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Summer and Weekend Jobs for Teens: How to Make Great Part-Time Money as a Youth Baseball Umpire: This baseball umpiring book is written for teenagers by a teenage umpire.


Looking for a spring, summer, or fall part-time job for your teenage son or daughter? Rich Dossan started umpiring at age 15 and was making more money than all his friends by the end of the first month! In this step-by-step guide, Rich provides everything you'll need to find, apply for, get started and succeed as a Little League baseball umpire.


TEENAGERS: DO YOU WANT A SUMMER JOB THAT:


  • Is always looking for more help?
  • Pays more than minimum wage?
  • Lets you work outdoors around a sport you love?
  • Allows you to take weekends off whenever you want?
  • Never makes you sit behind a computer?

YOUR HIGH-SCHOOL JOB DOESN'T HAVE TO BE A DRAG - LEARN HOW TO USE YOUR LOVE OF SPORTS & OUTDOORS TO BECOME A YOUTH BASEBALL UMPIRE


If you have a passion for the all-American sport of baseball, a part-time job as a youth baseball umpire could be the perfect spring, summer or fall job for you. In nearly every community in America, spring, summer, and fall means neighborhood baseball fields filled with baseball dads, moms, and players ready for a day dedicated to youth baseball. And every one of those games needs youth baseball umpires.


WHILE UMPIRING YOUTH BASEBALL CARRIES RESPONSIBILITY, MANY TEENAGERS ARE PERFECT FOR THE JOB


Teenagers naturally have many of the skills needed to be a great youth baseball umpire, including:


  • Knowledge of the game if they played Little League baseball in the past
  • Stamina and physical fitness
  • Willingness to learn
  • Ability to get along with people
  • Love for youth baseball, sports & outdoors


Summer and Weekend Jobs for Teens: How to Make Great Part-Time Money as a Youth Baseball Umpire by Rich Dossan will teach you what you need to know to get and excel as a spring, summer fall youth baseball umpire. In the guide you will learn how to:


  • Discover if baseball umpiring is a good fit...before applying for the job
  • Find umpire job openings and how to apply
  • Hit your job interview out of the park!
  • Get hired even if you rode the bench as a little league player
  • Buy only the equipment you'll need to get started (for cheap!)
  • Expect and request field training from your boss
  • Get tips they won't teach you in your training
  • Understand certain game rules that are confusing
  • Schedule for games
  • Start a game, including what to say to coaches at the beginning
  • Get used to hearing your own voice so you are confident when making calls
  • Be patient with yourself, coaches, parents, and players
  • Look like you've umpired before even in your first game
  • Handle hostile coaches without going overboard
  • Avoid common mistakes made by beginning umpires
  • Work with other umpires you're assigned to without letting them take advantage of you
  • Stay in control of the game when things get out of hand
  • Talk with players...and when not to
  • Gain a good reputation as a quality and reliable umpire and have higher paying umpire jobs come to you!
  • Advance to competitive and tournament baseball umpiring for bigger paychecks!

If you love sports & outdoors, make sure to read Summer and Weekend Jobs for Teens: How to Make Great Part-Time Money as a Youth Baseball Umpire before accepting that part-time job washing dishes or bagging groceries. Umpiring youth baseball may be the perfect seasonal or weekend job for you.


19-year-old Rich Dossan has been umpiring youth baseball since age 15. Beginning in a recreational league, he quickly worked his way up to umpiring competitive league games and tournaments. Rich is in his 2nd year of college and is paying his own way through college thanks to his money made as a baseball umpire.