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» Future Notification of Internships - ATP Tour, Inc. (Various Locations, XX)
» TICKET SALES AND PARTNERSHIP MARKETING INTERN - CONNECTICUT OPEN (NEW HAVEN, CT)
» SPONSOR ACTIVATION INTERN - CONNECTICUT OPEN (NEW HAVEN, CT)
» MARKETING INTERN - CONNECTICUT OPEN (NEW HAVEN, CT)
» Museum Summer Intern - International Tennis Hall of Fame (Newport, RI)
» Hall of Fame Weekend Events Summer Intern - International Tennis Hall of Fame (Newport, RI)
» Tournament Management Intern – Summer 2017 - International Tennis Hall of Fame - Hall of Fame Tennis Championships (Newport, RI)
» Future Notification of Internships - Tennis Job Board (Various Locations, XX)
» 2017 D&I Graduate Internship - Information Technology - Flushing NY - USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center (Flushing, NY)
» 2017 D&I Graduate Internship - Finance Dept - USTA National Campus (Orlando, FL)
» 2017 D&I Undergraduate Internship Program - Orlando FL - USTA National Campus (Orlando, FL)
» 2017 D&I Graduate Internship - Marketing - USTA National Headquarters (White Plains, NY)
» 2017 D&I Graduate Internship - Finance Dep - USTA National Headquarters (White Plains, NY)
» 2017 D&I Undergraduate Internship Program (10 opportunities) - USTA National Headquarters (White Plains, NY)
» 2017 Photography Internship - Washington Kastles (Washington, DC)
» 2017 Facility & Operations Internships - Western & Southern Open (Mason, OH)


Internships: Any Internship
Future Notification of Internships - ATP Tour, Inc. (Various Locations, XX)

From time to time, the ATP World Tour tournaments and headquarters will be looking for qualified internship candidates.  By creating a profile under this listing, you are not applying for an internship.  Rather, you will be notified of internships when they become posted matching the notification buttons you check on this application.

If you wish to update your information, go to "edit your information" at the top of this page, put in your email address and the password you used to create your profile.


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TICKET SALES AND PARTNERSHIP MARKETING INTERN - CONNECTICUT OPEN (NEW HAVEN, CT)

INTERNSHIP OVERVIEW

This three month internship offers the unique opportunity to learn about ticket sales and partnership marketing for a large-scale international professional women’s tennis tournament.  This position is designed to support the Ticket Sales and Partnership Marketing Manager in day-to-day operations.  The intern will also have exposure to Box Office management.  The intern will report to the Ticket Sales and Marketing Coordinator while working closely with the Director, Consumer Development and Marketing.

The internship will take place at the Connecticut Tennis Center located at 45 Yale Avenue in New Haven, CT.

SUPERVISOR(S)

Tim Curry – Director, Consumer Development and Marketing

TBD – Ticket Sales and Marketing Coordinator

INTERNSHIP REQUIREMENTS

AVAILABILITY

  • Dates: Monday, June 5 – Tuesday, August 29, 2017
  • Interns for the Connecticut Open will be required to work a minimum of 30 hours per week.  As the tournament nears, hours will increase, and evenings and weekends will be required prior to and during the tournament.
  • Candidates must be able to work the entire duration of the tournament.

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

  • Student must be pro-active and hard-working, detail-oriented with strong interpersonal skills.  Ability to work in a fast-paced, evolving environment, and demonstrate a high level of professionalism.
  • Strong organizational skills and computer experience with MS Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint, and Word.
  • Tennis background is a plus, but not required.
  • Open to undergraduate and graduate level students enrolled at an accredited college or university.
  • Student must receive academic credit to be eligible and will be required to submit documentation from the college or university.
  • No financial compensation is available.  Housing and transportation are the responsibility of the student.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Pre-Tournament
    • Represent the Tournament at community events to help maximize awareness of the Connecticut Open
      • Assist with researching events taking place throughout the summer in which the Connecticut Open should be present.
    • Assist with fulfillment of benefits outlined in Partnership agreements
    • Help with planning tournament week activities and events
    • Assist with various tournament mailings, distribution of tournament collateral materials, and outreach to partners
    • Learn and assist with lead prospecting for ticket sales
    • Connecticut Open Family Classic Tennis Tournament
      • Responsible for managing and maintaining database of participating clubs and event results
      • Assist with administrative duties including distributing materials to clubs and fielding inquiries from clubs or families
      • Assist in the planning and coordination of the Regional Tournament weekend
      • Must be present during Regional Tournament weekend July 29-30, 2017 (tentative dates)
    • Assist other departments with support as needed
  • Tournament Week
    • Support Manager with execution of events and on-site benefits outlined in Partnership agreements
    • Assist with set-up and execution of tournament events and activities including Kid’s Day, Latino Day, Family Classic finals, etc.
    • Coordinate with house photographers and/or take photos during all tournament events and activities around the grounds (autograph sessions, clinics, play chats, etc.)
    • Prepare post tournament report and intern manual
    • Other requests as needed

TO APPLY

For full consideration, applicants must submit: 1) a letter of application, 2) a current resume, and 3) names, titles and contact information for at least two academic and/or professional references.  Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  All applications should be made via teamworkonline.com. 

ABOUT THE CONNECTICUT OPEN PRESENTED BY UNITED TECHNOLOGIES

Connecticut Open presented by United Technologies is a women’s-only WTA tournament held at the Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale featuring five different competitions, including WTA qualifying, WTA singles, WTA doubles and PowerShares Men’s Legends. As a not-for-profit 501c3 charitable organization, its mission is to leverage the excitement of world-class women’s tennis to benefit the community and maximize support for women’s, youth and other causes in Connecticut. Owned by the State of Connecticut, the tournament generates $10+ million in regional economic impact. The Connecticut Open is prominently featured domestically through 40+ hours of combined coverage on ESPN2 and ESPN3.  The event is also broadcast internationally to 160 countries and delivers more than 15 million viewers worldwide.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 
The Connecticut Open strongly supports equal employment opportunity for all applicants regardless of sex, race, color, religion, age, disability, status as a special disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam era or other covered veteran, or national or ethnic origin; nor does the Connecticut Open discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law.

The Connecticut Open policy is committed to affirmative action under law in employment of women, minority group members, individuals with disabilities, special disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam era, and other covered veterans.


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SPONSOR ACTIVATION INTERN - CONNECTICUT OPEN (NEW HAVEN, CT)

INTERNSHIP OVERVIEW

This three month internship offers the unique opportunity to become involved in every aspect of sponsorship activation and execution for a large-scale, international professional sporting event.  The internship is designed to provide support to the sponsorship department in an effort to ensure the best possible experience for sponsors and their guests at the Connecticut Open.  There are two (2) Sponsor Activation internship positions available.   

The internship will take place at the Connecticut Tennis Center located at 45 Yale Avenue in New Haven, CT.

SUPERVISOR

Victoria King – Sponsor Services Manager

INTERNSHIP REQUIREMENTS

AVAILABILITY

  • Dates: Monday, June 5 – Tuesday, August 29, 2017
  • Interns for the Connecticut Open will be required to work a minimum of 30 hours per week.  As the tournament nears, hours will increase, and evenings and weekends will be required prior to and during the tournament.
  • Candidates must be able to work the entire duration of the tournament.

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

  • Student must be pro-active and hard-working, detail-oriented with strong interpersonal skills.  Ability to work in a fast-paced, evolving environment with multiple overlapping deadlines and priorities.
  • Student must demonstrate a high level of professionalism.
  • Strong organizational skills and computer experience with MS Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint, and Word.
  • Tennis background is a plus, but not required.
  • Open to undergraduate and graduate level students enrolled at an accredited college or university.
  • Student must receive academic credit to be eligible and will be required to submit documentation from the college or university.
  • No financial compensation is available.  Housing and transportation are the responsibility of the student.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Assist the Corporate Partnerships and Sponsor Services Departments with the fulfillment and execution of all sponsor benefits.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Pre-Tournament Activation
    • Maintain database of sponsorship assets availability and contractual obligations
    • Inventory and assist in the production of signage
    • Process credential requests
    • Assist with pre-tournament special events (Media Day, Volunteer Orientation, Family Classic, etc.)
    • Fulfill sponsor ticket and parking needs
    • Request and upload sponsor commercials and graphics for Video Scoreboards
    • Communicate with sponsors regarding their assets and activations
    • Work with Ticket and Marketing departments to promote tournament at various events.
    • Other requests as needed
  • Tournament Week Activation
    • Documenting sponsor assets for compliance
    • Inventory compliance photos at the end of each day
    • Maintain a detailed schedule of daily sponsor activations
    • Execute special events and sponsor activations (i.e. tennis clinics, gate giveaways, and on-court promotions)
    • Maintenance of sponsor display booths
    • Coordinate with Sponsor Operations staff on sponsor needs
    • Prepare post tournament report and intern manual
    • Serve as an additional point of contact for sponsors
    • Other requests as needed
  • Daily
    • Assemble items for sponsor mailings
    • Prepare sponsorship proposals and support the sponsorship sales team as needed
    • Provide other tournament staff with support as needed

TO APPLY

For full consideration, applicants must submit: 1) a letter of application, 2) a current resume, and 3) names, titles and contact information for at least two academic and/or professional references.  Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  All applications should be made via teamworkonline.com. 

ABOUT THE CONNECTICUT OPEN PRESENTED BY UNITED TECHNOLOGIES

Connecticut Open presented by United Technologies is a women’s-only WTA tournament held at the Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale featuring five different competitions, including WTA qualifying, WTA singles, WTA doubles and PowerShares Men’s Legends. As a not-for-profit 501c3 charitable organization, its mission is to leverage the excitement of world-class women’s tennis to benefit the community and maximize support for women’s, youth and other causes in Connecticut. Owned by the State of Connecticut, the tournament generates $10+ million in regional economic impact. The Connecticut Open is prominently featured domestically through 40+ hours of combined coverage on ESPN2 and ESPN3.  The event is also broadcast internationally to 160 countries and delivers more than 15 million viewers worldwide.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 
The Connecticut Open strongly supports equal employment opportunity for all applicants regardless of sex, race, color, religion, age, disability, status as a special disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam era or other covered veteran, or national or ethnic origin; nor does the Connecticut Open discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law.

The Connecticut Open policy is committed to affirmative action under law in employment of women, minority group members, individuals with disabilities, special disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam era, and other covered veterans.


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MARKETING INTERN - CONNECTICUT OPEN (NEW HAVEN, CT)

INTERNSHIP OVERVIEW

This three month internship offers the unique opportunity to become involved in every aspect of Marketing and Special Event planning for a large-scale, international professional sporting event.  The internship is designed to provide support to the Marketing department in an effort to maximize awareness of the Connecticut Open.  This position will also provide support to the Tournament Manager in various aspects of the operations in running the tournament.

The internship will take place at the Connecticut Tennis Center located at 45 Yale Avenue in New Haven, CT.

SUPERVISOR(S)

Dana Cialfi – Tournament Manager & Marketing Director

Bruno Baggetta – Special Events Manager

INTERNSHIP REQUIREMENTS

AVAILABILITY

  • Dates: Monday, June 5 – Tuesday, August 29, 2017
  • Interns for the Connecticut Open will be required to work a minimum of 30 hours per week.  As the tournament nears, hours will increase, and evenings and weekends will be required prior to and during the tournament.
  • Candidates must be able to work the entire duration of the tournament.

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

  • Student must be pro-active and hard-working, detail-oriented with strong interpersonal skills.  Ability to work in a fast-paced, evolving environment, and demonstrate a high level of professionalism.
  • Strong organizational skills and computer experience with MS Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint, and Word.
  • Tennis background is a plus, but not required.
  • Open to undergraduate and graduate level students enrolled at an accredited college or university.
  • Student must receive academic credit to be eligible and will be required to submit documentation from the college or university.
  • No financial compensation is available.  Housing and transportation are the responsibility of the student.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Marketing & PR responsibilities:

Assist in the following areas:

  • Execution of Advertising Media Trades and distribution of tickets to trade partners
  • Updates to website, Facebook & Twitter
  • Creation and execution of e-newsletters
  • Distribution of collateral materials
  • Credential requests, i.e. media, partners

Special Events & Off-Court Entertainment responsibilities:

Assist in the following areas:

  • Preparations for all marketing-related events, both pre-event and during tournament week.  Events include but are not limited to:
  • Pre-Tournament: Media Day (July), Family Classic (July), Volunteer Orientation (August)
  • Tournament: Kids Day, Military Appreciation Night, etc.
    • Preparation and execution of off-court entertainment, i.e. bands/musicians, player appearances and autograph sessions

Tournament Manager responsibilities:

Assist in the following areas:

  • Distribution of tournament uniforms
  • Player Services’ setup, i.e. Elm  City YMCA, hair salon, staffing, practice courts, hitting pros
  • Acquiring tournament hotel partners
  • Securing partners to reduce tournament expenses, i.e. Transportation Services, Restaurants, etc.
  • Coordination of downtown shuttle to bring guests from/to downtown New Haven/CT Tennis Center
  • Preparation of post tournament report and intern manual

TO APPLY

For full consideration, applicants must submit: 1) a letter of application, 2) a current resume, and 3) names, titles and contact information for at least two academic and/or professional references.  Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  All applications should be made via teamworkonline.com. 

ABOUT THE CONNECTICUT OPEN PRESENTED BY UNITED TECHNOLOGIES

Connecticut Open presented by United Technologies is a women’s-only WTA tournament held at the Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale featuring five different competitions, including WTA qualifying, WTA singles, WTA doubles and PowerShares Men’s Legends. As a not-for-profit 501c3 charitable organization, its mission is to leverage the excitement of world-class women’s tennis to benefit the community and maximize support for women’s, youth and other causes in Connecticut. Owned by the State of Connecticut, the tournament generates $10+ million in regional economic impact. The Connecticut Open is prominently featured domestically through 40+ hours of combined coverage on ESPN2 and ESPN3.  The event is also broadcast internationally to 160 countries and delivers more than 15 million viewers worldwide.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 
The Connecticut Open strongly supports equal employment opportunity for all applicants regardless of sex, race, color, religion, age, disability, status as a special disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam era or other covered veteran, or national or ethnic origin; nor does the Connecticut Open discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law.

The Connecticut Open policy is committed to affirmative action under law in employment of women, minority group members, individuals with disabilities, special disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam era, and other covered veterans.


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Museum Summer Intern - International Tennis Hall of Fame (Newport, RI)

CONTACT:
Sara Berkovec, Registrar
sberkovec@tennisfame.com
(401) 849-3990
            
OVERVIEW:
Interns are able to obtain comprehensive training in the fields of museum studies, collections management, archival administration, library management, educational and public program development, preservation, video production, and historical scholarship. Working with a member of the museum staff, all interns receive one-on-one attention in their chosen area. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:  

•    Artifact Collection
Interns learn standard collections management practices used to document artifacts and assist in proper cataloging, inventory, photographic documentation, and storage. Interns assist in processing incoming and outgoing loans. Interns help in researching exhibit themes, preparing for installation and de-installation, and aid in the rotation of artifacts in the permanent exhibitions.

•    Library and Archives
Interns assist the staff in evaluating, cataloguing, and processing library and archival collections, which include books, programs, periodicals, photographs, film, and digital materials. Interns work to develop and implement proper storage procedures, provide preventive conservation measures, fulfill research and reference requests, research copyright and licensing, and assist with cataloguing. 

•    Education and Public Programs  
Interns assist in the planning and implementation of programs for all audiences including schools. Interns gain experience researching and creating programs tied to state and National Curriculum Standards. Interns assist in facilitating school and group tours, and create new ideas for public and family programming. Interns also play a role in research and outreach to area schools, groups and attractions. Interns spend time as part of the front line staff, giving tours and interacting with visitors to develop customer service and public speaking skills.   

SKILLS / QUALIFICATIONS:
•    Possess excellent oral and written communication skills.
•    Able to work independently and be detail-oriented in a fast-paced environment.
•    Comfortable speaking to members of the public.
•    Knowledge of both Mac and PC computer systems.
•    Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite.
•    Experience with archival, library, and internet research.
•    Knowledge of tennis and previous experience in museums a plus.

TIME COMMITMENT:
A commitment of at least 20 hours a week is required, although interns may work more hours if they choose. We will attempt to be flexible with these hours, but certain days may be non-negotiable.

COMPENSATION / HOUSING:
This is an unpaid internship. We are happy to provide assistance to any interns searching for housing options in the Newport area.  

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
•    A cover letter describing your reasons for pursuing an internship at the International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum and what you hope to accomplish.
•    A resume outlining your educational and professional experiences, including a list of relevant courses. 
•    Two letters of recommendation from current or past professors and/or employers. 

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
Summer: March 31st
Fall Semester internship: July 31st
Winter/Spring Semester: November 30th


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Hall of Fame Weekend Events Summer Intern - International Tennis Hall of Fame (Newport, RI)

CONTACT:
Nicole Kowalsick, Director of Public Events
nkowalsick@tennisfame.com
(401) 619-4684
            
OVERVIEW:
The focus of this internship is to aid in the overall success of our Hall of Fame Weekend events. This position will work directly with the Director of Public Events on all event logistics. Weekend events include: ALEX & ANI Ladies Day Fashion Show, Hall of Fame Welcome Dinner, Enshrinement Ceremony Luncheon, Rolex Tribute Dinner, and the Brooks Brothers Brunch with Legends. 

 RESPONSIBILITIES:  
•    Coordinate mailings and the circulation of event information
•    Manage the distribution of Hall of Fame Weekend Packages to VIP guests
•    Provide support with RSVP tracking in Excel and our online database
•    Assist with coordinating all Hall of Fame Weekend events (please note – physical requirements could include; lifting boxes, event décor, tables, chairs, etc.) 
•    Assist with accommodations for our weekend guests: booking hotel rooms, transportation/travel, etc.
•    Required to work all weekend events from start to finish
•    Any other duties as otherwise assigned

SKILLS / QUALIFICATIONS:
•    Highly motivated and able to function in a fast-paced, multitasking environment with ability to work independently and think quickly
•    Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills
•    Comfortable on the phone, holding a conversation with guests and vendors
•    Ability to provide a high level of customer service
•    Proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite (specifically Excel) and have excellent internet research skills 

TIME COMMITMENT:
The Summer Internship begins at the end of the semester (May) through the beginning of August (ITHF can be flexible on start and end dates).  Candidates must be willing to work evenings (as needed). Students must be prepared to work and be available July 1–July 23, every day, all day. Prior to July 1, hours may range from 30–40 hours weekly; after the tournament, interns can expect flexible hours.

COMPENSATION / HOUSING:
This is an unpaid internship.  Candidates should be local to Newport, RI or be willing to relocate at their own expense.  We are happy to provide assistance to any interns searching for housing options in the Newport area.  Please indicate in your application if you would be interested in such assistance.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
•    Resume
•    Cover Letter

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
Applications will continue to be accepted until all positions are filled.


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Internships: Administration/General Management
Tournament Management Intern – Summer 2017 - International Tennis Hall of Fame - Hall of Fame Tennis Championships (Newport, RI)

CONTACT:
Alanna Berg, Ticket & Sponsor Relations Manager
aberg@tennisfame.com
(401) 849-3990 x1317
            
OVERVIEW:
An intern’s concentration is on the management, operations, and administration of the 2017 Hall of Fame Tennis Championships, July 17-23.  A stop on the ATP World Tour, the tournament attracts some of the world’s top players, an on-site audience of 20,000, and is broadcast to more than 70 million homes around the world.  We are looking for interns who take initiative, are enthusiastic, motivated, and have a strong work ethic.

 RESPONSIBILITIES:  
•    Implement marketing strategies to increase ticket sales and further ideas to promote the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships
•    Coordinate sponsor and boxholder ticket and hospitality packages, clinics, gifts, and mailings 
•    Assist in the management of volunteers, on-site clinics, and product acquisition
•    Manage the box office and ticket sales before and during the tournament
•    Assist in the development and distribution of printed materials 
•    Coordinate barter deals between the tournament and local businesses
•    Update and manage HallofFameTennisChampionships.com
•    Implement player and sponsor hospitality events
•    Manage player relations, hospitality, transportation, etc.
•    Manage and facilitate distribution of tournament credentials
•    Support day-to-day tournament department initiatives

SKILLS / QUALIFICATIONS:
•    Must be highly motivated and able to function in a fast-paced, multitasking environment with the ability to work independently 
•    Detail-oriented
•    Possess excellent oral and written communication skills
•    Must be able to provide a high level of customer service
•    Must be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and have excellent internet research skills 
•    Sales experience a plus
•    Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and/or Illustrator a plus


TIME COMMITMENT:
The internship is from the end of the spring semester (end of May or beginning of June) through July.  Start dates are flexible.  Students must be prepared to work from July 15 – July 23 every day (all day). Prior to July 15, hours may be flexible ranging from 30 – 40 hours per week.  After the tournament, interns can expect flexible hours.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
•    Résumé
•    Cover Letter

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
Applications will continue to be accepted until all positions are filled.


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Future Notification of Internships - Tennis Job Board (Various Locations, XX)

By creating a profile here via the "apply" link below, you are not considered an applicant for any particular internship with the USTA, ATP World Tour, or at many of the professional tennis tournaments participating on this job board.  Rather, you will be notified of internships as they become posted matching the notification buttons you check on this application form.

If you wish to update your information, go to "edit your information" at the top of this page and put in your email address and the password you used to create your profile.


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2017 D&I Graduate Internship - Information Technology - Flushing NY - USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center (Flushing, NY)

Working within the Information Technology, Professional Tennis division of the USTA, a Graduate Intern will work on a project (or projects) that will provide a significant opportunity for experiential learning and and/or research. Through this project, the intern will become fully immersed in USTA Operations and will have access to opportunities for professional engagement and mentoring by USTA staff in preparation for the 2017 US Open. Position is based out of Flushing, NY (Billie Jean King National Tennis Center)

The projects and research that the intern will be exposed to include: 

US Open Player Data Analysis Project

Working with a rich data base of statistics captured for every point played at the US Open, and supplemental player logistics data, the scope of this project includes

  • Analyzing the data to identify new opportunities to provide insights to match play for US Open constituencies including fans, broadcasters, print media, and sponsors. 
  • Identifying opportunities to leverage the data to enhance and streamline US Open operations.
  • Testing of applications that utilize data to validate results.
  • Building automated solutions to help in the cleanup and retrieval of data
  • Researching methodologies used in other sports and applying them to our data

 Applicants must have significant statistics and data analysis skills and experience.  A sophisticated knowledge of competitive tennis is essential. Background with data visualization tools (we use Tableau), scripting languages (we use Python), and databases (we use Microsoft SQL Server) is preferred.

The USTA is a not-for-profit organization that is the national governing body for tennis in the United States and the recognized leader in the sport at every level in the United States, from local communities to the crown jewel of the professional game, the US Open. The US Open, America’s Grand Slam tournament, is one of the world’s premier sports and entertainment experiences. The US Open is the highest-attended annual sporting event in the world, with more than 700,000 fans annually experiencing  world-class tennis and entertainment on the grounds of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.

  • The internship runs between the dates of June 19th through August 17th.
  • The pay is $25/hour based on a 32 hours workweek.
  • Intern will have the opportunity for exposure to senior leadership across the organization
  • No housing provided - intern will have to secure his/her own housing

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2017 D&I Graduate Internship - Finance Dept - USTA National Campus (Orlando, FL)

Working within the Finance division of the USTA, a Graduate Intern will work on a project (or projects) that will provide a significant opportunity for experiential learning and and/or research. Through this project, the intern will become fully immersed in USTA Operations and will have access to opportunities for professional engagement and mentoring by USTA staff in preparation for the 2017 US Open.

The Internship, presented in collaboration with the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, is structured to provide an integrative learning experience that amplifies and complements the intern’s coursework. The projects and research that the intern will be exposed to include:

 Maximizing Revenue Potential with Tennis Events and Tennis Programming:

  • Research Player Registration Fees and the packages that they receive
  • Leverage the existing infrastructure and  business relationships to develop recommendations to enrich the player experience as well as the bottom line
  • Determine current trends being used to market tennis facilities, drive attendance and registrations
  • Will conduct research on the following tennis facilities:
    • Mobile, Alabama
    • Surprise, Arizona
    • Palm Desert, California
    • Cary, North Carolina
  • Identify what offerings are most sought after by our existing and potential customers
  • Leverage and understand the relationship between the Concessionaire and Pro Shops
  • Determine other opportunities that should be made available to our customers, in addition to tennis
  • Research tennis industry norms regarding Part Time Tennis Pros (i.e. compensation, commission, independent contractor vs. employee)

 Applicants must be first year MBAs (ideally Finance concentration) and must have knowledge of financial modeling and research. Strong analytical and communication skills, as well as proficiency with Excel and Powerpoint, are also desired.  Intern should be adept at reading financial statements and possess the ability to build basic P&Ls.

The USTA is a not-for-profit organization that is the national governing body for tennis in the United States and the recognized leader in the sport at every level in the United States, from local communities to the crown jewel of the professional game, the US Open. The US Open, America’s Grand Slam tournament, is one of the world’s premier sports and entertainment experiences. The US Open is the highest-attended annual sporting event in the world, with more than 700,000 fans annually experiencing  world-class tennis and entertainment on the grounds of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.

  • The internship runs between the dates of June 19th through August 17th.
  • The pay is $25/hour based on a 32 hours workweek. 
  • Intern will have the opportunity for exposure to senior leadership across the organization
  • No housing provided - intern will have to secure his/her own housing

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2017 D&I Undergraduate Internship Program - Orlando FL - USTA National Campus (Orlando, FL)

DEADLINE JANUARY 9
Paid internship assisting the USTA business unit with project-driven tasks in the areas which may include marketing, finance, IT, etc. These positions report to the department manager. The internship runs between the dates of June 19th through August 17th. The pay is $10/hour based on a 32 hours workweek.   No housing provided. There are 5 internships, please select up to two of the Departments

Tennis on Campus (National Campus, Orlando)

Candidate should know knowledge of the Tennis on Campus program, interest and knowledge in campus recreation, be proficient in Microsoft Office with a willingness to learn new programs such as Adobe Connect. A interest or skills in marketing a plus.

 USTA Foundation (National Campus, Orlando)

Candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Office programs, specifically Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. They should be passionate about working with under-resourced youth and communities. Candidate should have with experience with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. Should also be a strong writer and researcher with the ability to work on a team. Must work well under the pressure of deadlines.

 Adult Competition (National Campus, Orlando)

Candidate must have a basic knowledge of how USTA tennis tournaments work. They should have strong customer service skills, be able to work independently and have interest in innovative adult tournament formats.

 Information Technology (National Campus, Orlando)

Candidate should be studying computer science of information systems, be proficient in networking, Windows and Macintosh Operating Systems, Microsoft Office and Google for Work apps. Responsibilities may include setup of desktop and laptop computers, setup of computers and assisting in the testing of networking equipment.

 Officiating (National Campus, Orlando)

Candidate should have a basic knowledge of tennis, be proficient in Microsoft Office and Excel, have strong communication skills with an interest in media or mass-communications and event management.

REQUIREMENT:

  • Matriculated student entering junior or senior year Fall 2017 at an accredited college or university

Qualifications/Other

  • Ability to effectively communicate, both in writing and verbally, with all levels of management as well as employees
  • Ability to work well independently as well as in a group environment
  • Detailed-oriented
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • High energy level and strong work ethic
  • Dynamic and positive “can do” attitude
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Keen ability to identify and solve problems quickly
  • Competency with MS Word, MS Excel, and Outlook (emails) required; social media a plus.
  • Tennis interest a plus, but not required
  • Bilingual skills also welcome especially Spanish.
  • Relatives of the USTA National Staff will not be considered.

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Internships: Marketing
2017 D&I Graduate Internship - Marketing - USTA National Headquarters (White Plains, NY)

Working within the Marketing division of the USTA, a Graduate Intern will work on a project (or projects) that will provide a significant opportunity for experiential learning and and/or research. Through this project, the intern will become fully immersed in USTA Operations and will have access to opportunities for professional engagement and mentoring by USTA staff in preparation for the 2017 US Open.

 The projects and research that the intern will be exposed to include:

  • Perform marketing trend analysis to identify emerging trends in sports and brand marketing landscape
  • Perform competitive analysis of marketing initiatives in sports, entertainment and related fields to inform Pro Tennis marketing initiatives
  • Work with digital analyst to provide overall insights across multitude of data analytics sources and provide integrated data story for US Open and Emirates Airline US Open Series marketing initiatives
  • Assist with new marketing activations including influencer program
  • Contribute to development and analysis of email marketing campaigns, including suggestions on subject line testing

Applicants must be first year MBAs and must be pursuing a Marketing concentration.  They should also have knowledge of social media outlets and trends, consumer data analytics (experience with Adobe Omniture analytics tool and social listening tools is a plus) and multicultural market drivers and trends.

The USTA is a not-for-profit organization that is the national governing body for tennis in the United States and the recognized leader in the sport at every level in the United States, from local communities to the crown jewel of the professional game, the US Open. The US Open, America’s Grand Slam tournament, is one of the world’s premier sports and entertainment experiences. The US Open is the highest-attended annual sporting event in the world, with more than 700,000 fans annually experiencing  world-class tennis and entertainment on the grounds of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.

  • The internship runs between the dates of June 19th through August 17th.
  • The pay is $25/hour based on a 32 hours workweek.
  • Intern will have the opportunity for exposure to senior leadership across the organization
  • No housing provided - intern will have to secure his/her own housing

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2017 D&I Graduate Internship - Finance Dep - USTA National Headquarters (White Plains, NY)

Working within the Finance division of the USTA, a Graduate Intern will work on a project (or projects) that will provide a significant opportunity for experiential learning and and/or research. Through this project, the intern will become fully immersed in USTA Operations and will have access to opportunities for professional engagement and mentoring by USTA staff in preparation for the 2017 US Open.

The projects and research that the intern will be exposed to include: 

  • Budget Preparation Support
  • Budget Presentation Support 
  • Analysis related to the US Open
  • ROI Analysis on potential cap ex projects / investments
  • Expense tracking projects
  • Coding and pre-review of invoices(invoices will then be approved by authorized approver)
  • Contract abstracts/ summaries
  • General Ledger financial close support
  • Many other ad hoc projects as assigned by Sr. Director, Pro Tennis, Marketing, Business Ops
  • The intern will gain excellent experience in Finance, Accounting and learn about applying those concepts to supporting Pro Tennis, US Open, Business Ops and Marketing.

 Applicants must be first year MBAs (ideally Finance/Accounting Concentration) and must have proficiency with Excel and strong analytical skills. PowerPoint skills are helpful but not required. GPA of 3.3 or above preferred.

The USTA is a not-for-profit organization that is the national governing body for tennis in the United States and the recognized leader in the sport at every level in the United States, from local communities to the crown jewel of the professional game, the US Open. The US Open, America’s Grand Slam tournament, is one of the world’s premier sports and entertainment experiences. The US Open is the highest-attended annual sporting event in the world, with more than 700,000 fans annually experiencing  world-class tennis and entertainment on the grounds of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.

Application deadline: January 9, 2017

  • The internship runs between the dates of June 19th through August 17th.
  • The pay is $25/hour based on a 32 hours workweek.
  • Intern will have the opportunity for exposure to senior leadership across the organization
  • No housing provided - intern will have to secure his/her own housing

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Internships: Any Internship
2017 D&I Undergraduate Internship Program (10 opportunities) - USTA National Headquarters (White Plains, NY)

Paid internship assisting the USTA business unit with project-driven tasks in the areas which may include marketing, finance, IT, etc. These positions report to the department manager. The internship runs between the dates of June 19th through August 17th. The pay is $12/hour based on a 32 hours workweek.   No housing provided. There are 10 internships, please select up to two of the Departments. (NTC – National Tennis Center, Flushing, NY, WP- White Plains, NY

Information Technology (80% NTC, 20% WP)

Candidate should be studying computer science of information systems, be proficient in networking, Windows and Macintosh Operating Systems, Microsoft Office and Google for Work apps. Responsibilities may include setup of desktop and laptop computers, setup of computers and assisting in the testing of networking equipment.

Ticket Operations (NTC)

Candidate should be skilled in Microsoft Office programs, specifically Word, Excel and Access. Must also have strong interpersonal, communication and customer service skills. Must have the ability to learn quickly and efficiently. Candidates with ability to speak, read and/or write in multiple languages will be given preference.

Digital Strategy & Partnerships (WP)

Candidate must proficient in Microsoft Office programs, specifically Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Candidate should also have an interest and basic knowledge of digital industry trends.

Merchandising (WP)

Candidate should have working knowledge of Excel, specifically for accounting and managing/manipulating inventory lists. Must have great attention to detail, be approachable, have an upbeat personality and be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing.

Video Services (WP)

Candidate must have basic to moderate experience with editing and graphics software, including Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Avid, After Effects, Photoshop and Illustrator. Must also have basic to moderate experience with field production, including the use of ENG & DSLR video cameras, audio and lighting equipment. Experience with teleprompters not required, but a plus. Basic experience with logging media files, MS Word, Excel and Outlook also required.

USTA Foundation (WP)

Candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Office programs, specifically Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. They should be passionate about working with under-resourced youth and communities. Candidate should have with experience with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. Should also be a strong writer and researcher with the ability to work on a team. Must work well under the pressure of deadlines.

Membership (WP)

Applicant should have excellent analytical and math skills, with the ability to work in teams. Candidates studying computer science or mathematics with the ability to analyze data are strongly encouraged to apply.

Marketing/Social Media (WP)

Candidate must be personally active on social media or have a personal blog and/or vlog. Should have a passion for social media and an eagerness to understand enterprise social media. Know how to post/search/tag on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and SnapChat. Keen interest in youth sports, gaming and engaging with a Gen Y audience. Ideal candidate has experience using Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint, is a self-starter and creative thinker and is seeking a career in digital publishing/custom content creation.

Creative Marketing (WP)

Candidate must have a working knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite software packages: INDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator. Knowledge of Flash is helpful. Ideal candidate is a current design student.

 Hospitality (WP)

Candidate must be creative and adept at time management, have savvy interpersonal skills, ability to work independently, and strong computer skills. Ability to continue work through the duration of the 2017 US Open a plus, but not required.

REQUIREMENT:

  • Matriculated student entering junior or senior year Fall 2017 at an accredited college or university

Qualifications/Other

  • Ability to effectively communicate, both in writing and verbally, with all levels of management as well as employees
  • Ability to work well independently as well as in a group environment
  • Detailed-oriented
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • High energy level and strong work ethic
  • Dynamic and positive “can do” attitude
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Keen ability to identify and solve problems quickly
  • Competency with MS Word, MS Excel, and Outlook (emails) required; social media a plus.
  • Tennis interest a plus, but not required
  • Bilingual skills also welcome especially Spanish.
  • Relatives of the USTA National Staff will not be considered.

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Internships: Any Internship
2017 Photography Internship - Washington Kastles (Washington, DC)

Job Description
Attend all Washington Kastles home matches, take and edit unique and compelling photos to aid in the future promotion of the Washington Kastles.

Desired Experience
Candidate should have a strong background in photography and photo editing. Previous sports experience recommended, but not required.

Responsibilities

  • Attend all Kastles home matches, shooting photos throughout.
  • Work from a shotsheet to ensure all necessary photos are taken, in addition to action photos of players.
  • Submit 20-40 photos via team’s media FTP within 3 hours of the end of each match.
  • Submit 150-300 photos within 48 hours of each match.

Internship will begin on July 17 and end on August 4, and work all Kastles home matches at Kastles Stadium at the Smith Center, arriving at 3pm and staying until after the match (around 10-10:30pm).

Candidates must have their own camera equipment, computer and editing software. In addition to action photos, candidate must be competent in flash photography, and own a flash with diffuser. Please describe, in detail, camera equipment upon submitting application.

The Kastles are accepting and reviewing applications on a rolling basis. Applications will be reviewed and decided upon as they are received.

No phone calls please. EOE.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Please describe your previous experience in sport and event photography?
2. Please describe what equipment you will be able to use throughout the course of the internship (camera, software, etc).
3. Please provide a link to your portfolio or other work samples.


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Internships: Any Internship
2017 Facility & Operations Internships - Western & Southern Open (Mason, OH)

Description:

Rare internship opportunity to assist in running one of the world’s premier professional men’s and women’s tennis events.  Each intern is given enormous responsibility which offers great preparation and experience for future endeavors.

Location:

All facility/ operation positions will work entirely from the tournament site located at 5460 Courseview Dr., Mason, Ohio, 45040.  

Dates:

Internships begin and end based on the individual needs of each area.  Minimum requirement is a start date of July 17th and ending date of August 20th.  Length of internship can be extended to meet additional academic requirements of a student.

Qualifications:

Willingness, with a smile, to do whatever it takes to run the very best tournament possible.  Strong desire to learn and work hard.  You must be able to work at least through August 20th to be considered for any of these internships.  Phone interview will be required of all candidates.

Internship Areas of Interest:

Facilities & Operations Location tournament site:

  • Operations Dispatch ------------------------------------------------------------- 7/17 - 8/20
  • Sponsor Hospitality & Grounds ---------------------------------------------- 7/17 - 8/20
  • Tournament Logisitics ----------------------------------------------------------- 7/17 - 8/20
  • Court Management --------------------------------------------------------------- 7/17 - 8/20
  • Public Space ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 7/17 - 8/20
  • Player Security -------------------------------------------------------------------- 7/31 - 8/20

For detailed job descriptions for the position CLICK HERE or visit the tournament website www.wsopen.com and select the VOL/INTERN tab.

General Hours:

Prior to August 12th  

  • 9am – 5pm. Monday – Friday

August 12th - August 20th   (during the tournament):

  •  Varies depending upon day and responsibilities of the area of your internship.  Expect to work extended (long) hours during the tournament.

Compensation:

These are unpaid internships designed for course credit and/or to build experience for candidates as they assist in assembling one of the finest tennis events in the world. 

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Do you have local housing available in or near Cincinnati?
2. If no, would you be able to secure housing for the duration of the internship?
3. Do you have a clear and valid driver’s license?
4. Do you have your own transportation?
5. Are you available to work through August 20, 2017?
6. Will this internship be used to fill any school requirement?
7. From the internship list above please indicate those positions that you are interested in
8. List your first choice of internships
9. List your second choice of internships


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