Washington Huskies Sports Needs Your Perspective

Apr 28, 2016; Chicago, IL, USA; A general view as Carson Wentz (North Dakota State) is selected by the Philadelphia Eagles as the number two overall pick in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft at Auditorium Theatre. Mandatory Credit: Chuck Anderson-USA TODAY Sports
Apr 28, 2016; Chicago, IL, USA; A general view as Carson Wentz (North Dakota State) is selected by the Philadelphia Eagles as the number two overall pick in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft at Auditorium Theatre. Mandatory Credit: Chuck Anderson-USA TODAY Sports /
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Join The Husky Haul’s writing team. You set the when, the what, the where, and the how often. Place your perspective into the narrative about the Washington Huskies.

The Washington Huskies pursue excellence in athletics. And so, they continue to recruit new talent each year. That’s how you build a winning team.  That’s how The Husky Haul does it as well.

You can join us, today. No charge. Just a small investment of your time. You see, to join a winner you need to train, just a little.  We teach you how to use online publishing tools.  We show you the ropes of the ins and outs of writing.

All you need do is commit to being part of that winning team.  Let’s see if you can handle the pressure. Try this quiz:

Question I: Washington Huskies Head Coach Chris Petersen will deliver (fill in the blank) wins this season.
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Question II: The Washington Huskies Men’s Basketball Team will (underachieve/outperform) this season.
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Question III: Cornerback Sidney Jones and defensive tackle Elijah Qualls were drafted by the (fill in the blank).
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Question IV: Washington Huskies Alumni Isaiah Thomas plays for the (fill in the blank).
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Question V: Kelsey Plum was drafted in the 2017 (Insert league name here) by the (insert team name here).
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If you would like to be considered for a writing role, just leave your answers in the comments section below.

Even if you are a Professional

Is it time for a change?  Do you wake up each day, already knowing how it will go?  Do you have time to kill? Are you curious if you are good enough? You likely are.  We’ll help you find out.

What about the flip side? You have enjoyed a great career with national notoriety at ESPN and suddenly “poof!”, things have changed.

While you contemplate your next Pulitzer story, write pieces here, for us, to keep you in the groove.  It starts as a voluntary role at first.  A public expression of your perspective.  But you will also find a Legacy. Challenge. Competition. Experience. Camaraderie, Esprit de Corps. But it comes down to one thing.

Don’t let the thought intimidate you.  It’s as easy as typing an email to a friend or family member. The only difference is that your narrative will be shared by other fans of the Washington Huskies.

They read, you write.  Simple as that.

The Reward

So what’s in it for you? Experience. Learning about the technology of the modern age. You learn about online publishing, a skillset that you will carry forward no matter where your career flourishes. Be the best you can be.

The more you write, the better you write. Eventually, your articles will attract other opportunities. FanSided continues to have openings for gifted writers. You can find those gifts here.

If you are not on the invite list to interview for a coaching position, you are not alone. But if you have a passion for the game of basketball, football, or the University of Washington Huskies athletics programs in general, then perhaps this message is for you.

You see, we like to read about the Washington Huskies, and we think you may have what it takes. If you have passion, an opinion, and a command of the English language, we are talking to you. You merely need to click on the link provided below to see if you might be interested.

You will find that writing for The Husky Haul opens you up to an incredible experience we’d like to share.

Communicate, Your Career Depends On It

Communication is like any muscle or skill. It needs practice.  Long ago, we all gathered at the table for a family meal. We communicated long distance by becoming “pen pals” with citizens of other nations.  Some even admit to talking on a rotary dial phone for short intervals.  Years ago, homes only had one phone, and we learned how to practice communication.

Technology Changed Everything

Now things have changed. We distill complete thoughts into 140 character tweets, and find ourselves locked into social media to form that bond with one another, to find people we have common experiences and beliefs with. But we keep it short, and simple. What about the not so simple, or the not so short? What if you had the chance to explain why the University of Washington Huskies should be an impact team in the NCAA tournament of 2017?

Do you have the stuff to share that belief? Do you have strong opinions about the Washington Huskies? Are you proud enough about your alma mater to speak up? Perhaps you are a journalism major without an internship to pursue?

We have an incredible opportunity. In fact, it’s really quite simple. Click on the link above, fill out an application to become a contributor for The Husky Haul, take our free online course videos which will give you all the information you will need, and then submit examples of your writing.

We look forward to hearing from you.