Preparing for a Career in Sport
Starting with their first semester on campus, students in the Cortland Sport Management Department begin preparations for a career in the sport industry. The program has a unique partnership with Cortland's NCAA Division III athletic department that allows sport management students to gain valuable hands-on experience through event practicum courses (SPM 149, 249, 349). In addition, topics such as resume development, interviewing skills and job etiquette are taught in a pre-internship seminar (SPM 370) before students embark on their senior internship.

Subscription Job Web Searches
The Cortland Sport Management Department's Sport Career Center is located in the Professional Studies building. The department has purchased subscriptions to the three sport industry job search and information Web sites listed below. The usernames and passwords are automatically input when the sites are accessed through the computers in the Sport Career Center.

Social Networking Job Sites
Alumni and current students are encouraged to connect with our department's groups online on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Job and internship opportunities will be posted and discussed periodically.


Free Job Web Searches
The sites listed below offer free access to current sport industry employment opportunities.