Eve Rosenbaum is the Manager of International Scouting for the 2017 World Series Champion Houston Astros.  It’s a dream come true for this baseball lover who played ball most of her life, including playing softball in college. Shortly after graduating, her childhood dream came true.  Today, Eve scouts young baseball stars around the world, frequently traveling to Colombia and the Dominican Republic to watch up and coming teenagers test their baseball chops. She also manages the international scouting team, making decisions about which players outside the US and Canada to sign to play in the US minor leagues. Eve was directly involved in signing Venezuelan Jose Altuve, the Astros’ second baseman and the 2017 American League MVP. Before working for the 2017 World Series champs, Eve attended Harvard College, where she studied Psychology and Philosophy and earned a summer internship with the Boston Red Sox.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:

  • Why you should explore getting a summer internship or year-round internship at a major league team
  • How having played high school or collegiate sports is an invaluable experience to have as a professional — in any industry
  • Why Eve looks to hire self-starters
  • Why your college major doesn’t matter if you want to break into this industry
  • How your days will likely be long ones — try 7a until 10p 6 days a week
  • Why you should watch or read Moneyball and watch Pelotero about scouting baseball players overseas
  • If you want to learn more about Eve’s current job and her career listen to T4C episode #50

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