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What’s the best thing to go for when you want to play football in collage

What I mean by this is like what to study in case you don’t get the football career you want in collage

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Alok’s Answer

Begin by pondering on your strengths or hobbies that exist beyond the realm of football. After identifying one or more of these areas, delve into them to discover the opportunities they hold. Commit a portion of your weekly schedule to these pursuits, nurturing them into a robust Plan-B. This way, you're not just relying on football, but also building a safety net using your other talents and interests. It's an encouraging step towards diversifying your skills and opening up new possibilities.
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Brian’s Answer

Hey Destiny,

As someone who played high school football for four years, I understand the importance of being a team player and having good communication skills. These qualities can be valuable in many career fields. Personally, I was also interested in business, so I pursued a career in consulting. In this field, you will always be working in teams, and effective communication is crucial.

If you're curious about my major, I chose management information systems. This degree is broad enough to provide opportunities in both technical and functional roles. It allows me to leverage my skills and interests to pave my own path.

I hope this advice helps you in considering your career options. Remember to explore your passions and strengths, and find a field that aligns with them. Good luck!

Best,
Brian

Brian recommends the following next steps:

Take career assessments
Use Youtube tutorials to create a Linkedin Profile - its a social media for professional use
Then reach out to any professionals that you can find that work in the fields you are interested in, connect with them and ask for 15 minute chats so you can ask about what they do and why
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Chris’s Answer

Hello Destiny!

Luckily even if college football or any other college sport happens not to work out there are still many options available. If you still have a love for sports there are many careers that deal with sports without needing to be on the field. Such career paths include: Sports Journalism, Physical Education, Nutrition Coach, Personal Coach, Sports Medicine, or Physical Therapy. All these and some more are options available to fall back on if football doesn’t work out like as planned. There are also many other careers too that are not related to sports you can do as well. Just make sure to remember to choose something you have interest in.
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Omar’s Answer

Hi Destiny!

Good question. College is an important time for planning your future. If football doesn't work out, you want to ensure you have a solid back up plan. I work in the tech world, and recommend looking into data analytics/engineering. That would be beneficial to any industry, including sports. Best of luck!
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