Nashville Predators Game Presentation Internship – Spring 2024
The Nashville Predators Game Presentation Department is seeking an intern for the 2024 Spring Semester. The intern will assist with various aspects of the sports industry including, but not limited to, collaborating with the department on game night ideas, develop scripts for home games, and gaining content creation experience. We are looking for a very energetic and outgoing individual who has a positive, can-do attitude and has a strong desire to learn and be part of the Smashville culture. In addition to the duties and objectives listed below, students will receive the opportunity to gain exposure to different departments and entities within the Nashville Predators organization. The Nashville Predators intern program provides an educational, skill-building, hands-on experience for all participants, and a cornerstone of the program is the interns ability to earn college credit for participation in the program.
Game Presentation Internship Responsibilities:
- Assist and collaborate with Game Presentation department in the preparation and execution of Nashville Predators home games
- Learn, plan, and execute elements of the Game Presentation show
- Work with Event Producer to develop scripts and rundowns for all home games
- Shadow a variety of positions on game night including stage manager, camera, graphics, video playback, replay, and more
- Assist in the procurement of game and live elements for production such as props, prizes, coupons, talent, etc. Desire to learn basic editing, videography, and graphic creation skills
Nashville Predators Internship Requirements:
- Spring semester internship duration will be approximately January – May 2024
- All internships are in person; no remote opportunities are available at this time
- Ability to work evenings and weekends within the students designated credit hour requirement when necessary
- All interns must be students at accredited colleges and universities, with the ability to earn academic credit for time spent in an internship position
- Internships are open to Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors receiving college credit
- Internships do not provide compensation, housing, or transportation
- Internships do not guarantee full-time positions with the Predators upon completion
- As a condition of internship, qualified applicant will be subject to a background check, which will at a minimum include a criminal background check and character references and if applicable, may include a driving history check.
- Be able to maintain confidential information.
Candidates MUST receive academic credit for the completion of this internship. The Nashville Predators do not offer housing or transportation accommodations.
The Nashville Predators and our entities is an equal opportunity employer. The organization does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, or disability status, genetic information, or any other applicable federal or state protected classification. The organization celebrates diversity and is committed to an inclusive environment for all.
To ensure reasonable accommodation for individuals protected by the Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended, applicants that require accommodation in the job application process may email [email protected].