Sports Internship Panel On Tuesday, the ILRSMC will be hosting an internship panel featuring current students who have worked in the sports industry. Panelists have interned with a variety of sports companies and leagues including Major League Baseball, San Diego Padres, and BloombergRead More
Can Pete Carroll help turn Seattle sports around? Poll of the Week is a weekly (duh) feature appearing every Monday or Tuesday. Please vote on the right sidebar, and back up your opinion in the comments. Feel free to email poll suggestions to email@example.com. This won’t beRead More
Tuesday 3/1 – 4:30 – Ives 105 On Tuesday, March 1st, our club is honored to host consultant and entrepreneur Eric Kutner. A 1995 graduate of Princeton (with a degree in Physics), he is a sports marketing expert who owned an operated world class tennis events, served on theRead More
Robbie Cohen ’13, Former ILRSBS President
"The Sports Business Society was an unbelievable way to supplement my Cornell education. It provided me with tremendous networking opportunities and allowed me to develop many crucial skills, both of which benefit me every day. I can say with no doubt that SBS prepared me for a career in the sports industry."
Melissa Kelly ’15, Intern, Major League Baseball Labor Relations Department
"ILRSBS was something I first gained interest in on my tour of Cornell while I was still in high school. As a member, it has given me the opportunity to learn first hand from the leaders in the sports industry and gain experiences that I would have never been able to on my own. The club does an amazing job connecting members with our alumni through their various events."
Jeff Lebow ’11 – Assistant, Baseball Operations, New York Mets, Former ILRSBS President
"ILRSBS gave me a platform to express my own sports-related ideas and learn from others (speakers or other club members). My participation in ILRSBS made me a more viable candidate to be hired in the sports world out of college, but more importantly, my ILRSBS experiences directly led me to contribute at my job at a much higher level had I not been involved."