Sports Media Internships

There are many opportunities in the sports media field, from marketing, design, journalism, broadcasting, and more. If these types of sports jobs appeal to you and you plan on pursuing a career in the field, the best way to land the position of your dreams is by getting a sports media internship. At Jobs In Sports, we provide the most up-to-date internships in sports media, including summer sports media internships, to help you find the ideal opportunity for your career and gain the experience you need. We also offer The Network to help you connect and network with industry professionals and colleagues.

Sports media internships' general responsibilities and roles are to help the production team, edit various videos and other media, research the video library, and provide coverage for multiple events. Applying and being accepted for the right internship in sports media will open you to a wide range of benefits as you'll learn about editing and working with different teams for video production. You'll also develop abilities to work on various production tasks.

What will you do?

  • Research video library for footage to be used in projects
  • Serve as production assistant
  • Editing various video projects for clients
  • Produce, shoot & edit video projects

What is generally required?

  • Proficient with Microsoft Excel, Word, Power Point & Outlook
  • Passion for sports
  • Sport experience preferred (i.e., active in competitive intramural sports
  • Must be eligible to work in the USA
  • Excellent communication and human relations skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work in fast paced multidisciplinary team environment

Career Tip: In addition to looking for sports media internships, 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 little to no cost and you are likely to be hired after you prove yourself. Give it a try as we have seen it work.

JobsInSports.com has been helping applicants find sports media internships in the sports industry before most people even had an email address. We want you to be our next success story and we have the experience to dramatically shorten your sports job search. This is a minute sampling of the way we have played a role for thousands of the sports world's most prominent employers in the hiring of tens of thousands of sports recruits since 1999. Are you ready to play your role?

Available Internships in Sports Media

Digital Media Intern

Pro Ice Hockey Team

Social Media Intern

Pro Ice Hockey Team, UT

Intern, Social Media

Soccer club, NY

Summer/Fall 2022 Technology Internship

Sports Media Corporation

Social Media Internship

Baseball Scouting Service

Frequently Asked Questions

The best way to get a high-paying job in sports media is by gaining experience and developing skills that will help you grow. Researching and applying for sports media internships can be a great way to help you with both things. You can also build a strong network with industry leaders and employers in this field.

Internships help you grab the attention of the top employers since most companies prefer to hire people with relevant experience in the field. So, if you complete your internship, you have a good chance of landing a job in sports media after finishing your degree.

Sports media interns are responsible for various tasks, including creating content for different social media platforms, planning content calendars, and ensuring everything goes according to schedule. Moreover, they would be responsible for creating, editing, and posting content regarding new events or team updates on different channels.

In a nutshell, the sports media interns are responsible for handling the team’s online image. They are responsible for developing relevant content to engage their team’s fans on various social media platforms.

Besides the experience and exposure, sports media interns can also receive a small stipend for their hard work. The stipend would vary depending on your responsibilities and other factors. You can receive an hourly rate for the work you complete.

Keep in mind that you should have an overall GPA of 3.0 to be eligible for sports media internships. Also, check the criteria set for the internships so you can know whether or not to apply for them.

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