Jared Mycyk is in his first season as the assistant equipment manager for the Aeros. He joins the team after spending last year as the head equipment manager of the Louisiana IceGators (SPHL) in Lafayette, LA. In 2010-11, he worked for the Mississippi RiverKings (CHL) as the head equipment manager.
Prior to his time in the pro ranks, Jared spent six seasons in the NCAA at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, serving in several capacities. Aside from his responsibilities as a student, he served as the head equipment manager for the Robert Morris University (Division I NCAA) Men's hockey program from 2004-10. In addition to his Men’s program responsibilities, Jared accepted the same capacity for the first three years of the Women's Division I NCAA program from 2005-08. He also worked as the assistant equipment manager for RMU's Division I AA football program during his last two years at the university (2008-10).
When Jared left RMU, he had several degrees with him. Mycyk earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (B.S.B.A.) degree in Sport Management and in Marketing in 2008. Two years later, Jared earned his Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree.
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