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We are excited to announce a new graduate-level sport-based youth development fellowship at Adelphi University in New York CityRead More
Bayonle Arashi is a passionate sport professional with extensive experience in the areas of communications, TV/radio, public relations, marketing, social media, media relations, journalism, special events and gameday operations. A certified sport professional and member of International Sports Press Association (AIPS) and. Follow Bayonle Arashi on twitter:@midassoccerRead More
Bayonle Arashi shares his insights and advice for success on the football field for players of all ages. A broadcast journalist and football entrepreneur, Bayonle is a Nigerian and works with professional and grassroots football players in Nigeria and around Africa. Bayonle has a big plan and dream for development of football in Africa from the grassroots level that will give birth to the new generation of football stars.
Here are few plans for football players as we prepare for the long summer transfer window where many important moves are set to take place:
Every entrepreneur starts out with big dreams and excitement. As an entrepreneur, you control your own destiny, and with the right ideas, the right skillset and unflinching dedication, you can build wealth or establish an enterprise to serve as your legacy.
This is the bright side of entrepreneurship, but unfortunately, there’s also a darker side. The rigors of entrepreneurship demand sacrifices, and if you don’t make those sacrifices you’ll never be able to succeed. Business is, at its core, a give-and-take process. The more you invest, and the more you’re willing to part with, the more you’ll reap in rewards in kind.
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In a continued effort to provide more opportunities for aspiring female sports administrators, the International Academy of Sports Science and Technology (AISTS) has reinstated one of its scholarships. Application deadline: 1 May 2015Read More
The objective of this course is to acquire relevant competencies for the employment of gender traditional sport in the non-formal education contexts. Application deadline: 30 MarchRead More
Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis until 20 April for the SportAccord Academy's ongoing Massive Open Online Course (MOOC).Read More
Money of course isn't everything. Not by a long shot. Where your definition of success is concerned, money may rank far down the list. Everyone’s definition of “success” is different. Here's mine:Read More
Vacancy: Aftercare Coordinator
Summary: Responsible for tracking, supporting and monitoring of Street League participants following exit from the Street League service for up to 12 months via aftercare provision.
- See more at: http://www.streetleague.co.uk/about-us/jobs/aftercare-coordinator-london/#sthash.LoGRSiTE.dpufRead More
You know what success means to you, you’ve set your goals for the year, and you’re committed to making them happen.
Or maybe you haven’t done any of the above, but you still want to make 2015 your most successful year to date.
Whatever situation you are in, I’ve got ten tough questions you must ask yourself regularly over the next 12 months.
Let’s get started before one of us loses our nerve:Read More