HEADstrong Foundation Opens Application Period for Summer Sports Operations Internship

DURATION: Summer (June – August): Part-time unpaid 10 hours per week includes evenings/weekends when necessary.

LOCATION: Practice fields located in Montgomery County  – there will be limited travel required but it will be reimbursed by the foundation.

Interested Candidates should send resume to [email protected].

JOB SUMMARY: Our Sports Management Team is a dynamic group responsible for engaging thousands through sports each year to support the needs of the foundation. In this fast-paced role, you will be responsible to assist operationally with activities associated with HEADstrong Philly Girls Lacrosse Club, community engagement, internal operations of the program including, but not limited to:

Equipment Management- transporting equipment and practice materials to and from practices
Field Maintenance- Lining and setting up fields for practice
Uniform distribution
Social Media Marketing
Maintaining safety and sanitation standards

This position is open to students looking to gain well-rounded experience and exposure to aspects of the sports and non-profit event industry including Sports Management, Sports Marketing, Community Engagement/Relations, and Coaching – all while making a difference in the lives of families who are affected by cancer. The internship is conditional on the successful completion of a background check and availability provided during the interview.

ABOUT THE HEADSTRONG FOUNDATION: The HEADstrong Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to improving lives affected by cancer. HEADstrong was founded by Nicholas Colleluori, a Division I athlete entering his sophomore year at Hofstra University when he was terminally diagnosed with cancer. His public fight from the sidelines captivated the nation and from his hospital bed he created an organization focused on empowering student-athletes to improve lives affected by the disease. His vision was simple yet critical; helping real families when they needed it most, providing support so that families may live with a greater dignity and normalcy. He built an awareness platform driven by lime green shoelaces, the national awareness color for non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. He empowered his own family and in the last days of his life asked them to pick up the ball where he left off. It’s a promise that the Colleluori family continues to fulfill through the essential programs and services offered by the HEADstrong Foundation. HEADstrong is 100% committed to improving the quality of life for families affected by cancer. HEADstrong grants financial assistance, funds projects to improve the inpatient experience, provides meals and outlets of entertainment, delivers comfort kits, peer support and most notably operates Nick’s House, a haven of comfort for families seeking comprehensive cancer care.

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