The Duluth Huskies, members of the Northwoods League, are currently accepting applications for internships.
Each position is designed to provide interested and qualified candidates an opportunity to gain valuable experience in a fun and hardworking family entertainment and baseball environment. The long hours and hard work are expected to make an easy transition into working in professional sports or any industry.
Fall Internships (September – December):
These internships will focus on ticket sales with outbound calls to customers, business groups, and sponsors. There are flexible hours and school credit can be attained for their work. The interns will also help with the final decison for next season’s promotions. This fall internship creates a unique opportunity for candidates wanting to work in the sports world, by giving them the opportunity to see a more behind the scenes look at the planning stages of a season.
Full Season Internships (January – August):
These positions will focus on the business of sports, providing the recipient with important experience in business group sales, sponsorship and ticket sales, marketing, customer service and exposure to all other aspects of the operation during the off-season. These internships will also result in Team Lead roles for the Summer Interns in a supervisory capacity. We require a minimum 40 hours per week to perform this internship (50-80 hours per week in the summer). Internship is either for school credit or Sales Commission.
Summer Internships (May – August):
The full-time summer internship will provide you with a tremendous understanding of all areas of the baseball operation as you assist with the execution of the Duluth Huskies season. Candidates must be willing to work long hours when the team is at home for the entire summer (between 60-80 hours per week during homestands – this is not an exaggeration). Applicants must not have another job and priority is given to upper class Juniors and Seniors. Internship is non paid, but does offer school credit. Housing at the University of Wisconsin-Superior can be arranged upon hiring for those who need it, ask for more information during interview.
The summer internships provide experience in the areas listed below. While there is no guarantee that an internship will be available within your specific area of interest, you will have the opportunity to learn about all of these areas of the operation.
Clubhouse Manager Internship: (May – August)
A Member of the Summer Intern team, the baseball operations intern/clubhouse manager position will work closely with the staff as well as players and coaches to make sure all clubhouse and stadium duties are properly managed. This includes assisting managers and coaches from the league with daily tasks as well as making sure players are well taken care of. The clubhouse responsibilities will include delegating equipment and uniforms as well as the maintenance and cleaning of the equipment and uniforms. Stadium responsibilities will include the set up and tear down for all games and events at the ballpark as well as maintaining the stadium and the field. The clubhouse manager intern position is for those who have aspirations to be in the business of baseball, behind the scenes, but very involved in team development and clubhouse duties. School credit can be obtained if desired. Housing at the University of Wisconsin-Superior can be arranged upon hiring for those who need it, ask for more information during interview.
Please note: The Duluth Huskies do not offer any internships in player development, scouting, or athletic training
The Duluth Huskies are an equal opportunity employer. Please submit your resume, cover letter and areas of interest by email to: email@example.com. Please submit as a word document .doc or pdf. Please clearly list the internship for which you are applying (Full Season, Fall, or Summer). Interviews for internships will be conducted on an ongoing basis.
Due to the high number of applicants, we cannot guarantee an interview for all candidates.