Harvard University's Athletics Department - the largest DI program in the country - has numerous paid and volunteer internship opportunities available in the following areas: Marketing - Equipment Room - Multimedia - Recreation - Ticket Office - Ticket Office - Athletic Communications - Events & Operations.
You'll get hands-on experience and learn what it takes to run a large DI college athletics program.
You'll also participate in our Intern Development Program, which allows you to meet a wide variety of Athletics administrators and coaches, so you can get practical insights into careers in collegiate sports management and build your professional network.
Our location in Boston, Massachusetts will allow you to meet sports professionals at both the collegiate and pro sports levels.
SPECIAL NOTE:You MUST be enrolled in a degree-granting program with an accredited college or university that requires an internship as part of the degree process.Please do not apply if you cannot meet this requirement.
About Harvard University Department of Athletics
Harvard is a highly selective liberal arts college whose mission is to educate citizens and citizen-leaders for our society. The College is a residential institution of nearly 7,000 undergraduates and is located in Cambridge, MA. Harvard is deeply committed to the intellectual, social and personal transformation of its undergraduates during their four years at Harvard. The Department of Athletics offers 42 varsity programs for men and women, more than any other Division I school in the United States.
Harvard employees have access to a wide range of educational offerings, including world-class museums, tuition assistance, and hundreds of web-based learning programs. Our benefits package is superior and provides multiple options for the health and well-being of our employees. Being located in Cambridge is a distinct advantage, since Cambridge is a lively, multi-cultural city adjacent to Boston, which is an undisputed hub of college and university life in the U.S.
We actively seek and welcome applications from diverse candidates and from those with a demonstrable commitment to a more inclusive society.