How to Become a Varsity Representative

Varsity produces cheerleading and other uniforms.
Varsity produces cheerleading and other uniforms. (Image: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images Sport/Getty Images)

Founded in 1979, Varsity is a clothing manufacturer specializing in cheerleading and sports uniforms. Varsity representatives are salespeople who represent the varsity brand while working with clients to help them select uniforms and related clothing. Representatives receive regular pay plus a sales commission. They also receive such benefits as health insurance and a 401k plan. Varsity expects its representatives to be spirited and enthusiastic. If need to be an upbeat person with sales experience who enjoys working with his clients.

Visit the Varsity website to see if there are any sales representative openings in your area. Jobs are posted as they become available.

Write a resume that highlights your relevant experience and skills.

Send your resume to the email address listed with the job opening. This address will vary by position.

Prepare for a potential interview. Practice talking about your experiences and be prepared to demonstrate your sales ability. Practice giving a sales pitch. Varsity wants upbeat and energetic employees, so maintain a high tempo to demonstrate your enthusiasm while remaining professional and proper.

Tips & Warnings

  • To become a Varsity representative, you should have a degree in business, education or a related field.
  • You need to have strong planning and analytical skills, so highlight your experiences solving problems and developing plans. For example, highlight projects that you have managed and how you have dealt with problems. You should have strong interpersonal skills and be energetic. Demonstrate that you have experience working with people and highlight experiences that show you are an energetic person. For example, you have experience as a cheerleader.

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