Company Name:St. Paul Saints Baseball Club

Internship Available:Summer Internships

Distance from St. Cloud:61 - 100 Miles from St. Cloud State University


Company Overview:The full-time summer internship will provide you with a tremendous understanding of all areas of the baseball operation as you assist with the execution of the Saints 21st season. Candidates must be willing to work long hours when the team is at home and on the road for the entire summer (between 60-80 hours per week this is not an exaggeration). Applicants must not have another job and priority is given to graduating seniors. Internship either for school credit or a small stipend. Housing is not provided.

Responsibilities:The summer internships provide experience in the areas listed below. While there is no guarantee that an internship will be available within your specific area of interest, you will have the opportunity to learn about all of these areas of the operation. Group Ticket Sales Corporate Sales Box Office Management Promotions Media Relations Radio Broadcasting Marketing/Design Merchandise Special Events Customer Service Community Relations Food & Beverage Please note: The St. Paul Saints do not offer any internships in player development, scouting, player operations, athletic training or anything else related to the baseball activities of the organization. Game day interns should be creative and outgoing people who are willing to have fun and aren't afraid to laugh at themselves. This internship provides a first-hand look at the execution of promotions and customer service initiatives. Candidates will work to perform game day tasks including on-field promotions, sponsorship fulfillment, staffing of the Saints Kids Zone, crowd interaction and other activities. Internship is unpaid yet you may receive credit if applicable to your school's program.

Apply to:St. Paul Saints Baseball Club


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