How to Get a Job in the Outdoor Industry | Land Your Dream Job | My Story

How to Get a Job in the Outdoor Industry | Land Your Dream Job | My Story

My advice and tips on how to land a job in the Outdoor Industry. This video is for anyone looking to work in the Outdoor Industry – whether you are interested in hunting, fishing, outdoor recreation, etc – I tried my best to give you guys info that will work in ANY segment of the industry! πŸ™‚ If you have any questions, leave comments below!! I may even film a part II.

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50 Replies to “How to Get a Job in the Outdoor Industry | Land Your Dream Job | My Story”

  1. Allie, just came across this video because I’m currently stuck in a job field I hate and am looking for something more outdoors. This video was extremely helpful and you made points that didn’t even cross my mind. I really want to thank you for this great advice!! You’ve got yourself a new subscriber πŸ™‚ thanks for the great content! xx

  2. My girlfriend is a fitness trainer and a part-time model which led to a pretty cool opportunity, she was hired to be on the BIKINI BOW FISHING SHOW that’s on YouTube and now she is a spokes person for Bass Pro Shops.

  3. i just finished watching land your dream job i still did’nt get what it was you and the company you work for do exactly

  4. Hey thanks for the video! I’ve been trying to get into the industry (hopefully on the design side) and I found your video very helpfuI! You mentioned some approaches that I didn’t even think about. I think your tips and are applicable to anything you might be into doing in the industry πŸ™‚

  5. Would you be able to do a video further diving into your personal influencer brand and any tips for managing it? I’ve been at this for two years now, starting in the motorcycle industry, and realized that I sacrificed my passion for the outdoors in doing so and a balance was needed between the two; so I rebranded and am starting over with lots of prep work and much more organization & structure. I do what I love as a field journalist documenting my experiences in motorworks and the outdoors, but since the merger I have watched my following plummet, and my website is getting views but not enough. I’m breaking into video content to supplement photo and writing, and that takes time to figure out. I am a part of an entrepreneurship center at the University at which I am finishing my bachelors in business, but nobody in the center has any experience in doing what you or I do; they are versed in churn & burn venture capitalism scenarios and merchandising/franchising which is a completely different ballgame. Any advice, tips, insights would really help. I know a few people very passionate about what they do but they just can’t seem to kick it off effectively.
    Thank you,
    -Zane

  6. Awesome content. I recently just got out of the military and graduated college seeking a similar career. I appreciate the advice and found valuable information in your comments section. I too am frequently available to hunt and fish but often have to go solo. I will look into those forums to begin networking. Thank you! Keep up the great work.

  7. Well Done.

    Your engaging and present energy is lifting.
    Thank you.

    Your tips cover a sustainable journey to full potential both in the recruitment of talent and cause. You invite us further.

    You give us goodness, creativity, awareness, and authenticity.
    Thank you.

    Lee @ M

    PS. Please contact mbrands.co for some budget and free video tips to take people further. https://secure.scheduleonce.com/LeeMaddox

    PSS. I think your industry has huge sustainable opportunities worth exploring.

  8. I’m about to start my first year in college this fall, what major would you recommend for this kind of job?

  9. Allie I like your channel and your cooking. but I have to say 50 years in the woods. owned farms planted food plots hunted whitetails all over canada. killed boomers and pope and Youngs and it’s how we roll.
    I mean no disrespect but I have watched an airline steward as Tiffany a baby sitter Nichole and some other break
    h in with zero woods knowledge and no street credit but they have LOOKS.
    I’m on the in in Iowa and Illinois but women drive the ratings…it’s a fact. if I’m going in the woods for 2 weeks to kill a booner I will take my friends hands down over any of the current batch of pretty celeb hunters. they have more big bucks knowledge than three so called experts and the big bucks to prove it.
    I do like your channel but just wanted to say for the guys it’s almost impossible to break in.

  10. Anyone can kill pope and young these days, there’s 4 farms within 50 miles from my land, for the price you can shoot whatever your heart desires. I have much more respect for Allie ,for doin it the hard way on public land,it’s much more gratifying. Keep it up Allie , enjoy it as long as you can. Welcome to the field

  11. This is a strange thing to ask I guess but once I noticed it the thought can’t escape my mind. Why don’t you ever take your hat/hood/headbands etc off? Is it so you don’t get recognized in public as easily?
    Just curious.
    BTW you look great in hats! My boyfriend makes fun of me when I wear camo hats as he’s a macho rock brain. Which of course begs the question as to why I date him. Yeps, been re-thinkin that one lately!
    Love your shows!!

  12. Well this has nothing to do with this video but you have inspired me to go get the deer head (skull) in the woods near here I found a couple of years ago and left. It is by the trans-Canada highway so was probable road kill but I now want it and so does my grandson.

  13. Thanks again for sharing your wonderful experience.. not many people take the time to help others out, but you take first prize. I’m about to retire, but could have used these words of wisdom years ago. Would have loved to work in some type of outdoor job…

  14. So out of curiosity, since its not listed as a sponsor and you are not running this channel to promote your company, what company is that? Its great that they support your adventures and passion as well as help with the opportunities to expand your dream job and promote your own brand. I am working on starting up a channel of my own for gear reviews and adventure sharing as well. I don’t work in the industry but I spend 90% of my off work time in it one way or another.

  15. WOW !!!, talk about a bunch of jealous,grumpy old people. What’s wrong with making a living at doing something you love, just cause you have been doing it longer doesn’t mean you’re the expert. And for the rest of you pervs , really

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