College World Series of Omaha, Inc., annually provides internship experiences that provide college students and recent graduates a working environment which helps gain experience into event management on a national level. CWS of Omaha, Inc., is committed to providing hands-on experience, with interaction in all areas of what it takes to produce and promote a large-scale event.
When the application period is open, please send the application materials to Joe Menaugh at the following address:
Application Period: CLOSED
College World Series of Omaha, Inc., will offer one summer internship for the 2014 NCAA Men’s College World Series beginning in May (or at the conclusion of the student’s academic year), running through an agreed upon time in July. This selected applicant will assist with pre-event coordination, work on-site at the event and assist with event follow-up and reports. Projects may include ordering products and services, preparing surveys for the participating coaches, coordinating the shipment of the Most Outstanding Player award, preparing materials for the annual Division I Baseball Committee meeting, general office duties, and assisting the College World Series of Omaha, Inc. staff both in the office and on-site during the event. Other on-site assignments include working with the NCAA office, the Fan Fest, the VIP Club, etc. This internship also would include assisting with the Opening Ceremonies and Autograph Session.
These selected applicants are specifically hired to assist just prior to and during the Men's College World Series. Event interns assist with pre-event assembly, as well day-to-day event responsibilities on-site at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha. These are non-paid positions. The dates for this internship begin on or around Monday, June 9 and run through the CWS, ending on either Wednesday, June 25 or Thursday, June 26.
Inc., offers one paid spring internship for the NCAA Men's College
World Series, which begins the first part of February and runs through
the end of the event. This internship, based in Omaha, Neb., offers a
full-time college student the opportunity to work behind the scenes at
one of the NCAA’s largest championships. Assignments may include, but
are not limited to, coordination of specific events, volunteers, general
office duties, assisting with ticket and parking matters, creation and
dissemination of materials and manuals. This position provides
assistance to the CWS, Inc., staff both in the office and on-site during
the event. This position also oversees those selected for the
additional internships, assigning office hours and daily
Other on-site assignments include working with the NCAA office as needed before and during the event, assisting with the Fan Fest, Opening Ceremonies and Autograph Session. CWS, Inc., also hosts a VIP Hospitality during the event. The selected applicant will have oversight of this area, including food selection, ticket and pass coordination, as well as staffing the area.
The selected applicant will be paid based on hours worked, as commensurate with minimum wage. The selected applicants are welcome to maintain other paid positions, so long as such other positions do not interfere with this internship. Though room and board are not offered as part of the position, the CWS, Inc., staff will work with the selected applicant to find housing if necessary.
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2011 NCAA® Division I Baseball Championship
June 18-28/29, 2011
TD Ameritrade Park Omaha - Omaha, Neb.
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About CWS of Omaha, Inc.
College World Series of Omaha, Inc., the local organizing committee, is a non-profit organization formed in 1967. The mission of its all-volunteer board of directors is enlisting community support for the College World Series from business, government, civic organizations and individuals.Learn More »