Sports Communication Internships

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 a sports communication internship, you might as well do it in an industry that you love. If you love sports and want a career in sports Game Operations, an internship is the best way to break into the industry.

If you love sports and want a career in sports Game Operations, an internship is the best way to break into the industry.

What will you do?

  • Write and distribute news releases
  • Publicize team events
  • Facilitate media coverage at team events
  • Work with local bloggers and other outlets to increase coverage
  • Create articles for placement in publications
  • Track all coverage
  • Work with the media on game night
  • Support communications team as needed with organizing and writing projects

What is generally required?

  • Strong communications skills, especially writing
  • Organized, professional, good with the public
  • Thrive in fast paced environment, able to prioritize and multi task
  • Self-starter, problem solver, not intimidated by figuring stuff out
  • Available at least 25 hours per week
  • Willing and able to work odd hours including nights, weekends and all home games

The following are the most recent sports Communication internships posted on JobsInSports.com:

Marketing and Communications Internship — Professional Sports Team
Communications Internship - ESPN - Summer 2018 — Sports Marketing
Communications Intern — National Sports Organization
Director, Internal Communications - ESPN — Sports Network
Marketing, Communications, and Media Internship — Professional Sports Team

Career Tip: In addition to looking for sports communication 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 more likely for free for a while, 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.

JobsInSports.com has been helping applicants find sports communication 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?

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