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NBA Internship Program seeks 2014 summer interns

Posted by Admin On November - 4 - 2013

Nationwide (BlackNews.com) — The 2014 NBA Summer Internship Program is a hands-on opportunity for enrolled college students to build their work experience and learn the behind-the-scenes operations of the NBA League Office. Over the 10-week program, summer interns participate in a series of events and activities exposing them to the many facets of the NBA’s business, including the WNBA and NBA D-League.

Applicant placement within an NBA Department is based on the NBA’s business needs, as well as the candidate’s interest, experience, and academic achievement. All positions are located at the NBA League Offices in either New York City (midtown Manhattan) or Secaucus, New Jersey.

To qualify for the Internship Program, students must be either (a) enrolled in an accredited undergraduate college or university and be between their junior or senior year OR (b) graduate students (typically MBA) between their first and second years, or Law students between years one and two, or years two and three.

For more details and/or to apply, visit:
www.findinternships.com/2013/10/nba-internship-program.html

To search hundreds of other 2014 internships, visit:
www.FindInternships.com



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