A specially curated resource for students and young professionals looking to expand their knowledge and network within the sports & entertainment industry. Maximizing today’s virtual learning environment, LaChica Lately is a premium digital platform for understanding best practices, knowing where to start, and establishing your community within the industry.
“We're the diverse minds behind your favorite sports teams, athletes, charities and content” We know. There are a million job boards that you can access to apply for a job in sports. What makes MiS different? Here at MiS we work directly with the hiring managers and HR teams to ensure that you’re resume isn’t lost in a sea of applicants. At MiS we’re committed to ensuring a diverse and more equitable pipeline for some of your favorite sports spaces. Remember to mention MiS when you apply so the hiring managers know you found it through us! They might take an extra look at your resume. ClickHEREto view the MiS job board!
The Ravens Marketing Event Staff is an operational and promotional team that supports the Ravens Marketing group on game day and for various tentpole events. As an extension and ambassador of the Ravens brand, this role is vital to the success of the organization.
We are seeking go-getters who have a passion for the sports industry, marketing and events. Applicants must be driven and seeking to make an impact in the world of sports. Those selected will work long hours on event days in all weather conditions, ensuring flawless execution. They will display enthusiasm, professionalism and expert time management skills. Upon completion of the internship, it is our hope that the knowledge gained is one that provides great value and experience towards future career endeavors in the sports marketing industry. ClickHEREto apply!
At NASCAR, you will find a community of passionate individuals who care about our sport and are united in seeing it grow.
NASCAR is looking to hire a Television Production Manager, Internal Productions. This person manages the day-to-day operation of production content, logistics and financial planning of projects and/or shows in production, primarily focused within the Internal Productions team. ClickHEREto apply!
The Big League Philanthropist podcast shares stories of athletes and nonprofits using #sportsphilanthropy to change the world. Learn why these athletes were motivated to get involved and what motivates them to keep going!
Our next episode drops THIS THURSDAY! We'll be chatting with Hilton Freund of the @footballwinningproject. The Twinning Project is an organization dedicated to better equipping jailed citizens with skills to rejoin the world after their sentence and believes that football can be used to help these people, breaking down the barriers between them and learning and physical activity.
Hilton and Danielle discuss his career experience prior to joining the Twinning Project, the impact employment has on recidivism, and why sport plays a role in the work the Twinning Project is doing. Hilton also shares how impactful it has been for major football clubs like Arsenal, Manchester United, and Swansea to support the project.
We can't wait for you to hear from Hilton. Subscribe and check back on Thursday when the episode drops. ClickHEREto subscribe/listen!
WISE — Women in Sports and Events — is the leading voice and resource for women in the business of sports. Through a combination of programming and online tools designed to provoke thought, personal and professional growth, and engagement, WISE works to:
Assist women in navigating and accelerating their careers;
Help women understand their collective value;
Foster peer connections; and
Champion the hiring and advancement of women in the industry.
Our first WISE Circle will be in South Bay! Circles are our more intimate "meet ups" where you can connect with other WISE members in your neighborhood. No set programming. No strings attached. Just for fun.
Location: North Italia @ The Point 840 CA-1 #110 El Segundo, CA 90245
No RSVP Required. Drinks and food not provided. Happy hour from 5-6 PM.
The All-Star Experience Team is your opportunity to showcase your passion for baseball to fans visiting Los Angeles for MLB All-Star Week. Being part of the Experience Team is a great opportunity to work at Capital One PLAY BALL PARK, an indoor and outdoor fan event being held in Downtown LA at the Los Angeles Convention Center and L.A. Live. Just like the name says, we are looking for individuals to provide a positive ALL-STAR EXPERIENCE to all fans in attendance. Here are some of the roles you could be assigned being part of the All-Star Experience Team. Click HEREto learn more & apply!
Our summer program combines educational classroom programming, hands-on mentoring and coaching, and unparalleled access to real-world work experience in the Sports, Entertainment, and Media industries. Beginning with a week of high-intensity training that features an incredible assortment of world-class executives as guest speakers and instructors, we provide students with exclusive opportunities to learn from industry leaders, expand their network, and develop themselves as professionals. This program is essential for any students looking to jump-start their careers in highly-competitive industries.
Location: UCLA Anderson School of Management – Los Angeles, CA (Housing is not included, however, IMPACT can provide resources to help students secure housing during the program as needed.)
Academic Partner: UCLA Anderson Center for Media, Entertainment & Sports
Who Can Apply: College students, graduate students, and early-stage professionals from around the world are invited to apply
Payment plans available!
Student Application and Placement Process
Apply: The application process opens in November 2021 and closes one week prior to the start of the program. There is no application fee, and applications from students and graduates of all colleges/universities are accepted.
Program Interview: Students will undergo an interview with IMPACT staff to review their application, discuss their career goals, and identify fields of interest.
Registration: If accepted into the program, students will be sent a registration link. Once registration is completed and a deposit is placed, students’ spots in the program are secured.
Project Placement: Prior to the start of the program, registered students will be placed in Experiential Learning Projects based on available opportunities that align with their fields of interest. ClickHEREto register!
June 28, 2022 - Registration deadline June 14, 2022
There’s never been a more important moment to harness the power of sport and play to address the physical and mental health of our kids. You’ll hear from researchers, thought leaders, athletes, coaches and organizations in youth development, sports, education, policy and philanthropy. You’ll learn how we are WORKING TOGETHER to EXPAND SPORT AND PLAY for our most VULNERABLE YOUTH – and how you can HELP ADVANCE OUR EFFORTS. ClickHEREto register!
Work Experience & Mentorship for Female High School Student-Athletes
This program offers both mentorship and work experience in the field of sport for female high school student-athletes. Student-athletes will have the opportunity to gain meaningful work experience in high school BEFORE entering post-secondary. Using the LTS Model and Program Elements, our interns will work on thinking, social, and emotional skills, while getting real-world experience in the chosen field. It is an opportunity to identify passion and potential, and direction for the individual moving forward.
WORK EXPERIENCE & MENTORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:
Athletic Therapy Field Support- 2 positions available
Internship will consist of injury assessments, rehabilitation, injury prevention and athletic therapy services (i.e. taping).
Media Correspondent- 1 position available
Internship will consist of social media content creation including photography, videography, and conducting interviews.
Mental Skills Training Workshop Facilitator - 1 position available
Interns will learn about sport psychology and will have an opportunity to co-facilitate workshops for a girl's youth basketball team.
In the words of our founding patron Nelson Mandela, we believe that sport has the power to change the world. Sport bridges divides to bring communities together, it improves physical and mental health, and it teaches valuable life skills including confidence and leadership. To better serve youth in underserved communities, we support the growth of organizations that are using sport as a tool for social change. Since 2012, we have invested $19M in sport for development programs, positively impacting the lives more than 1 million young people.
Location: NYC, Atlanta, Chicago, or New Orleans preferred; remote option available
The Marketing and Communications Manager will work closely with the Director of Marketing & Partnerships to grow Laureus USA’s presence and visibility in order to generate additional funding and strengthen partner relationships- with the ultimate goal of fulfilling Laureus USA’s mission to improve the lives of youth and unite communities through the power of sport. This person will manage key communication platforms to raise the profile of Laureus USA with relevant audiences, share impactful stories that highlight sport as tool for youth development and social change, and ensure consistent messaging and branding. ClickHEREto apply!
Laureus USA seeks a strategic, entrepreneurial, data-driven and organized professional who will provide leadership for Chicago grants and programs. With a priority on grants management and coalition building, as well as strategic development and growth, the Program Manager will build on the existing work of Laureus USA and the Sport for Good Chicago program.
Reporting to the Director of Sport for Good Chicago, the Program Manager will be responsible for supporting and managing programmatic operations to improve and better support our mission.
The ideal candidate will have demonstrated success in program administration and facilitation and is excited by supporting community-driven outcomes and strategy. Click HERE to apply!
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