Though popular internships tend to be at places like Morgan Stanley or Details magazine, technology and sports internships are some of the most sought-after and competitive positions in the country. I sat down with my team and came up with a list of some of the best sports and technology internships in the United States. If sports or tech is your passion, be sure to check these out.
Internships here aren’t limited to finance. Check out the company’s site for opportunities in technology (as well as human resources and business).
I know, this is everyone’s dream internship, but the key here is meeting the deadlines. The sports media giant typically opens applications in December for its summer positions.
Microsoft is known for excellent MBA internship opportunities, and it also has great undergrad opportunities in business and tech. Interns at Microsoft are paid and can make up to $6,746 a month!
• YES (Yankees Entertainment Sports Network)
This listing actually gives you an email address.
Hallmark has a slew of creative internships that cater to students interested in technology and design.
You might be surprised to see all of the different internships offered by the NFL, which has great operations, tech, marketing and public relations programs.
What better way to learn the tech world? Jump on these opportunities ASAP!
Whichever your favorite MLB team is, check out this site to see a full listing of opportunities as they become available.
• Clear Channel/iHeartRadio
This specific internship is for someone who is social media savvy and wants to work on the iHeartRadio Program.
• Brant Publications
Brant publishes your favorite titles such as Interview magazine, and there’s a tech position in its NYC offices!
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