a cycling coach for the University of California

  • Copyright

    Senior Member
    American English
    #3
    A manager for IBM.
    An assembly worker for General Motors.
    A cycling coach for the University of California.

    I guess we work "for" companies and institutions.
     

    BellaDancer

    Senior Member
    English -- USA
    #4
    "For someone to do this to you on purpose, it's unfathomable," says Peterson, a cycling coach for the University of California, Los Angeles.
    Can I use "of" instead of for?
    You can use "at."

    ... a cycling coach at the University of California ...

    Similarly, using Copyright's examples,

    ... a manager at IBM ...
    ... an assembly worker at General Motors ...
     
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