Careers in Hockey: A collection of resources
View Single Post
07-17-2009, 05:03 PM
Join Date: Sep 2003
Location: Out There
Originally Posted by
Again it may or may not be a well known path that is something for the OP to do his research on this company according to them they are well known and have gotten people in the door so to speak although I am sure people who finished their course are still looking for work nothing is guaranteed in life right after graduation. You have to work hard to get what you want and if they have the connections to at least get you an interview then it is worth it but that is just my opinion.
If you want to work as hockey player agent and not a single hockey agent has taken this course... what then?
Sometimes you do not have to work hard - sometimes it is having the right connections and being in the right place at the right time.
Personally I had no overwhelming desire work as a player agent - it fell in my lap.
Unless you are a former pro hockey player, get a law degree (and even then if you were a pro hockey player).
View Public Profile
Find More Posts by Wetcoaster