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Spring 2009 Intern Applications Close December 1, 2009

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Fall semester is coming to a close, which means that if you are a student, you are getting ready to enjoy your Winter Break and are cramming information into your mind to prepare for Finals.  It also means that Dynasty Athlete Representation, LLC will begin to narrow down its pool of candidates that have applied for a Spring 2009 internship.  At this point in time, we have so many qualified applicants that this post really is not necessary; however, I would like to open up applications for one more day before we shut down entries.  The Spring 2009 intern class will begin on January 1, 2009 and serve as interns until April 30, 2009.  Interns will be selected differently this go around.  Each division will have its own designated intern and then I will have an intern under me to work hand in hand with oversight of the entire company.  These are exciting times at Dynasty.  If you are interested in applying, please email [email protected], and let us know who you are, why we should select you, and please include your resume.

If you are interested in applying, please read this information:

What: Dynasty Athlete Representation, LLC will be selecting a non-disclosed number of interns to serve an active role in the development of all current business and future Dynasty endeavors. Interns will be given complete access to confidential information. It is a non-paying internship.

When: Applicants are encouraged to apply up until 5 p.m. EST Monday, December 1, 2008. Any applications submitted after that date and time will not be considered for the Spring 2009 class.  There will be no exceptions.  If you apply after the deadline, please specify whether you would like us to consider you for Summer 2009 or Fall 2009.

Who: Anyone may apply. Preference may be given based on a myriad of factors, including: education, experience, location, connections, passion, etc.

Where: Accepted interns will be able to go about their education/work from their current locale. The internship will entail heavy contact and availability; however, we believe that moving to a new venue is unnecessary.

If you are interested in applying, please send your resume and any other pertinent information to [email protected]. We will take a while to make initial cuts, but all interns will be selected no later than December 25, 2009.  Not all applicants will receive phone interviews. We look forward to hearing from you!

By Darren Heitner

Darren Heitner created Sports Agent Blog as a New Year's Resolution on December 31, 2005. Originally titled, "I Want To Be A Sports Agent," the website was founded with the intention of causing Heitner to learn more about the profession that he wanted to join, meet reputable individuals in the space and force himself to stay on top of the latest news and trends.

Heitner now runs Heitner Legal, P.L.L.C., which is a law firm with many practice areas, including sports law and contract law. Heitner has represented numerous athletes and sports agents as legal counsel. He has also served as an Adjunct Professor at Indiana University Bloomington from 2011-2014, where he created and taught a course titled, Sport Agency Management, which included subjects ranging from NCAA regulations to athlete agent certification and the rules governing the profession. Heitner serves as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where he teaches a Sports Law class that includes case law surrounding athlete agents and the NCAA rules.

10 replies on “Spring 2009 Intern Applications Close December 1, 2009”

when is the website gonna be updated? i havent seen the new football and basketball players you had mentioned in an earlier post? thanks mr. heitner

For obvious reasons, it is still too early to update our football client sheet. We have added one player, Darren Halliburton, but the rest will come shortly as college players who do not have bowl games begin to sign and once the bowl season is over, hopefully more come our way. The basketball sheet will be updated as players sign with clubs. V’Angelo has signed with a CBA team and is currently in training camp. We’ll get that updated shortly.

Can you explain the eason for bringing in Haliburton? He will never be able to play higher than afl2 (if that) because he simply isnt good. I am really curious where you see him ending up. And also, does his brother dajuan morgan of the KC Chiefs have anything to do with you bringing him in? Maybe trying to establish a relationship so you can take dajuan away from ben dogra?

Haliburton is a good kid. Darren, Clarence, and Elton were solid guys to add in the infancy of our football division. I have confidence that we will find them jobs in the near future. Dajuan has nothing to do with our signing of Darren. I have absolutely no intention of “stealing” clients from other agents. After all, one of the main purposes of this blog is to create a more congenial atmosphere amongst agents and attempt to filter out the dirtier side of the business.

USF bulls,

haliburtons youngest brother deandre is a CB at nc state, this could be an attempt to develop a strong relationship in hopes of landing the younger morgan. idk but heitner has somethin up his sleeve i think

What many of your are forgetting and ultimately charging Darren with is being a good agent; this requires him to constantly network to furthur advance his company.

Darren Haliburton led his AIFL team (equivalent to AFL2) from New Mexico in every receiving category, including recording 24 touchdowns. Darren was also a part of the Minnesota Vikings 2008 training camp and was one Jared Allen signing away from making their practice squad. I would assume that this would clear up your extremely uninformed, knee-jerking statement about is pro potential.

Darren is a great kid who was actively looking for representation, and when we signed him up, I was still unaware about either of his brothers. To this date, I have not mentioned either of Darren’s brothers to him. It would be a violation if I actively pursued either brother, and if they want to find me, that’s their business. I just let me work speak for itself and concentrate on the task at hand. I hope this clears anything up!

Sounds like you guys are all haters. Isn’t part of being a successful sports agent developing relationships? One of the most common ways to gain clients is by already representing one of their friends or family members. If you provide good service to an athlete they will recommend you to their buddies, its part of the business. Who cares what the motive was for signing this athlete, as long as he is given the same service as any other client.

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