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Internship Program
2014 Mid-Atlantic PG Super25
Internship Program


Perfect Game welcomes candidates from diverse cultural and educational backgrounds.

If you have an interest in the game of baseball, scouting, or event operations, have a strong academic performance and professional drive, we encourage you to consider Perfect Game’s internship program.

Candidates currently pursuing a college degree may apply for summer internships. We look for individuals who value teamwork, have leadership potential and a passion for excellence.

Our interns receive a comprehensive professional and educational experience in a dynamic, fast-paced, team-oriented environment. You will be given responsibility, outstanding training and the chance to learn and contribute on a daily basis. The primary intent of the Perfect Game internship program is to provide students with supplemental education in their chosen field. Interns do not replace our employees, but rather are provided the opportunity to learn alongside them. While post-graduate employment with Perfect Game is certainly not guaranteed, numerous interns have gone on to join the Perfect Game family full time.

We appreciate your interest in Perfect Game.

Perfect Game is the leader in showcase and tournament events at the high school level, and conducts a series of such events all year long, with the majority of these events taking place from late May through late October. During this time the days are long and the events run through the weekends.

The top players from across the country as well Canada, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic use these events as a way to gain exposure in front of MLB scouts and college recruiters while playing with and against their peers.

The Perfect Game internship provides an excellent opportunity for candidates to learn scouting and scouting terminology while also receiving a platform in which the interns can meet individuals from the scouting and college recruiting community. Several former interns are now serving key roles for Perfect Game and/or have moved onto professional scouting careers as a result of this opportunity.

All interns are responsible for their own housing in the Voorhees, New Jersey area.

Interns must be able to come to work 5 days a week.

When on the road for an event, all travel, lodging and appropriate meals will be covered.


Tournament Management Assistant

Positions: 8 for each season
Dates:
March 20 - June 7 (could extend into summer)
May 25 - August 9
July 26 - October 15
October 7 - December 20
January 3 - March 20
Pay: $500/month
Location: The Hit Doctor Academy in Voorhees, N.J. and fields surrounding the Mid-Atlantic region.

Primary responsibilities:

• Assist tournament directors in schedule management and acquiring information for the individual team's rosters.
• Provide administrative assistance in PG's main office including, but not limited to answering phones and providing customer service, assisting in the printing of event programs and data entry.
• Enter scouting information to individual player profiles into Perfect Game's expansive player database.
• Write scouting recap stories of tournament games for the event's scout blogs.

It is preferred that the candidates have strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task. Perfect Game's summer tournaments run from late March through early August and the Fall tournaments will go from early September through October with 200-300 games being played on a daily basis during the peak of the season. While this is primarily an office position, some travel for direct event assistance could occur.


Scouting Bloggers

Positions: 4 for each season
Dates:
March 20 - June 7 (could extend into summer)
May 25 - August 9
July 26 - October 15
October 7 - December 20
Pay: $500/month
Location: The Hit Doctor Academy in Voorhees, N.J. and fields surrounding the Mid-Atlantic region.

Primary responsibilities:

• Write scouting game recaps for each game played at Perfect Game's numerous summer tournaments.
• Enter scouting information to individual player profiles into Perfect Game's expansive player database.
• Provide administrative assistance in PG's main office including, but not limited to answering phones and providing customer service, tournament team roster management, assisting in the printing of event programs and data entry.

It is preferred that the candidates have their own laptops and display a strong fundamental knowledge of the game of baseball and solid writing skills. Perfect Game's summer tournaments run from late March through early August and the Fall tournaments will run from early September through October with 200-300 games being played on a daily basis during the peak season. While this is primarily an office position, some travel for direct event assistance could occur.


Event Operations Assistant

Positions: 10 for each season
Dates:
March 20 - June 7 (could extend into summer)
May 25 - August 9
July 26 - October 15
Pay: $500/month
Location: The Hit Doctor Academy in Voorhees, N.J. and fields surrounding the Mid-Atlantic region.

Primary responsibilities:

• Assist in coaching and the production of showcase and tournament events, including, but not limited to field management, game scoring, game scouting and merchandise sales.
• Write scouting recap stories of tournament games for the event's scout blogs.
• Drive vans full of equipment to various locations in the United States for baseball showcase and tournament events.

It is preferred that the candidates have a history of playing the game of baseball at the high school and/or college level, groundskeeping and/or coaching. All candidates should be prepared to be on the road starting in late May through mid-August. Most of the events are conducted in New Jersey, New York and Penssylvania.


IT/GameChanger Supervisor

Positions: 1 for each season
Dates:
March 20 - June 7 (could extend into summer)
May 25 - August 9
July 26 - October 15
October 7 - December 20
Pay: $500/month
Location: The Hit Doctor Academy in Voorhees, N.J. and fields surrounding the Mid-Atlantic region.

Primary responsibilities:

• Provide administrative assistance in the Voorhees, NJ office including, but not limited to providing customer service, maintaining correct information on the website, and assisting in the tournament registration process.
• Assist tournament directors' use of GameChanger at all Regional and Super Regional events.
• Edit statistics and scouting information on the PG Website and GameChanger Widgets that display on the tournament pages.
The IT/GameChanger Supervisor will work directly with the PG Super25 National Director to ensure all operations of the PG Super25 tournament series run smoothly in the initial year. This position plays a key role in enhancing the customer experience of Perfect Game tournaments. It is required that candidates have a strong background with the game of baseball and understand how to score games. Candidates must also display strong communication skills and feel comfortable working with and troubleshooting computer applications.


Social Media Marketing Assistant

Positions: 1 for each season
Dates:
March 20 - June 7 (could extend into summer)
May 25 - August 9
July 26 - October 15
October 7 - December 20
Pay: $500/month
Location: The Hit Doctor Academy in Voorhees, N.J. and fields surrounding the Mid-Atlantic region.

Primary responsibilities:

• Update and post content on the PG Super25 Social Media Outlets to promote the new tournament series and give recognition to the players who stand out.
• Assist in the execution of contests through social media.
• Develop creative ways to drive 'likes' and followers within the target market.
• Gather and post photos from the events that are provided by our local feet on the ground, as well as reaching out to get this free content from parents and family members.
• Brainstorm to help formulate a strategy of creative and interesting ways to engage with our audiences.

It is preferred that the candidates have strong organizational skills, the ability to multi-task and solid understanding of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other emerging social media platforms. Fundamental knowledge of the game of baseball, strong writing skills, and the ability to work in a team atmosphere are also key attributes success in this position. While this is primarily an office position, some travel for direct event assistance could occur.


To Apply

Please send the following to Gary Wilson at gwilso18@gmail.com or fax to (856) 354-0818.

• Cover letter (include the following information)

NAME
ADDRESS
CITY, STATE, ZIP
COLLEGE, CITY
EMAIL
PHONE
DOB (MM/DD/YYYY)
DATES FOR INTERNSHIP
POSITIONS APPLYING FOR
PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:
- Why should you be chosen?
- What do you expect to get out of the experience?
- Do you have any questions about the position?

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