So you want to get into college coaching, but aren't sure how to get your foot in the door. Here are some thoughts.
All kinds of biases and discriminatory factors can influence hiring decisions. Not all of them are negative, but they do require fairness and honesty.
I've accepted an offer to take over the men's and women's volleyball teams at Medaille College, an NCAA Division III school in Buffalo, NY.
When you do a phone interview for a coaching job you generally have the opportunity to ask questions of your own. Here are some I asked once, and why.
Here's a list of questions I once faced during a phone interview for a college head coaching position. You likely will get something similar in your own.
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.
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.