Professional Development Workshops

If you are interested in participating in virtual professional development workshops, please click here to sign up for upcoming workshops.

Offseason Work Opportunities

Visit the Player Resource Center’s Work Opportunities page to learn about available opportunities or complete this short survey to better direct to your areas of interest.

Community Outreach in the Dominican Republic

As a part of the player programs, social responsibility and community outreach, we partner with local schools and communities for education and social wellbeing initiatives. Please contact us at [email protected] to learn more about these initiatives.

Northeastern University - Virtual Workshops

Northeastern University’s Career Design Virtual Workshops are available to players looking for help creating or updating their resumes/cover letters and preparing for job interviews. During these workshops, participants will learn how to align their baseball experience on their resumes to the jobs they are targeting and effectively use job search tools and networking platforms, such as LinkedIn, to connect and network with professionals in their areas of interest. These workshops are available to active and former players at no cost. Players do not need to be enrolled in a Northeastern University program to take advantage of these workshops. Please click here to learn more about the available virtual workshops and access the Spring 2024 schedule. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected].

Career Transitions Webinars

The Player Programs Department hosts Career Transitions Webinars that provide players with information regarding available resources and support as they begin to plan for the transition to life after baseball, regardless of where they are in their playing careers. These workshops are intended to build on each other and are informed by the needs of players. The recordings of the webinars will be posted on this page for players, and those that work with players to access.

Career Readiness & The Job Search

Redefining Your Identify After Baseball