Interns Wanted for York Revolution

york.gifIf you’re interested in working in the bus leagues, the York Revolution are currently seeking an intern. As always, flexibility is key, salary is low, and the future is dim. But it’s baseball, and if you’re young and single, you can afford to give it a shot and try to work your way up.

Although every Revolution intern can count on getting a well-rounded experience, each intern will be assigned to a specific area of the operation as their primary focus. The potential areas of concentration are:

  • Season Ticket and Plan Sales
  • Group Ticket Sales
  • Box Office Operations
  • Public Relations
  • Marketing
  • Community Relations
  • Corporate Partnership
  • Stadium Operations
  • Baseball Operations

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    I think my friends who have done this type of job (including OMDQ) can agree that sales is a pretty big part of the gig. But there’s a lot of fun involved, too, along with a chance to move up in the ranks. Can you make it to the show as an intern? Probably not, but maybe you can lay the foundations.

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    One response to this post.

    1. Hello, i searched Google for internship programs and found your WordPress blog.

      Sheesh, a lot of internship programs are like glorified secreterial positions, take it from someone who’s been there and did that. Paid internships are few and far between as i’m sure you may already know. Something that helped me was a program called College Works Painting. Basicly they select students and train them to run home painting crews. Of course they earn money, but they get some pretty good hands on experience at business leadership. Its pretty much seasonal, but i know several college students who were having financial problems that were helped by this program during warmer months. If you know a student, or are still a student, google the term College Works Painting and check out their website.

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