Data and Events Management Intern - Remote Paid Internship Summer 2023

Student (College)

About SportsRecruits

At the core of SportsRecruits is a software platform that connects high school athletes & their club organizations to every college coach in the country. Our goal is to bring together student-athletes, college coaches, and event organizers in one network to create opportunities for everyone involved in the athletic recruiting process. We have built the EventBeacon suite of tools to catalyze connections between these groups in the recruiting event setting, specifically. Connections made our network have resulted in commitments to the best academic and athletic institutions across the country.

SportsRecruits is privately held and headquartered in Brooklyn, NY. Right now our team is completely remote. We have spent a lot of time cultivating the same lively and tight kit company culture that we had in our office in Brooklyn. We feel confident that we will be able to continue to foster this environment whether our teammates are in the office or working from home.

Check out our team videos here to learn more about working at SportsRecruits!

About Our Internship Program

We have a number of remote intern positions available for a paid fall internship (compensation and academic credits earned). As an intern with SportsRecruits, you will have the opportunity to work in a start-up environment and tackle real-world business challenges. Our internship program is designed to allow you to take full ownership of projects, and get real, hands-on experience with each member of our team. We are looking for innovative and proactive interns who are ready to hit the ground running. Taking on a large amount of responsibility, you will be an integral part of our operations for the duration of the internship.

About the Position: Event Management & Operations Intern

As an Event Management & Operations intern, you will report to the Director of Event Operations. You will be responsible for managing operational & data management efforts for sports tournaments and showcases throughout the summer event season. You will assist the events team in managing partnerships with other recruiting events across different sports across the country. This will require a significant amount of attention to detail. If you read this, write the word "popcorn" in your response when asked what sets you apart from other candidates. You will be asked to learn the ins and outs of our softwares, demonstrate problem-solving skills, and develop relationship management skills. You may have the opportunity to travel to regional events.

Anticipated Start Date: Monday June 5, 2023
Anticipated End Date: Friday August 11, 2023


  • Collect, manage, and organize large datasets for event partners.
  • Help to manage event partnership relationships.
  • Troubleshoot customer issues using premium technology solutions.
  • Manage customer inquiries & concerns via email or phone support.
  • Brainstorm innovative marketing strategies to build our brands.
  • Travel to regional youth sports events possible (optional).


  • Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program.
  • Able to work full time (35/hours week)
  • Quick learner with aptitude for working with software.
  • Demonstrated attention to detail & organizational skills.
  • Experience managing data in Google Sheets or Excel.
  • Ability to follow instructions organizational and strong work ethic.
  • Analytical thinker with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Enthusiasm for sports and the recruiting process.
  • Willingness to work nights or weekends with compensation.

What We Offer:

The pay for this position is $15.00 / hour. It’s important to us that our team is happy, and we're always looking for ways to improve our overall work culture and support our employees’ well-being.

This is a remote position, but there is an option to work either full or part-time from our Manhattan office. From Zoom stand-up comedy shows to virtual game nights, we’ve spent a lot of time cultivating a remote version of the lively and tight knit company culture that we had in our Brooklyn office. Whether our teammates feel most comfortable working remote or in the office long-term, we’re confident that we’ll continue to foster a connected, supportive environment for all.

SportsRecruits is an equal opportunity employer and embraces diversity and equal opportunity on our team. Just like the student-athletes we support, we are trying to get better and stronger as a team every day. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. We strongly believe that the more inclusive our team is, the better we can serve all student-athletes, as well as their families and coaches, who are pursuing their dreams.


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