2013 Professional Sports Internships
Students aspiring to work or intern for professional sports teams need to have attained a degree in sports management. Working for a professional sports franchise may have a lot perks and can be very exciting but the competition is fierce and there are very few slots available for aspiring interns who want to make professional sports their career. Students looking for professional sports internships need to hone and perfect their administrative, marketing, and public relations skills as well as keep themselves constantly updated with what's happening in the world of sports. Before doing an internship in any sports franchise, students need to decide which aspect of professional sports appeals to them the most and then intern in that particular position; marketing director, team marketing, in-game marketing coordinator, sponsorship sales executives, community relations, ticket sales, scout jobs, there are a few of the options in professional sports, and you should intern with your preferred area in mind.