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Regular Season Intern, Media Relations

New York Yankees


Apply by 5/31/2024

Posted 1 month ago

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Bronx, Idaho, ID, USA

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Job Description

Built upon our storied legacy, the New York Yankees look to attract the best possible talent not just on the field but in the front office as well. It is our shared responsibility to maintain the first-class reputation associated with the franchise in all aspects of our business.
Primary Responsibilities:
  • Compile and distribute news clippings pertaining to the Yankees, Yankee Stadium and baseball from all New York metropolitan area newspapers, magazines and websites
  • Proof game notes and produce scorecards, statpacks, rosters and other department materials.
  • Compile the organization’s daily minor league report
  • Amicably respond to requests from fans and members of the media involving questions about Yankees' history, statistical information, or other general matters that need attention
  • Assist with editing and proofreading of major department publications, including the annual Media Guide and postseason Media Guide
  • Assist with non-baseball events held inside and out of Yankee Stadium, such as college football, concerts and community events
  • Some administrative duties, such as answering telephones, filing, making copies, etc.

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Qualifications Required

  • College graduate is preferred. Internship is strictly paid and is NOT available for school credit
  • Prior experience working at a professional sports organization or a college sports information department strongly preferred
  • Experience with writing/proofing game notes and other stat-oriented information
  • General baseball knowledge, including ability to keep score and understand statistical information
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel)
  • Experience using Adobe InDesign strongly preferred
  • Proven ability to maintain confidential and sensitive information

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