Jerry Csaki talks about his job at the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Jerry Csaki talks about his job at the Pro Football Hall of Fame


Jerry Csaki talks about his job at the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Jerry Csaki is celebrating 22 years of overseeing the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s youth and education programs. He is an alumnus of Alliance High School and a graduate of the University of Mount Union.

He and his wife Nikki have three children, Wesley, 14, Wyatt, 11, and Silas, 1, and the family has a dog named Charlie.

“I graduated on May 14, 2000, and began my full time employment at the Hall of Fame on May 15, 2000,” Csaki said. “One big reason I got this job was because of my sport business professors at Mount Union, Dr. Jim Thoma and Dr. Jim Kadlecek.”

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In 2021, Csaki said there were nearly 44,000 participants nationwide who took part in the Hall’s programming. The Pro Football Hall of Fame Youth & Education Department is committed to empowering youth around the world. Programs provide inspiration and encourage young people to achieve Hall of Fame success on and off the field.

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