Major League Soccer Internships
Positions are offered in the areas of marketing, communications, law, finance, human resources, technology, graphics and design, and much more. Each position has its own requirements for education and skill level. The length of internships also vary by position.
Imagine being involved in building marketing programs and brand awareness for an internationally known sports organization. Human resources interns have an opportunity to work directly with the players. Communications interns create press releases and generate media coverage on major league soccer. Legal interns work on sponsorships, special events, sweepstakes and promotions, licensing and consumer products.
What's the difference between internships and externships?
All interns will find their experience exciting as well as rewarding in providing excellent career experience in their chosen field. Major League Soccer was launched in 1996 and provides media coverage of games and information on all major soccer teams in the U.S. and Canada.
The location is usually in NEW YORK.
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