Islanders University is an experience unlike any other. As a participant in the Islanders University program, interns learn the inner workings of how to run a successful professional sports organization. “Interns are the foundation of any successful organization,” New York Islanders Owner Charles Wang said. “We are searching for prospective employees that would like an opportunity in the ever competitive sports industry. As part of Islanders University, interns will experience the thrill of closing a sale, the importance of serving as an ambassador for the team in the community and the excitement of designing some of the most cutting edge merchandise seen around the league.” -Charles B. Wang An intern should expect to work anywhere from 20-30 hours each week (days and hours can be flexible based on school schedules) and these hours would include working most events/game nights. All intern positions call for general administrative work including, but not limited to: maintaining/organizing files, data entry, copying, filing and faxing. Interns must possess strong organizational and communication (both oral and written) skills. Interns must be proficient in Microsoft Office and internet navigation. Interns also must have the ability to work independently and demonstrate initiative, in addition to being able to handle multiple tasks and prioritize. A professional attitude will be expected. Please see below for descriptions of specific intern positions. To be considered for an internship, you must include the following: *Cover Letter with department that you would be most interested in *Resume *Days/Hours available ** Financial compensation is NOT available. ** We do NOT provide housing or transportation. Youth Hockey Development Internship The New York Islanders are seeking an eager and hard-working individual to assist the amateur hockey development staff as an intern. The Islanders amateur hockey development intern is responsible for a variety of duties on a day-to-day basis, both in the office and around hockey rinks. The right individual must take pride in their work and pay attention to detail. Applicants must have a strong understanding of the sport of hockey and be able to multi-task, while maintaining high standards in their responsibilities. Job Responsibilities: • Maintain the amateur hockey database • Execute and maintain day-to-day operations of all amateur hockey programs, including, but not limited to: Islanders Hockey Academy, Jr. Islanders Hockey Team, Linzer House Tournament, Lighthouse International Youth Hockey Tournament and Islanders Youth Hockey Jamboree • Obtain and register participants for all amateur hockey programs • Photograph all program sessions for use on NewYorkIslanders.com and marketing collateral • Attend ICE (Islanders Community Events Tour) happenings to promote amateur hockey programs • Initiate contact with interested parties by placing phone calls and issuing pertinent paperwork • Build relationships with participating parents and families • Attend all programs to be the on-site contact, answering questions for participants, parents and staff. • Manage concourse presence at Islanders home games to promote amateur hockey, answer questions and secure registrations Qualifications: • Trustworthy, polite, positive, respectful self-starter who works well with others • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written • Detail-oriented with strong organization and project management skills • Photography skills are also highly regarded
Youth Hockey Development Internship
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