Los Angeles DodgersLos Angeles, CA
Part Time Unpaid Internship
The Los Angeles Dodgers currently have a job opportunity for a Broadcasting Intern. Following you will find a brief description of the job and application process. For additional information, please contact the Human Resources Department at (323) 224-1547.
Title: Broadcasting Intern
Status: Intern (12-week program)
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Pay Rate: $16.50/hour
*Interviews for our 2023 Internship positions will take place in February 2023
The Broadcast department is responsible for the production of all Dodger television broadcasts (including pre and postgame shows), radio broadcasts and Spanish language radio and television.
Position Skills & Qualifications:
• No TV experience necessary
• Interns in this department will learn technical, administrative, and creative side of production
• Demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills
• Possess excellent organizational, interpersonal and time management skills
• Must be a current freshman, sophomore or junior pursuing a bachelor’s degree OR are currently enrolled in a graduate program at an accredited institution.
• Must be available to live and work in Los Angeles or your assigned office location throughout the duration of your 12-week program (May 22-August 11).
• A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.
• Unrestricted authorization to work in the United States.
• Passionate about working for a professional sports team.
• Proactive and out of the box thinking.
LOS ANGELES DODGERS LLC is firmly committed to providing equal opportunity for all qualified applicants from every race, creed, and background. The Organization is also firmly committed to complying with all applicable laws and governmental regulations at the state and local levels which prohibit discrimination.
LOS ANGELES DODGERS LLC considers all applicants without regard to national origin, race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability, military status, citizenship status, pregnancy or related medical conditions, marital status, ancestry-ethnicity, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state or federal civil rights law. The Immigration Reform and Control Act require that the Organization obtain documentation from every individual who is employed which verifies identity and authorizes his/her right to work in the United States.