired, “...what would you say is one thing that highly intrigued you from your experiences as a whole?” She replied by saying the classroom environment in which she was present through all of her classes always poised a positive influence toward her classmates, something she wants to do for her students one day. My final question of the interview was if she would suggest to others to follow in her footsteps and begin their journeys toward their futures by going to college. She replied, “ Yes, definitely, going into college opens many doors of opportunities to you.”
I chose LSU because of football. I have a dream and I want it to be a reality. My grades don’t look so good but I believe in myself in getting a scholarship. LSU can help me with football. They have a great football team that cooperates together and can get the ball down the field. My plans are to get better grades in college, better grades would mean graduating and moving on to the NFL to pursue my dreams of being an NFL player
My primary focus if chosen as an employee is to further the success of the company. I can offer Intersport adequate skills within camera operations and various assistant in post and pre-productions. To speak upon the talent I can bring to Intersport would not truly emphasize my significances compared to other applicants. The character that I embed within my work ethic is beyond a talent. I take great pride in relentless effort in daily task to accomplish professional and personal goals. One of my most valuable experience, I have gained in my undergraduate career was being a camera operator for Eastern Illinois University OVC Sports Media Team. As a camera operator I was able to assist the university with their virtual streaming of various sports
While attending Michigan State University, I have enjoyed many opportunities to learn about kinesiology while developing an interest in sport management. Studying the history of American Sports and the structure of the sports industry has instilled in me a deep appreciation for sports and a desire to learn how a sport manager works in this fascinating system. Hence my desire for pursuing a master degree in your quality program of Sport Management. Once accepted, I wish to develop a solid background in the areas of leadership, management, marketing, law, economics, and finance through academic and hands-on experiences. In addition, I want to engage myself in sport industry internships and related research.
As an athlete my passion for sports have grown so much over the past few years. I’ve always enjoyed watching sports on TV, going to sporting events and even playing sports myself. The sports that I’ve played have been, soccer, softball and cheer. But sports that I have been loving to watch and be around have been racing and hockey.
My guiding question was formed from my personal experience and passion regarding sports. Throughout my youth years leading into my senior year of high school, I have played the sports of football, basketball, soccer, baseball, and wrestling as well. I had gone through countless failures, successes, and experiences that have altered my character and identity, contributing to the person I am today. Failures notably consist of playing poorly during a game, leading to letting my teammates down or failing to win a wrestling match. Successes notably included winning football games, making a great play or and winning a wrestling tournament. With those successes and failures, came with experiences that shaped me to become resilient and wiser in life. Coaches and teammates that I have played with and for, have taught and guided me to become a better athlete and student than I was before. I was very fortunate in my life to be named the captain of my wrestling and football teams, and a coach/mentor for my town's youth football and wrestling programs as well. My perspective is vast, from actually playing in countless games on the court, field, to looking from the outside as a coach or part of the crowd. Upon high school graduation, my tenure of playing sports came to an end, which gave me an opportunity to reflect on my character in the past, to the present. At this point in my life, I can fully understand how sports have positively influenced me through all aspects of my life.
To begin, I have always had a passion for sports. Growing up I competed in many different sports including baseball, football, wrestling, and hockey. Before looking at college, I already had a sense of what job I wanted in the future. Being around sports all my life has made me realize that I want to continue to be involved in sports after college. The major I am currently pursuing during my time at Viterbo is Sports Management, and I plan to have a minor in marketing as well. I chose to pursue these based off the fact that I can talk, watch and play sports whenever necessary.