Baseball Operations Intern (NTIS & Futures Series)
Educational Resources Intern
Retail & Supply Chain Management Intern (March-September)
Retail & Supply Chain Management Intern (April-August)
SafeSport & Compliance Intern
Trackman Data and Operations Intern
Video Production Intern
General Information Questions and Answers
Q: Are the internship start and end dates flexible?
A: USA Baseball can typically provide some flexibility with the start date for an internship and will consider adjusting a start date on an individual basis. The end dates for internships are based on USA Baseball's event calendar so there is very limited flexibility on end dates.
Q: Are USA Baseball's internships paid positions?
A: Yes. USA Baseball interns receive a stipend twice per month. Further information on compensation will be discussed with candidates during their initial interview.
Q: Does USA Baseball provide housing for interns?
A: No. USA Baseball does not provide housing for interns. However, USA Baseball will put interns in contact with each other prior to their start date so they can discuss any housing needs they may have. USA Baseball will also assist by providing housing recommendations in the local area.
Q: Where are the internships based?
A: All interns are based at USA Baseball's Executive Offices in Durham, N.C. During the course of their internship, interns should be prepared to travel throughout the country as required for both events and other needs throughout the summer. Select internships may also require international travel and that information will be provided during the initial interview. All internship travel expenses will be covered by USA Baseball.
Q: Can I receive college credit for my internship?
A: USA Baseball will work with interns seeking college credit on an individual basis.