The Pacers Sports & Entertainment Company has formed an Inside Sales department designed to provide the experience necessary for a rewarding career within the sports industry. Students will each be honorary members of the Indiana Pacers Group Sales Staff. Their job will be to market, promote, and sell the thrilling experience of a Pacers game to prospective buyers.
For More Information contact Chris Bence:
Indiana Pacers Sports
125 S. Pennsylvania St
Indianapolis, IN 46204
The Evansville IceMen organization works collaboratively with colleges to offer internships to highly motivated and committed students who wish to build upon their college education with practical work experience in the fast-paced, results driven world of the Central Hockey League. The internship program is a comprehensive and flexible strategy of applied learning incorporated into the college curriculum to enable the student to define, evaluate and achieve career-related objectives. This learning is based upon supervised work experiences in departments throughout the organization. The internship program offers students opportunities for personal, technical and professional development and practical, "hands on" experience working under the guidance of our department heads. Students learn technical skills, knowledge and behaviors critical to successful performance on the job. Interns also have the opportunity to work and network with industry professionals and local business leaders.
Specific objectives for each intern are established by closely examining the intern's background, selecting those areas of professional development that need greater emphasis, and working collaboratively with the intern to establish training objectives that will integrate, supplement and enhance the student's academic program.
We accept candidates from all major areas of study for internships; however, we attempt to match appropriate majors with the department offering the internship. Candidates must be current college students and must receive academic credit for the internship. Candidates must have housing available in the Evansville area and must be willing to work long and flexible hours including work weeks, IceMen home hockey games, and IceMen events.Sales - Ticketing Intern
The Sales/Ticket Intern will support the ticketing department by assisting with the day-to-day operations in the areas of ticket sales, ticket operations, customer service and premium service. The intern will receive practical training in these areas and will also gain experience in event planning and account maintenance. Responsibilities include servicing and communicating with all levels of ticket account holders, processing payments and requests, maintaining records and files and completing other reports and projects as assigned.
Internship Dates: September (day/date TBD) through at least December 31, 2011. Due to the volume of resumes received, only applications submitted through Team Work Online will be considered for this position. No phone calls please.
Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:
- Yes/No: I am a current college student
- Yes/No: I will receive academic credit for this internship
- Yes/No: I have housing available in the Evansville area
Students interested need to email resume and cover letter to Bridget McDonald, Director of Operations at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 812-435-8971.
The Evansville Otters have full-time internships available during the summer beginning in late April or early May and run through the conclusion of the season in September. Applicants with senior and junior standing will be given preference for internship positions. The Evansville Otters expect interns to consider themselves a part of our full-time staff. All employees are expected to work ALL home games including night, weekend and holiday games. Candidates are required to be enthusiastic with a great desire to put on a night of entertainment and memories for all the fans at historic Bosse Field. Within minor league baseball, the front office staff performs duties at all levels of management and maintenance. From time to time, staff members will be required to help sell tickets, help in our concessions operations, interact with players and coaches, help clean the stadium, pull tarp over the field and other tasks, in addition a to their primary duties. Everyone working in professional league baseball wears many different "hats," so a willingness to go above and beyond one's normal duties is expected. The Otters offer the opportunity to learn the business of baseball from the ground up. Many past interns who have planned to continue a career path in professional sports have been given that opportunity to continue either with the Evansville Otters or with other professional sports teams. One your resume has been received we will contact you to set-up an interview to discuss the guidelines.
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Please mail all resumes to:
Attn: Mike Radomski
1701 North Main St.
Evansville, IN 47711
The Indiana Invaders are a field & track team, comprised of elite athletes, competing in USA Track & Field National Championship competitions in Cross Country, Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field, and the marathon. In 2004, the Invaders placed five athletes in the top 10 at the U.S. Olympic Team Track & Field Trials.
If you have a strong interest in sport administration and would like to put your desire to work in a dynamic sport environment, then an internship with the Indiana Invaders may be for you. The internship experience may be designed to meet the academic and professional development goals of the intern. Internships are available year-round.
As with most Olympic Sport settings, the Indiana Invaders are able to offer internship opportunities but the internships are not paid internships.
For additional information please contact "internships @ indianainvaders.com" with brief but specific information about yourself and your goals within the context of this internship offer. This position is available all throughout the year.
Contact: Greg Harger email@example.com 317-289-4018
1515 W. New York St.
Indianapolis, IN 46222
The Fisher Cats Internship Program is a great way for college level students to acquire credits and/or experience while learning the business side of minor league baseball. Our program provides a number of students with an overall learning experience to include such areas as: Ticket Operations, Community Relations & Baseball Operations, Promotions, and General Office Management.
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Attention: Danielle Matteau (Executive Director of Marketing and Public Affairs)
New Hampshire Fisher Cats
One Line Drive
Manchester, NH 03101
The Betty F. Jaynes Internship Program offers opportunities to qualified individuals interested in pursuing a career in athletics. All interns participate in the annual WBCA National Convention, held annually in conjunction with the NCAA Division I Women's Final Four.
In order to apply for an internship, the applicant must submit the following:
1. Personalized cover letter
3. List of three references
4. A one page writing sample which answers the following question:
Writing Sample Question: What does the statement "Fair is not always equal" mean to you?
*If applying for the communications position, please include two press releases or journalistic writing samples.
Please send all application materials to:
Manager of Events and Awards
*No phone calls, please
Professional Baseball Employment Opportunities (PBEO)
PBEO is an online service that provides year-round job placement opportunities to individuals looking for jobs in Minor League Baseball and Major League Baseball. Candidates can register at PBEO.com and create a member "profile" which is then available to clubs looking to hire qualified staff members. PBEO.com conveniently provides auto notification to candidate members via e-mail as new jobs are posted that match the member's individual profile and qualifications.
The PBEO Job Fair is held in conjunction with the annual Baseball Winter MeetingsT, which is hosted by Minor League Baseball. The Baseball Winter Meetings is the annual business gathering of the baseball industry, bringing thousands of executives to one location during the course of a week in December. The Job Fair is a unique opportunity to find a job in baseball where candidates can submit résumés and participate in face-to-face interviews, network with baseball executives and gain keen insight into managing one's career in the exciting baseball industry, all on-site at the Baseball Winter Meetings location.
If you have any students who are looking for a job in baseball or would like more information, PBEO is their go-to place. From internships to full-time front office positions and everything in between, it can all be found on PBEO.com. If you have any questions about PBEO, feel free to contact me directly.
Darryl J. Henderson Coordinator
Minor League Baseball
Contact: Bret Krift (National Properties, Account Executive)
Address: 546 F. Main St. Lexington, KY 40508
Dick Clark RClark@cincytennis.com 513-398-2872
5460 Courseview Dr. Cincinnati/Mason OH 45040-2363