Internships in Sports Ticket Sales
So you are like the rest of us and can no longer live the dream of being a professional athlete. So what! That should not keep you from being involved in the game. As long as you are looking for internships in sports ticket sales, you might as well do it in an industry that you love.
If you love sports and want a career in sports ticket sales, an internship is the best way to break into the industry.
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The following are the most recent internships in sports ticket sales posted on JobsInSports.com:Athletic Marketing, Promotions & Ticket Sales Intern — University (RI)
Ticket Sales Intern - Fall 2019 — Southeastern Athletics
Ticket Sales Internship — Hockey (NC)
Ticket Sales Intern — University Athletics
Ticket Sales Intern — Lacrosse Team
Career Tip: In addition to looking for internships in sports ticket sales, you should apply for entry level positions that may even require some experience. If you offer to take the job for half of the salary or for free, we have found employers willing to accept those terms. You gain experience, they get your help at no cost and you are likely to be hired after you prove yourself. Give it a try as we have seen it work.
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