Career Opportunities

Career opportunities for the 2023 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference TBA.

The 2023 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference is proud to provide a number of career opportunities only available for attendees. This includes:

- A mentorship program focused on increasing diversity in the sports industry
- Student Resume Book
- A dedicated Career Board
- 1-on-1 “Career Conversations” with industry professionals
- A “First Pitch” case competition for current graduate students
- Drop-in Resume Reviews

Please note that there will also be Careers-related content throughout the conference at SSAC23, including a dedicated panel and set of talks on careers in the sports industry.

First Pitch Case Competition 

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First Pitch is an MBA style case competition designed to provide graduate students with a fun, dynamic, and competitive learning experience to gain exposure to sports business issues.

Information on the 2023 competition TBA.

The 2022 competition’s case was provided by our sponsor, SponsorPulse™, and judged by a panel of esteemed professionals across the sports industry. Three finalists were selected to present at SSAC.

For reference previous First Pitch Competitions are available on YouTube.

2022 Rules:

Teams must consist of up to three current students from the same graduate program. All team members must be registered and have paid for the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference (SSAC) at the time of registering for First Pitch. There will be no additional fee to participate in First Pitch.

Contestants should leverage SponsorPulse to address the case; access will be provided after registration closes. Students may use any research tools or data available to them, if necessary, as well. Teams may use supporting external data in their presentations (citations required). However, all main ideas must be the unique ideas of only the team members involved. 

Plagiarism will result in disqualification. Team members may not consult with any other individuals (including other students, other teams, or experts in the field). Legal PEDs (e.g., coffee, soda, and other caffeinated beverages) are permitted.

2022 Logistics:

The competition will occur in two rounds. In the first round each team will submit a PowerPoint presentation in both PowerPoint and PDF format. The presentation may not exceed 15 slides including introduction, conclusion, and appendices.

Our panel of judges will select three teams to participate in the final round during the 2022 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference in Boston. In the final round teams will present their presentations live to the judges and prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

2022 Timeline: 

  • Registration closes 2/4/2022
  • Case Shared 2/5/2022
  • Presentations Due 2/18/2022
  • Finalists Announced 2/25/2022
  • Finalists Present at SSAC 3/4-3/5/2022

2022 Registration:

2023 Mentorship Program

The Sloan Sports Analytics Conference Mentorship Program is focused on women and black undergraduate students, graduate students, and those early in their career with interest in a sports career. The Sloan Sports Analytics Conference is committed to elevating and broadening diversity in sports.

Program Details

  • One ticket to attend the 17th Sloan Sports Analytics Conference
  • Mentorship pairing with a senior professional in the sports industry for 6 months
  • Networking opportunities with other mentees and mentors, career advice panels, and skill-building workshops through in-person/virtual programming
  • Applicants were selected based on their demonstrated interest in the sports industry from their responses to the short answer question in the online application

Thank you to the mentorship program presenting sponsor MLB, and our supporting sponsors Wasserman, Fanatics, Ticketmaster, Eventellect, Alteryx, Arctos, and the Eugene Lang Foundation.

If you have any questions about this program, please reach out to mentorship@sloansportsconference.com

We are incredibly excited to announce our class of mentees for the 2023 Program Sloan Sports Analytics Conference

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
  • Alison Gilmore - Sports Analytics, Syracuse University
  • Amy Dong - Statistics & Computer Science, Harvard University
  • Aya Nadalin - Sports Analytics, Rice University
  • Benjamin Collins - Operations Research & Information Engineering, Cornell University
  • Bryan Ahaneku – Informatics, Data Science, University of Washington
  • Campbell Leid - Marketing & Sports Business, Arizona State University
  • Chris Wright - Government, Harvard University
  • Darius Ragland - Kinesiology, Morehouse College
  • Deeya Deepak - Political Science, North Carolina State University
  • Elizabeth Sepulveda - Statistics & Sports Analytics, Rice University
  • Elizabeth Splaine - Operations Management & Managing for Social Impact, Boston College
  • Grace Qian - University of California, Berkeley
  • Gracie Martin - Psychology & Economics, Harvard University
  • Laney Tillman – Data Science & Analytics, Merrimack College
  • Lauren Lott - Information Science and Technology, University of Oklahoma
  • Lydia Victor – Entrepreneurship, Drexel University
  • Maggie McCarthy – Economics, Harvard University
  • Matthew Amuguni – Applied Mathematics & Computer Science, Tufts University
  • Myla Smith – Sport Management, University of Florida
  • Nicole Savitsky – University of Michigan
  • Reece Calvin – Data Science & Economics, Northeastern University
  • Rodney Wallace – Business Administration, Lindenwood University
  • Sam Delfino – Mathematics, Northeastern University
  • Samantha Boucher - World Bachelors in Business, University of Southern California
  • Sara Barshap - Management Information Systems & Business Analytics, Villanova University
  • Sara Short – Sport Management, University of Michigan
  • Sarandia Papanastasopoulos – Information, University of Michigan
  • Simrah Siddiqui – Business Administration, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Stephanie Yoshida – Harvard University
  • Summer Shen – Economics, Harvard University
  • Travis Owusu - Quantitative Social Science, Dartmouth College
  • Yasemin Gunal – Information, University of Michigan
GRADUATE STUDENTS
  • Akhona Msibi – MS Analytics, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Alexis Geh – MBA, USC Marshall
  • Amari Kendal Parris – MS Data Science, Northeastern University
  • Cherrie Shi – MBA, Columbia University
  • Christina Fennell - PhD in Epidemiology, Harvard University
  • Dana Powell – MBA, University of Pennsylvania
  • Darius Williams-McKenzie - PhD in Higher Education, Penn State University
  • Elaine Czarnik – MS Information, University of Michigan
  • Emeka Amadi – Masters of Applied Data Science, University of Michigan
  • Gathungu Ndirangu – MS Statistics, San Diego State University
  • Jane Zorowitz – MBA, Harvard University
  • Kaleb Parker – MS Information, University of Michigan
  • Katie Hasley – MS Sports Management, Columbia University
  • Katie Payne – MBA/MSA, Ohio University
  • Kelsey Smith – MBA, USC Marshall
  • Kendall Brown – MBA, UCLA Anderson
  • Kori Carter – MBA, University of Pennsylvania
  • Milton Brown – Sports Industry Management, Georgetown University
  • Momoko Ishii - Ph.D., Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Yale University
  • Natalia Miranda – MBA, Morgan State University
  • Nikki Aitcheson-Huehn – PhD Candidate, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Rebecca Moshfegh – MBA, Northwestern University
  • Robell Okubamichael – Computer Science, Texas Southern University
  • Sierra Martin – MBA, University of Pennsylvania
  • Sophia Segreti – MBA, Columbia University
  • Titus Moore – MBA, Samford University
  • Yun Lee – Master in Data Science, University of Michigan
  • Zaire Dartez – MBA, Morgan State University
INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS
  • Ally Gerard - Business Analyst, McKinsey & Company
  • Amari McGee - IT Analyst III, Comcast
  • Amelia Hirtle - Team Administration Coordinator, New England Revolution
  • Charlotte Vance - Business Systems Analyst, Epsilon
  • Donovan Moore - Ticket Pricing & Inventory Coordinator, Spurs Sports & Entertainment
  • Eddie Richardson - Associate, Boston Consulting Group
  • Emily Wright - Data Scientist, Volleyball Canada
  • Jade Esmeralda - Client Performance Specialist, Perch
  • Kinnard Hughes - Analyst, Americas Client, J.P. Morgan Asset Management
  • Kiran Patel - Data Analyst, Portland Timbers & Thorns
  • Phillip McGloin - Associate Consultant, Bain & Company
  • Schuyler Corbin - Associate Attorney, Munck Wilson Mandala
  • Sejal Dua - Data Analytics Manager, Nike
  • Xavier Holston-Sims - Accenture, Strategy & Consulting Analyst

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Student Resume Submission

2023 Resume Submission Form & Career Opportunities Registration

Information on the Resume Book at the 2023 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference TBA. For questions regarding the Resume Book please contact resumes@sloansportsconference.com.

2022 Resume Submission Form & Career Opportunities Registration

Submissions for the Resume Book at the 2022 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference are now closed! Attendees may submit a resume and indicate interest to participate in the various career opportunities available at the Conference when they purchase a ticket. Tickets to the 2022 Conference can be purchased here. Please refer to the Career Board & Resume Book Terms of Service for eligibility requirements and guidelines regarding the use of this service. 

Forgot to upload your resume when you registered for the conference? Please submit the form below to add your resume to SSAC 2022 Resume Book.

For questions regarding the Resume Book please contact resumes@sloansportsconference.com.

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Career Board & Resume Book Terms of Service

The MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference offers the job posting platform and resume database only and makes no recommendations or endorsements regarding potential employers, employees, or job postings. Conference organizers are not in a position to review the merits of potential employers, employees, or job postings. All hiring, scheduling, and compensation for job postings are handled directly between the employer and candidate.

Eligibility to access the career board as a potential employer or employee lasts from the time of ticket purchase for that year’s conference until tickets for the following year’s conference go on sale (usually around October, six months before the conference). For the 2022 conference, access starts from the time the job board is launched in November 2021 until tickets go on sale for the 2023 conference.

For Candidates:

By submitting your resume to the 2022 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference resume database (the “Database“), the organizers of the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference (the “Organizers“) and certain employers (the “Participating Employers“) will have access to information about you and your interest in employment opportunities.

You may choose to limit the amount of personal information in your resume, and the Organizers encourage you to do so. Personal information includes your name, address, telephone number, and/or email address (“Personal Information“). We suggest that applicants include name and email addresses only. Under no circumstances should you include sensitive information, such as your social security number, passport identification number, or drivers’ license number.

If you choose to include Personal Information in your resume, both the Organizers and the Participating Employers will have access to such Personal Information and may use this information to contact you directly about employment opportunities. If you have questions or concerns about the use of your Personal Information by a Participating Employer, you should review the privacy policy for such Participating Employer, as neither the Organizers nor the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference are responsible for the use of your Personal Information by a Participating Employer.

For the avoidance of doubt, the Organizers will not use your Personal Information, as submitted in a resume, for any purpose other than as stated herein, but the Organizers cannot guarantee that third party users of the Database (including the Participating Employers) will not use your Personal Information for other purposes, such as online marketing.

You may request removal from the Database at any time, but the Organizers cannot guarantee that such removal will result in removal of your Personal Information from the databases and records of Participating Employers.

For Employers:

This user ID and password grants you access to the 2022 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference resume database (the “Database“) solely for the purpose of reviewing and contacting potential job applicants about employment opportunities. By accessing the Database, you expressly agree that you will not use the name, address, telephone number, email address, or any other personally identifiable information of any job applicant for any other purpose, including without limitation, online marketing. You also agree not to distribute the resumes or unique user ID and password to any unauthorized users.

Career Board

Information about the 2023 career board TBA.

Ticket holders for the 2022 conference are able to access the career board!

This career board is a year-round resource for conference attendees to find career opportunities with sports organizations.

To employers and recruiters: Post your job listing on the Sloan Sports Analytics Conference Career Board to be seen by over 2,500 attendees, including hundreds of MBAs and undergrads from the top universities in the world, and young professionals from leading companies in sports, consulting and finance. If you have an opening you would like to post to conference attendees, please fill out this short form.

Please note that the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference offers the job board as a platform only and makes no recommendations or endorsements regarding potential employers, employees or job postings. Conference organizers are not in a position to review the merits of potential employers, employees or job postings. All hiring, scheduling, and compensation for job postings are handled directly between the employer and candidate. Please refer to the Terms of Service for more information on eligibility and guidelines for use.

Email resumes@sloansportsconference.com if you have any questions about the job board or our resume database, which is another resource available to ticket holders only.