Robbins, CPASS Office of Student Success, has supported Kirschner’s progress through
helping him develop marketable skills and connections. “I love meeting with
students like Zach who are passionate about the field of sport management and
are proactively seeking real-world experiences that will help them reach their
professional goals,” Robbins said. “It is exciting to see my students find
these unique opportunities that perfectly align with their interests. Zach told
me he played in the tournament he will now be overseeing. Go get ‘em, Zach!”
from Montville, N.J., says that the WVU sport management program boosts his
career pathway by setting him up with opportunities in and out of the
classroom. “I have outstanding professors who have supported me through
everything as well as providing great resources outside of the classroom,” he said.
the WVU Baseball team student manager, Kirschner is responsible for various
tasks that he can envision expanding into a career. “I help with on and off the
field duties as well as gameday activities,” he said. Additionally, Kirschner
is a member of the Sport Management Club. He plans on joining more groups next
academic year to add to his portfolio.