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Accounting / Administration Internship with Erie SeaWolves in Erie · PA

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   The Erie SeaWolves are the Double-A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers.  The team is owned and operated by At Bat Group, LLC.  Over 200 SeaWolves have played Major League Baseball including Justin Verlander, Curtis Granderson, John Lackey, Michael Fulmer, Eugenio Suarez and Andrew Miller.  Erie is located in northwest Pennsylvania, conveniently between Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Buffalo.  The SeaWolves play their home games at UPMC Park, just 10 blocks from the shores of Lake Erie. 

   Over $12 million in additional stadium upgrades will be introduced before or during the 2020 season including a new 1,550 sq. ft. team store, a new 230-guest stadium club and renovated suites, restrooms, concessions, and party spaces. 

  The SeaWolves are looking for a confident, dedicated, and detail-oriented student who is interested in earning credit hours by completing a seasonal learning experience in business administration and accounting.

  The internship will offer experience with accounts payable, accounts receivable, banking, and payroll.  The intern will be mentored by the Director of Accounting & Finance and receive training in the business of Minor League Baseball.

  All college majors are welcome to apply.  Credit hours may be available through your college or university. This internship begins on May 18, 2020 and lasts for the duration of the regular season (or until the student returns to college).

May 18-August 31, 2020:
9:00 AM until 3:00 PM (Monday-Friday).  Some exceptions may apply.

Job Questions:

  1. How did you hear about this job?

  2. Do you have any prior experience, education or training in accounting? If yes, please describe.

  3. Are you available to begin an internship on May 18, 2020?

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