St. Francis Brooklyn men's track & field junior Romario Thomas was recently accepted into the highly competitive and prestigious Harvard Stem Cell Research Institute (HSCI) Internship Program (HIP). Thomas, a biology major who holds a 4.0 GPA, was selected amongst a large candidate pool of 600 students and was just one of 34 who earned a spot in the rigorous program.
Get In the Game with a Minor in Sports Management
There's more to athletics than the people playing the sport... a lot more. Sports Management is a vital part of any athletic activity and St. Francis College can help you get on the sidelines.
Find the sports career of your dreams.
In this global, multi-billion dollar business, sports organizations need creative, knowledgeable, and savvy professionals to succeed. Students in the Sports Management minor are equipped with the supervision, finance, media relations, sales, and promotion skills that today’s sports organizations need.
With more professional teams than any other market in the world, New York City offers unparalleled opportunity to gain an internship and hands-on experience.
Students in the program also pursue careers as sports agents, sports writers, fitness directors, strength and fitness coaches, sports photographers, facility and business, managers, and publicists, as well as sports-related opportunities in television, newspapers, and radio.
Today’s sports organization are high stakes businesses requiring creative, knowledgeable, and savvy professionals. Sports management is a burgeoning field both nationally and globally. St. Francis College is located in Brooklyn, New York, the epicenter of this expanding area. Numerous major league sports teams, corporations and sporting goods companies provide you with countless opportunities you couldn't find anywhere else. In addition there are several sports-related opportunities in television, newspapers, and radio. The St. Francis Sports Management Program provides the skills necessary for any number of career choices including work as a:
- sports agent,
- fitness director,
- strength and fitness coach, and
- sports photographer.
In addition students learn a skill set to enhance their expertise and knowledge in supervision, finance, media relations, and sales promotion.
As part of the larger St. Francis College campaign celebrating 50 years of educating women in the 160-year history of the College, St. Francis College will honor women's basketball legends, Jeanne Zatorski '79, and Karen Erving-Schiera '91.