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USA Baseball Internship Program
For more than 15 years, USA Baseball has provided internship opportunities for current college students and recent college graduates from across the country. Over the past few years, interns have come to USA Baseball from as far away as Stanford University and the University of Miami, and as close as North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. USA Baseball internships offer a wide range of real-world experience and the opportunity to develop lifelong professional relationships across both professional and amateur sports.
Each intern works closely with a full-time staff member to further their skills necessary to work both in sports and for a nonprofit organization. Recent USA Baseball interns have gone on to accept full-time positions with the Olympic family and in collegiate and professional sports. Other interns have gone back to school for post-graduate work, several have received their law degree and 19 are now full-time USA Baseball staff members.
Attend USA Baseball's Annual Intern Networking Night
What: Network with USA Baseball's full-time staff, hear from a panel of former interns and learn more about the internship opportunities available for the 2019 season.
When: Thursday, October 11 from 5:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Where: Embassy Suites - RDU; 201 Harrison Oaks Blvd., Cary, NC 27513
RSVP: To reserve your spot at the event, please complete this form.
2019 internship positions will be posted here by August 31, 2018. Positions will be available in the following interest areas: Athletic Training, Accounting, Baseball Analytics, Baseball Operations, Creative Services, Equipment Operations, Media Relations, Retail/Supply Chain Management, Sport Development, Stadium Operations and Travel Services.
General Information Questions and Answers
Q: What is a USA Baseball "coordinator" and what is a USA Baseball "intern"?
A: USA Baseball uses the terms "coordinator" and "intern" interchangeably. The organization's summer interns have titles such as, Coordinator, Baseball Operations and Coordinator, Travel Services.
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.