Student Athletes

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Student-athletes develop a unique set of skills that are transferable to many industries. Hiatt is here to help Brandeis student-athletes explore how those skills and interests can inform a meaningful professional life.

Alumni Career Chat Video with Aaron Katzman '05

Brandeis Alumni Career Chat: Aaron Katzman '05

Aaron Katzman '05 is a College GameDay Producer at ESPN for both college football and college basketball. Aaron received his JD with a focus on sports law from Quinnipiac Law School in 2011, and his BA in American studies from Brandeis University in 2005. During his time at Brandeis, he was a member of the Brandeis golf team, radio sports director for WBRS radio, and founder/editor of Luis Lunatic sports magazine.

Career Help

Student athletes make great employees! As a student athlete you’ve spent years developing desirable skills that employers seek such as:

General Resources


As an athlete, you are part of a close community of peers and coaches, with contacts throughout sports and industries. Look for contacts to expand your network and speak with professionals who have roles that interest you. Learn more about creating your own network.

Search Resources


Include sports on your resume to market your skills and accomplishments to an employer or graduate school. Describe what you have learned and qualities you have developed over only focusing on your sport.


  • Balanced a 18+ hour practice, training, competition, and travel schedule, at NCAA Division III level, in addition to academics

  • Selected by teammates as squad leader for the 20xx season, assisting in training drills and motivating teammates

  • Created marketing theme and ordered apparel for team and coaching staff

  • Coach and mentor young players weekly at Waltham public schools with teammates

  • Communicate team and university environment and values to prospective recruits

Meet with Us

Make an appointment with us to talk about questions including: