After more than three months of exploring different options, my next employer has been decided. Though some things are still on-going in the job arena.
I've been pursuing different potentially opportunities in the US and abroad as I've become aware of them. At this point, though, nothing has developed.
If you've never coached at the college level in the US you probably have no idea of all the different types of work involved. This post will educate you.
Many interviews start off with some variation on "So tell me about yourself." This is not an opening to brag about your accomplishments, but rather an opportunity to demonstrate how you fit in the organization.
After the 2017 season I decided to re-enter the coaching job market for the first time since I took the assistant job at Midwestern State. Here's a report on how that's been to-date.
Are you the sort of coach who looks to climb the career ladder, or are you the sort who is happy to stay in one place and make the most of what you have?
So you're thinking about taking an assistant coach job. Here are a few things you should probably know before you decide to take one.
Coaching legend Terry Pettit posted an article sharing his perspective of the things that make someone a good candidate for a head coaching position.