Internships in Sports

Looking for more internships in Sports? Check out the most recent internship postings in Sports.

Below you'll find all of the companies that we've covered that may offer internships in Sports. You can also look at entry level jobs in Sports.

Atlantic League Logo

In the winter of 1997, my Dad and I woke up early one morning and drove into the heart of Bridgeport, a plighted inner-city if I had ever seen one. We pulled up to a job site trailer that sat where the left field home run fence would soon stand in a half-built stadium. We were given a tour of what was built and then taken inside the trailer to select our seats for the season tickets that we had pre-ordered. We picked seats directly behind the home team dugout and just about even with the pitcher’s mound, as our excitement grew for the coming of the Bridgeport Bluefish’s inaugural season. The team was a founding member of the Atlantic League, which brings baseball to fans from Maryland to Connecticut. Although the Bridgeport Bluefish don’t currently have any internships posted on the Atlantic League’s Internships site, a number of other Atlantic League teams do.

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by on August 28, 2008

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Are you constantly bruised, scraped, and loaded with adrenaline? If so, it’s pretty likely that you’re a reader of one of Transworld’s magazines – Surf, Skateboarding, Snowboarding, RIDEbmx, Motocross, Quad Off-Road, or Business when you’re taking some time to heal up before your next extreme adventure. Transworld has readership of over 4 million across these titles, which is surprising since you’d think most action sports enthusiasts would be too busy trying to break their next bone to sit down and read a magazine. With 7 great titles and a strong online presence, Transworld is a major player in extreme sports media. They don’t have a unified internship program, but we’ve done some research to try to identify what kind of internships you might be able to snag with each of their magazines.

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Arena Football League

by on August 5, 2008

Arena Football League Logo

How do you make any sport better? Put the word “arena” in front of it! Arena Soccer, arena badminton, arena fishing, arena skydiving… you get the idea. Putting “arena” in front of a sport’s name is only second to putting “extreme” in front of it. Well one of the sports that actually works (not necessarily better) in an arena is football. The Arena Football League is exciting to watch and offers an option for the football junkies who are bored to tears in the offseason. Getting an internship in sports can be tough, and getting an internship with a team in a major sports league can be near impossible. Sometimes looking to the secondary leagues (sorry AFL) can offer great alternatives.

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ATP LogoWTA Logo

What perfect timing! I happen to be in Montreal during the Rogers Cup, and I’m writing about the ATP and WTA Tennis Tours. Ok, so I’m not actually going to see any tennis matches, but the highlights have been all over the tv news here. To be honest, I’m not a huge fan of tennis, but I still think it would be pretty cool to intern for the ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) or WTA (Women’s Tennis Association). They’re both looking for Fall interns, and they won’t make you do the tennis version of getting the coffee – be a ball boy or girl.

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NHL Teams

by on July 23, 2008

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Considering that it’s July, hockey probably isn’t the first thing on your mind right now, unless, of course, you’re sweltering in a room without air conditioning dreaming of the cool air inside the rink. The offseason is a time for National Hockey League Teams to address their needs, and that isn’t only about the personnel who wear ice skates. Although many of the NHL Teams have major Summer internship programs, they also need interns during the hockey season. While you may be focused on baseball or the Olympics right now, you should get your mind back to hockey for a bit and try to find an internship with an NHL Team for this coming fall or spring.

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XM Satellite Radio

by on July 17, 2008

XM Satellite Radio

Yesterday we were doing our daily scan for Fall Internships on Twitter via Summize and came across something cool. XM Satellite Radio has a Twitter account solely for its internship program. Although they only have 7 followers at the moment, XM’s interns are doing something groundbreaking – they’re live micro-blogging their internships with corporate blessing. We are impressed! That was enough to convince us to write about XM’s internships; however, we were doubly impressed when a closer look at their internships site reavealed that XM currently has 31 Fall internships listed.

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Houston Astros

by on June 27, 2008

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Great timing for this one. The Houston Astros are 37-42 and just released a player for choking their General Manager. Still, they are a Major League Baseball team, and they have a ton of Fall internships available. Despite the rough times that the team is going through, we doubt that they’ll have any effect on the quality of the internships experience. There are few internships more desirable than those with professional sports teams.

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NFL Teams

by on June 23, 2008

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We’re back from two weeks off, and we’re ready to talk about a new company’s Fall internship offerings every day! Yes, it’s hard to look that far forward. We just passed the longest day of the year – it’s officially summer- and nobody wants to be thinking about fall quite yet. Well, nobody except the football fanatics. That’s why we’re going to start off by talking about NFL Teams and the internships that they’re offering for the Fall of 2008. We can’t think of a better way to get you in the right mindset.

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The Landers Group

by on May 23, 2008

The Landers Group

This is essentially the same post that we posted about The Landers Group on One Day, One Job today. It’s important and applies to internships too, so make sure you read it.

One Day, One Internship is about helping college students find great internships. We’ve always taken this literally by featuring companies that look like great places to work (we can’t ever be 100% on this, but we do our best). Well, a big part of finding a great internship is avoiding the not so great (or really awful) internships that are out there, so, today, we are going to look at a company called The Landers Group, which has been identified as a scam by people online and in the media. As it gets later in the internship hunting season, many college students become desperate. It makes them easy prey for employment scams like those peddled by The Landers Group.

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by on May 15, 2008

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It is no wonder that I decided to play volleyball in college. After all, my parents met on the volleyball court, and my first toy was not a doll or a teddy bear, but it was a mini Molton volleyball too big to even fit in my hands. Upon graduation in a couple of weeks, I will officially be retired from college athletics. As I enter the working world in the fall, for the first time in my life, I will be forced to fit volleyball into my schedule, rather than fitting my schedule around volleyball. Unfortunately, in consulting “on the beach” means working out of the home office, where volleyball is not an approved activity. Had I known that volleyball could have been my work and my play, like it is for the AVP‘s interns, I may have decided on a different career path. It’s too bad One Day, One Internship wasn’t around during my internship search.

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National Coaching Fellows Logo

Fellowship Programs are the new big thing for college graduates. There are quite a few highly competitive programs like Teach for America, New York City Teaching Fellows, and The New Teacher Project that focus on turning new college grads into teachers in low-income public schools. What about coaching? Athletics has become significantly linked to education in America, and it is also one of the few areas where low-income schools can be on par with their well funded counterparts. Sounds to us like there’s an opportunity to initiate change there. Coaches often seem more accessible to students than teachers are, so why not put the same types of young leaders that are being recruited as teachers in coaching positions at high needs schools and see what happens? That’s what Philip Kovoor wants to do with National Coaching Fellows, the non-profit organization that he recently started.

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Harlem RBI

by on April 27, 2008

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At the time that this post is set to publish, I should be off to my first softball game of the Spring, unless we get rained out (which is unfortunately looking likely). Now, I consider my Sunday morning softball games to be an “educational experience,” but the truth of the matter is that my team consists mostly of dirty old men who are 20-40 years my senior, and all I learn from them are new ways to insult people and other forms of colorful language. Still, Sunday softball is a good way to keep me off the streets and out of trouble. Harlem RBI does the same thing for inner-city kids, while also offering educational programs. I sure hope the kids in Harlem RBI are having a more meaningful educational experiences associated with their baseball and softball than I am.

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by on April 23, 2008

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“Many Burton employees will snag freshies first thing in the morning before coming in to work during the winter.” Being non “riders,” we’re don’t know a whole lot about snowboarding, but we can be pretty sure that interns at Burton’s Burlington, VT office probably won’t have this luxury. It’s not that Burton doesn’t care about their interns, it’s just that “freshies” are kind of hard to snag in the heat of the summer. That’s ok, though, because Vermont is beautiful in the Summer and offers plenty of other outdoor opportunities for when you’re not helping Burton at the world’s first snowboard factory.

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Bleacher Report

by on April 7, 2008

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I majored in Industrial and Labor Relations, and I can say with near certainty that most of the guys (and some of the girls) who started in that major with me wanted to be sports agents. It was our way of hanging on to childhood dreams after coming to the sad reality that we weren’t ever going to be professional athletes. By choosing a profession that allows everyday interaction with sports stars, we could come close to what we always dreamed of. If you’ve been through the same thought process, and we know there’s a lot of you who have, it’s time to start considering an internship in sports. The truth is that working in sports isn’t for everyone, so those who are considering it need to test the waters – and there’s no better way than an internship with a company like Bleacher Report

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United States Golf Association Logo

When you think of non-profit organizations and their missions, you typically think about groups that are feeding the hungry, saving the planet, or promoting education. There are myriad non-profit organizations that aren’t dealing with such serious issues, but they still deserve your attention during your internship search. One example is the United States Golf Association. As golf’s national governing body, the USGA is constantly focused on anything that is “for the good of the game,” whether it be running tournaments, writing the rules of Golf, or supporting other golf related programs.

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by on March 20, 2008

Posting from Spring Break seemed like a good idea – until our hotel’s Wi-Fi went down. This presents two problems. First, we might not be able to watch the Cornell-Standord game online (it doesn’t seem like this place gets CSTV). Second, we can’t even give you a mini post like we have been doing all week. This is coming from an iPhone which has no copy and paste; therefore, we can’t even put together a bunch of links.

We wanted to start March Madness off right by featuring internships with You’ll have to do the research on your own, but you can start at the Careers Page.

U.S. Olympic Committee

by on March 9, 2008

U.S. Olympic Committee Logo

I was blessed to grow up in Chicago during a time when the Bulls were the most dominant sports team in the world. I was crazy about each and every player on the team, but was especially obsessed with BJ Armstrong. Now, I know that you may be thinking that BJ is a funny choice, given the more obvious picks of Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman and the likes, but there was something about BJ’s work ethic and drive that made me fall in love with him. So when I saw him eating dinner at a restaurant near my house, I could hardly contain myself. Now imagine yourself eating dinner everyday next to your favorite Olympic heroes. As an intern at the U.S. Olympic Committee you could do just that, plus breakfast and lunch.

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NBA Logo

If you’re a basketball fan, you’re probably gearing up for March Madness. Some of you are probably hoping that your school’s team will be on the right side of the bubble come Selection Sunday, while others are celebrating a ticket that has already been punched (Cornell!). We’re much bigger college basketball fans than we are pro basketball fans, but internships in college basketball aren’t a common thing. That’s why this post isn’t about them, but it is about basketball. Many NBA, WNBA, and NBADL Teams have summer internship programs that will give you the opportunity to decide if a career in sports is something that you really want to pursue.

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