If you love sports and you love apparel, Baltimore-based Under Armour may be a great place to start a career.

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You know the feeling – it’s hot, wet, sticky and feels like it weighs about 6 lbs. So you change shirts during practice. Twice. That’s three shirts in one practice. You practice 5 days a week. That’s a lot of laundry. How would you like to work for a company founded out of a strong disdain for wet t-shirts (no, not the kind you might find on Spring Break)? Kevin Plank started Under Armour in 1995 with the idea of making better t-shirts to wear under his uniform while he played for the University of Maryland Football Team. With a great product and a little luck, Under Armour has become an essential piece of an athlete’s wardrobe in what was seemingly a saturated market.

Under Armour is known for their tagline “We must protect this house!” As the fastest growing sports brand in the world, their house is getting bigger and harder to protect every day (they keep adding new product lines and entering new markets). That’s why Under Armour is constantly working to build a stronger team. Under Armour’s job postings put a strong emphasis on making history and finding new ways to do things. If you love sports and you love apparel, take a look at these positions that might be right for a recent college graduate.

Some job listings on Under Armour’s site, such as those for Product Line Management, don’t mention required experience, but we’re going to guess that they aren’t going to put kids who are fresh out of college in charge of entire product lines. The listings are certainly a little unclear, so if anybody from Under Armour reads this, can you leave a comment and confirm that these positions require significant experience?

Also, Under Armour has a separate web page for their “Rookie Program,” which is another name for their internship offerings. They really should extend this idea to entry-level hiring so that is easier for applicants to determine which jobs are appropriate to apply for.

If you hate wet t-shirts as much as Kevin Plank does, give Under Armour’s career opportunities a look.

Note: On April 21st we revisited entry-level jobs at Under Armour.

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