Florida League Internship Program

Each summer, the Florida League gives the opportunity for 30 or more college students to gain valuable experience working in the sports industry. The Florida League offers several different types of internships in the spring and throughout the summer season. Interns are typically in college or recently graduated.


2016 Florida League Interns, GMs and Staff

Click here to see what some of our past interns are doing in the sports field!

Interns have experience or have studied a variety of fields including: Sports Management, Communications, Event Planning, Hospitality, Journalism, English, Marketing and Business. Related fields will be considered. 

Team Operations
(20 positions available)

Team Journalism 
(6 positions available)

Team Broadcast
(5 positions available)

League Operations
(3 positions available)

Application Process

Step 1: Applicant submits resume & three references (with email addresses) to Phil Chinnery (pchinnery@floridaleague.com). Please designate which position you are interested in

Step 2: Florida League sends questionnaire to applicant

Step 3: Applicant returns questionnaire; Upon recepit of the questionnaire, FCSL contacts three references

Step 4: Florida League conducts telephone interview with applicant

Step 5: Applicant is notified of hiring status by FCSL (hired, not hired, on hold)

Please note: there will be several Five Step Rounds of this application process throughout the winter and spring. Interns can apply for both League and Team internships. League interns generally are college graduates/graduate students. Strong candidates may be informed of acceptance quickly. We give preference to candidates using this summer internship for college credit, though it is not required.

 

Sara Whiting Young Professional of the Year

Left to Right: Vice President Stefano Foggi, Brock Gower, Tori Irvin, Brian Nestel, Jim Joyner, President Rob Sitz

Each summer, the Florida League chooses the top interns who perform at a high standard throughout the year. These interns not only excel in their specific field, but are able and willing to help out with other tasks for both their team and others throughout the league. Each winner receives a monetary bonus at the end of the year, as well as special recognition before the Florida League championship game at Tropicana Field. The award is named for Florida League founder Sara Whiting, whose favorite part of every summer was getting to know the interns and teaching them how to be successful as they pursue a career in sports.

Award Winners  

2013 Joe Nuccio (Florida Southern) Team Operations College Park Freedom
  Danielle Percival (Troy) Broadcast College Park Freedom
  Chris Duderstadt (Baker) Journalism Sanford River Rats
2014 Michael Speicher (Saint Leo) Team Operations Sanford River Rats
  Katie Dwyer (Michigan) Team Operations Winter Garden Squeeze
  Keith Hellebrand (UCF) Broadcast Winter Garden Squeeze
2015 Brett Nizamoff (Saint Leo) Team Operations Altamonte Springs Boom
  Kirsten Scarborough (Stetson) Team Operations DeLand Suns
  Jeremy Tache (UCF) Broadcast Winter Park Diamond Dawgs
  Sean Naylor (York) Journalism Leesburg Lightning
2016 Brock Gower (Huntington) Team Operations DeLand Suns
  Tori Irvin (Southeastern) Team Operations Leesburg Lightning
  Jim Joyner (Baker) Broadcast DeLand Suns
  Brian Nestel (Cabrini) Journalism Winter Park Diamond Dawgs

 

 

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The Florida Collegiate Summer League (Florida League) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that operates six teams in Central Florida. Founded in November 2003, the Florida League provides a place in the Sunshine State for top college players to play pure wood bat baseball against top-level competition in a festive community atmosphere. The Florida League is one of twelve leagues supported and partially funded by Major League Baseball and is one of eleven leagues affiliated with the NACSB - an alliance of college summer wooden bat leagues that follow NCAA rules. The Florida League has been named one of the top leagues in the country by Baseball America.

 

 

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