Full & part-time jobs, internships, academic opportunities, volunteer info
Full & part-time jobs, internships, academic opportunities, volunteer info
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Parks, Recreation, Tourism, & Sport Management Jobs and Academic Opportunities Newsletter

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EDUCATIONAL Opportunities

The Laboratory for Analytic Sciences at NC State is now accepting applications for the 2023 Summer Conference on Applied Data Science (SCADS).

SCADS brings together researchers and practitioners to prototype and investigate novel ways to address a data science challenge problem of interest to the intelligence community. The grand challenge problem is to generate tailored daily reports for individual knowledge workers that capture information relevant to their individual objectives and interests.

The conference is an 8-week in-person event, held from June 5 to July 28, 2023, on NC State’s campus in Raleigh, NC. Participants will work together to build on existing research and apply data science to analytic problems, while networking with partners across academia, industry, and government who bring diverse perspectives. Participants will receive compensation and, if needed, support for local accommodations and travel.

We welcome applications from graduate students, faculty, and practitioners from academia and industry.

Academic faculty and industry partners: Contact SCADS organizers at scads-apply@ncsu.edu

Students: Apply online


Pre-Health and Pre-Law Drop-In Advising is now available on Wednesdays 1 – 4 PM in the Academic Success Center in D.H. Hill Library with Hannah Jaegers, the Assistant Director of Pre-Health and Pre-Law Advising with the Career Development Center.

Drop-Ins are 15 minute slots for quick discussions. Advising is first-come, first-served. *Please note: there will be no drop-ins on January 18th, but drop-ins will resume January 25th and will continue on Wednesdays for the rest of the semester, while classes are in session.

For an introduction to Pre-Health, please watch the new Pre-Health Pack Primer intro videos here. These may actually answer a lot of questions you may have!


Attention Master’s Students: Please apply for the Susie D. Walston Fellowship for 2023-2024. Application Deadline is February 6th. Winners could be awarded up to $2000.

Eligibility Requirements are:

  • Continuing in the PRTM Masters program (not graduating prior to December 2023).
  • Must have current or prior professional work experience in the field of public parks and recreation.
  • Did NOT earn an undergraduate degree from NC State PRTM.
  • Demonstrate financial need.
  • Satisfactory academic progress (3.0 GPA in the program).
  • Good citizen within the department, research communities, and in the classroom.


Want to study abroad in Cuba? Discover the “Pearl of the Antilles” with NC State in this one of a kind summer program in Havana, Cuba, a UNESCO World Heritage Site!This island nation has had a complex and fascinating history, especially since the 1959 Revolution. Participants will be immersed in the environmental and socio-cultural history of Cuba, and experience first-hand the exceptional biodiversity, culture and hospitality of the island while living in Old Havana. The evolving relationship between Cuba and the US form a dynamic backdrop for this exceptional study abroad experience.

Join us on Jan 24th at 12 pm on Zoom for an info session!


Want to spend your Fall studying abroad in Prague? Apply today! The application deadline has been extended to March 15th. Students take at least 12 NC State credit hours during the Classic Fall Program. Local cultural excursions, in-country and out-of-country excursions are included.

ACADEMIC Positions

PRTM is accepting applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor, with a concentration in Equitable and Sustainable Sport and Tourism Event Management. Responsibilities include: Teaching and Mentoring of Undergraduate and Graduate Students; Discovery of Knowledge through Discipline-Guided Inquiry; Extension and Engagement with Constituencies outside the University; and Service to Professional Societies and the Discipline, and Service and Engagement within NC State.

Click here for full job description and desired qualifications.


The University of Glasgow has three new faculty posts (Southern Urbanism, Urban Economy, and Real Estate) of senior lecturer (associate professor)/professor positions opening in Urban Studies. The general job purposes and more information can be found in the following links:

Senior Lecturer / Professor in Southern Urbanism at University of Glasgow

Senior Lecturer/Professor in Urban Economy at University of Glasgow

Senior Lecturer/Professor in Real Estate at University of Glasgow

If you have any questions, please email Prof Simon Joss (Simon.Joss@glasgow.ac.uk) at your first instance. The application deadline is Feb 28th, 2023.


School of Community Resources and Development at Arizona State University is seeking one full-time, benefits-eligible, 9-month, non-tenure track, and career-track assistant teaching professor in Tourism/Parks, Recreation, and Sport Management. This position is part of the Hainan University-Arizona State University International Tourism College (HAITC), a joint partnership between Arizona State University and Hainan University. This position will be permanently located in Haikou, Hainan, China.

The initial application deadline will be January 20th, 2023, 3:00 p.m. Arizona Time. Applications will continue to be accepted on a rolling basis for a reserve pool. Applications in the reserve pool may then be reviewed in the order in which they were received until the position is filled.

To apply for this position, please visit https://apply.interfolio.com/119063. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the search committee chair, Dr. Junyu Lu (Junyu.Lu@asu.edu).


Tenure track faculty opening at Northwest Missouri State University for an Assistant/Associate Professor in Recreation!

This is a fantastic opportunity to join the team of faculty who oversee Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Recreation. We have emphasis areas in recreation management, sport management, corporate wellness, and therapeutic recreation This particular position will require teaching in the recreation “core”, delivering classes such as foundations, leadership, outdoor recreation, rec administration, or evaluation; however, our current faculty are diverse in background so we can be somewhat flexible with teaching assignment to align with strengths.

Please reach out to me directly if you have questions! Send emails to: tlong@nwmissouri.edu

Click here for the full job posting with details and qualifications.


Assistant Professor in Urban Affairs and Planning- Virginia Tech Search: Virginia Tech’s Urban Affairs and Planning (UAP) program in the School of Public and International Affairs invites applicants for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level at the main campus in Blacksburg, Virginia. We seek candidates whose research focuses on the intersections of sustainable urbanization (e.g., environmental policy & planning, smart cities), climate change (e.g., climate justice, climate resilience), and digital technology (e.g., data science/governance, participatory technology). We are especially interested in applicants whose scholarly work includes demonstrated collaboration with historically marginalized communities (e.g. Black, Latinx, Indigenous, LGBTQ+, immigrant, and other populations) and aligns with the goal to advance the program’s focus on justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. The ideal candidate’s work may draw on a range of disciplinary and methodological approaches.

Review of applications begins February 1, 2023. More details and full job posting can be found here.

Please send questions to the search committee chair: Steve Hankey (hankey@vt.edu).


Assistant Professor in Urban Analytics, UNC Charlotte: The Department of Geography and Earth Sciences in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte invites applications for a tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor in the area of Urban Analytics. We are seeking a dynamic and broadly trained geospatial data scientist with expertise in leveraging data science approaches to analyze and help solve social, economic, environmental, and/or infrastructural challenges of urban residents and their environment.

Review of applications begins January 31, 2023. More details can be found here. Please feel free to contact the search committee chair, Dr. Wenwu Tang (WenwuTang@uncc.edu), with any questions.


TRIO Collegiate Programs Tutor Search for Spring 2023

TRIO Collegiate Programs is a federal grant program that assists students who are either first in their family to attend college, are of low socio-economic status, and/or are from historically under-represented backgrounds. Our program works with 285 students here at NC State and aims to ensure their retention and success at NC State.

Tutors for TRIO work one-on-one with students, generally for the semester, and have fairly flexible schedules. Tutors can choose how many students they want to work with and which courses that they want to tutor. A tutor can work with any course that they have earned a B or higher in (some transfer credits/prerequisite courses are also taken into account). This is a great opportunity for students who want to have a flexible job on campus while also giving back contributing to their peer’s academic success!

Students interested in tutoring can apply at go.ncsu.edu/triotutoringinterest.


TT Position: Assistant Professor of Indigenous Geographies at Simon Fraser University

The Department of Geography at Simon Fraser University (SFU) invites applications for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor of Indigenous Geographies. Simon Fraser University is one of British Columbia’s leading research universities. The tentative start date for this position is July 15, 2023.

This position will enhance or expand the current research and teaching strengths of the Geography Department in feminist political ecology, climate science, environmental change, water sciences, anti-colonial and critical geographies of race, spatial science, health geographies and/or urban geographies. We seek candidates who have research expertise in Indigenous geographies and centre Indigenous knowledge, epistemologies and methods in their research and teaching.

Click here for position details and how to apply.


The University of New Hampshire (UNH) invites applications and nominations for an open rank, tenure-track position in Recreation Management and Policy (RMP) beginning in August 2023. The position is posted here: https://jobs.usnh.edu/postings/53389

The successful candidate will join the department to serve the core curriculum, the Program and Event Management undergraduate option, and the graduate program. This position has the potential for a joint appointment with Cooperative Extension to help lead and study initiatives in New Hampshire that focus on recreation as a driver of community and economic development. We are seeking established or emerging scholars with a strong background in municipal planning, public engagement, community-based recreation and sport programs, nonprofit administration, organizational management, and destination development. Candidates should demonstrate areas of research and/or teaching expertise that align with at least one of the Department’s current priority areas, including recreation agency management, inclusion and access to recreation, municipal planning and economic development, public health outcomes, commercial recreation and tourism, or event planning.

Applicants must apply online using the UNH employment system at https://jobs.usnh.edu and follow the instructions to complete the online application.

Please direct inquiries to Cindy Hartman (cindy.hartman@unh.edu).


Assistant Professor of Geography & Sustainability Studies – Human Geographer specializing in environmental justice

The Department of Geography & Sustainability Studies at The State University of New York (SUNY) Geneseo is seeking applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position to begin August 2023. The department seeks a Human Geographer specializing in environmental justice who will contribute to a growing Sustainability Studies program and has a strong commitment to teaching excellence in a liberal arts setting. The ideal candidate will specialize in food or water security, urban issues, or climate and energy. The department has a 3/3 standard academic year teaching load (3 courses per semester). A commitment to working effectively with students from diverse backgrounds is essential. The candidate is expected to establish an active research program and to contribute to the campus, community, department, and discipline via service roles.

Full details can be found here: jobs.geneseo.edu/postings/4143


The Department of Agricultural Economics within the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service seeks an Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist for Community Economic Development. This PhD-level position is a permanent, full-time, 12-month, 100% extension appointment to begin in 2023.

The Specialist will provide statewide leadership and coordination of extension education programs enhancing business and community capacity. They will provide subject matter expertise and educational program development related to community and economic development, strategic planning, business planning, disaster resilience, community food system economics, and/or related areas. The position offers ample opportunity to collaborate with other Texas A&M AgriLife faculty in agricultural economics, nutrition and food safety, and hospitality, as well as Texas A&M University System faculty in healthcare, transportation, and other fields. As an Assistant Professor, this Extension Specialist will establish research programs to align with their extension role. Expected outreach includes extension and peer reviewed publications, train the trainer for county educators, conference presentations, and electronic and mass media releases.

Click here for more information and how to apply.


Project Manager / Research Assistant – Activity, Movement, and Place

Work advised by Dr. Aaron Hipp

This is a part-time (10-20hrs/wk), remote-work position with flexible hours for a student enrolled at NC State University. Pay is $15-25/hr dependent on experience.

From Dr. Hipp: “I am looking for a graduate student, or at least second semester junior undergraduate student, to assist with project managing one or more research projects. It is highly preferable that the hired Project Manager/Research Assistant (PM/RA) can continue work over the summer and during the Fall 2023 semester.

The primary project is related to understanding play across different designs of playgrounds. Additional projects that may need support include micromobility on campus (Spin e-scooters and e-bikes), sustainability and golf courses, evaluation of community wellbeing and playground renovations, and social media posts related to parks and play.”

For full job description and desired skills, please click here.

To apply, email Dr. Aaron Hipp your resume or CV and a brief description (bullet points are fine!) of how you meet the desired skills and why you are interested in the required duties and responsibilities. Review of applications begins January 17, 2023.


The Academic Support Program for Student-Athletes is looking to hire individuals to provide individual, small group, and drop-in style tutoring to student-athletes to enhance academic skills through teaching study skills and strategies, and clarifying questions related to content within ASPSA’s facilities throughout the academic year. Student-Athlete Tutorial Services employs tutors for all subject areas.

INTERNSHIP Opportunities

Paid internship opportunities with Raleigh Founded: This job role at Raleigh Founded is designed for students or recent grads who are interested in business, entrepreneurship, event management, social media marketing, HR, operations, project management, marketing, design, sales, or other relevant topics, and who are interested in immersing themselves in a community of entrepreneurs and getting hands-on experience with space operations.

Community Coordinators will focus primarily on day-to-day space operations, customer service, community management, administrative tasks, and assisting with sales and leasing but will be introduced into the community to build their professional networks. Staff will also work closely with them to identify professional goals and develop programming and connections that are specific to their areas of interest.

Internship description and details on how to apply here.


Summer Internship Temporary Opportunities: Job vacancies open January 5, 2023 through January 27, 2023. Apply on USAJOBS.gov

We’re hiring temporary student interns in the areas of Social Sciences, Administrative Support, Natural Resources, Engineering, Physical Sciences, and other general more foundational fields. These positions are perfect for high school and college students.

Student Trainee (General) GS-0099-02

Student Trainee (Archeology) GS-0199-03/04/05

Student Trainee (Administration & Office Support)GS-0399- 03/04/05

Student Trainee (Natural Resources Management & Biological Sciences) GS-0499-03/04/05

Student Trainee (Engineering) GS-0899-03/04/05

Student Trainee (Physical Sciences) GS-1399-03/04/05

Click here to learn more about Summer Internships


Outward Bound Costa Rica is hiring for multiple paid summer internship opportunities in Costa Rica, including:

2 Enrollment & Logistics Interns

PR, Media & Logistics Intern

Field Media Intern

Full job descriptions and application details are available here: https://outwardboundcostarica.org/jobs/. Stipend information is in each description, as well as details about provided housing, insurance, etc.

Please email Kyleigh McGrail, Director of Communications, Outward Bound Costa Rica, with any questions.


Union County Parks and Recreation Department (Waxhaw, NC) has two paid internship positions currenly open. These positions are for the Summer Season, which runs from June to August. We are seeking motivated individuals with the ability to self-start. Students wishing to gain experience in outdoor recreation, recreation management, programming, and networking and marketing are encouraged to apply.

To view the job postings, please click here.


The City of Lenoir is seeking a new Parks & Recreation Director to oversee three recreation centers, numerous parks, an extensive greenway system, a public mountain biking trail, classes, camps, youth athletics, and more. The Director is responsible for supervising 20 full-time and 64 part-time employees and managing a $2.1 million budget. Lenoir is centrally located in Caldwell County in the foothills of western North Carolina. The city is 21 miles southeast of Boone and 16 miles northwest of Hickory.

This position is responsible for energizing, promoting, and directing the recreational programs and facilities maintained by the City. Duties include managing both full and part-time staff (including seasonal employees) in the City’s recreation facilities.

Click here for full job description, salary range, and information on how to apply.


Hurricane Junior Golf Tour is hiring for multiple summer 2023 internship positions, including: course scheduling, digital marketing, tournament operations, hospitality & logistics, sponsorship sales & service, plus more!


North Carolina FC is hiring for two summer internship positions:

Video Analyst

Youth Academy Program Videographer


Edenton Steamers Baseball is now hiring for summer interns. If you are a young professional who is looking to gain valuable hands-on experience with one of the most unique summer collegiate baseball franchises in the county, then the Edenton Steamers are exactly what you are looking for! With our 2023 season quickly approaching, we are eager to fill our front office staff for what is sure to be another excellent season in Edenton!


Tobacco Farm Life Museum is seeking an intern for summer 2023. The internship will focus on a collection inventory project to research, describe, photograph, catalog and creating a virtual exhibit about the museum’s tool collection.


The Greensboro Grasshoppers, the Class A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, are looking to fill a Stadium Operations Trainee position for the 2023 season. We are eager to find an energetic individual who will help in the supervision of the overall operation at First National Bank Field.

Overall Responsibility: The trainee primarily will report to the Director of Stadium Operations and will help in overseeing all aspects of general stadium/game-day operations. The intern will also gain experience in other areas such as tickets, merchandising, sales, and promotions as needed.


Oak View Group – Global Partnerships Internship: Are you looking to make a positive disruption in the sports, live entertainment and hospitality industry? Do you wake up each day thinking of ways to make an impact in your community and enhance the guest experience? Then we want you at OVG! Deadline to apply is January 22. Seeking interns in the following locations:



New York



Coachella Valley


Los Angeles


URGENT DEADLINE: The North Carolina Recreation and Parks Association is hiring an Educational Manager and applications are due January 19th!

The Education Manager assists in developing and managing the Association’s comprehensive education and training offerings. This individual researches NCRPA member needs and develops, promotes and

implements an annual series of conferences, summits, institutes, workshops, classes and webinars in conjunction with other staff, members, volunteers, and partners.

More information: https://www.ncrpa.net/page/hiring

To apply, please provide a current resume along with a cover letter in PDF format expressing your interest in this position to Michelle@NCRPA.net with “NCRPA Education Manager” in the subject line. The deadline to apply is January 19, 2023.


Scientists in Parks: Applications are now being accepted for positions beginning Summer 2023!

The Scientists in Parks program is currently seeking motivated applicants to complete numerous exciting projects in America’s national parks. Search all opportunities here by location, position title, or discipline. The application deadline for Summer 2023 positions is January 22, 2023.


Permanent, full-time position for a Research Social Scientist at the USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station (http://www.nrs.fs.usda.gov). This position will be part of the social science research work unit (NRS-09) ‘People and Their Environments: Social Science and Strategic Foresight Supporting Natural Resource Management and Policy’ (https://www.nrs.fs.usda.gov/units/socialscience). The position will be offered at either the GS-12 or GS-13 level commensurate with experience and include standard Federal benefits. The duty station will be either St. Paul, MN or Evanston, IL. We are seeking a diverse pool of candidates across a variety of disciplines. Click here for outreach notice and the outreach notice period will run through 1/27/23.


Outdoor Recreation Planner Position

There is currently an opening for a GS-11 Outdoor Recreation Planner position in our DC HQ office. The Division of Hydropower Administration and Compliance (DHAC) is looking for someone who is interested in working with hydropower licensees across the US to monitor compliance with recreation requirements of hydropower licenses issued by the agency (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission). The successful applicant will also have the opportunity to work with other resource areas such as aesthetics, T&E species, shoreline management, and cultural/historical. Currently staff are required to work in the office 2 days per week and the agency is exploring the option for more fully remote positions. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to promote to a GS-13 within this position.

For more details see USAJOBS – Job Announcement\

You may also contact Robert Fletcher at 202-502-8901 or robert.fletcher@ferc.gov


The Land and People Lab at Trust for Public Land (TPL) seeks a Director of Evaluation and Learning to be a thought leader and champion for evaluation across the organization. TPL, like other conservation and land protection organizations, has traditionally measured success in terms of acres, dollars, and ribbons cut. As a learning organization, we are committed to building a far more robust evaluation practice. We aim to use rigorous methods to evaluate the extent to which our work delivers the outcomes we most care about: health, equity, climate action, and community. These outcomes imply a diverse range of relevant metrics, from physical activity to social capital, from feeling welcome in parks to economic development, from surface temperature to carbon sequestration, and more. We view this work not only as evaluation of our own projects, but also as research—yielding generalizable knowledge that can help inform and improve practice nationally.

For more details: Director of Learning & Evaluation, Salary: $100-120K, Location: Flexible!


Trust for Public Land is seeking a leader with demonstrated excellence in program management and a passion for creating Community Schoolyard projects. This position reports to the Schoolyard Initiative Director and all locations will be considered. Building on 25 years of experience creating impactful schoolyard programs across the country, the Community Schoolyard Initiative (CSYI) was formalized by TPL’s 2020 Strategic Plan to be a national focus area of the organization. Community Schoolyards create high impact mission delivery at scale. By transforming all schoolyards across the country, we can connect 80 million people to a park within a 10 Minute Walk (10MW) of home, connect 50 million children to nature, improved learning and more active recreation.

For more details: Green Schoolyards Program Manager, Salary: $80-90K, Location: Flexible!


NPS is hiring a Trail Equity Specialist

The Conservation Legacy Stewards Individual Placements (Stewards) provides individuals with service and career opportunities to strengthen communities and preserve our natural resources. Participants work with federal agencies, tribal governments, and nonprofits building institutional capacity, developing community relationships, and supporting ecosystem health. Stewards in partnership with the National Park Service (NPS) are seeking an intern who will assist the NPS Conservation and Outdoor Recreation Division’s Office of Outdoor Recreation in developing a national strategy, tools, and resources for NPS staff to more effectively manage for the use of adaptive devices in parks and to improve communications to visitors about equitable and accessible outdoor recreation opportunities on trails and in parks. Applications received on or before February 3, 2023 will be guaranteed full consideration.

To apply and for additional information: Trail Equity Specialist – United States – Conservation Legacy (silkroad.com)


The Social and Economic Analysis Branch of the United States Geological Survey (USGS) is excited to announce an employment opportunity for a term social scientist in USGS Fort Collins Science Center, Colorado.

Specialized Experience for this position is defined as experience in carrying out social science projects in the context of recreational visitor management and public land planning; knowledge of recreational visitor monitoring techniques used on public lands; conducting targeted literature reviews; preparing summary technical reports of literature; and communicating scientific and technical information via the internet and presentations.

USAJOBS – Job Announcement



The Department of Geography and Anthropology at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Human Geography to begin fall 2023. A PhD degree or its equivalent in Geography or a related field such as Ethnic Studies is required at the time of appointment. The appointment will be full-time (nine-month) with a 2-2 teaching load. The position is a joint hire between the departments of Geography and Anthropology (51%) and African and African American Studies (49%), both in the College of the Humanities and Social Sciences.

We seek applicants who will complement current faculty research and teaching on environmental issues and race as they pertain to the university’s emphasis on coast, energy, and/or agriculture and can contribute to our new and growing Concentration in Environmental Studies and to the newly formed Department of African and African American Studies. The position should be particularly attractive to those doing research on climate justice, environmental racism, Black political ecologies, and similar topics, especially in the Gulf Coast region. Mixed qualitative and quantitative methods are preferred to maximize potential for collaborations with current faculty across the two departments and more broadly.

The full description is posted on the LSU HR website here.


Public Lands Transportation Fellows Applications Now Open

The 2023 Public Lands Transportation Fellows Program provides paid opportunities to advance the transportation workforce by attracting our next generation of public stewards to the field of transportation— through unique opportunities for career development and public service on key visitor transportation issues. Fellows work closely under the coaching and mentoring of staff of Federal Land Management Agencies (FLMAs), such as the National Park Service and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, to facilitate transportation planning or implementation projects for transportation solutions that preserve valuable resources and enhance the visitor experience. Through service at a unit or region/field office, fellows are invited to incite innovative change in our transportation systems and environmental lands management through significant contributions that advance cost-effective sustainability.

There are a total of six positions open for the 2023 PLTF cohort. This includes 3 positions supporting the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and 3 positions supporting the National Park Service. The detailed position descriptions can be downloaded below.

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Crab Orchard National Wildlife Refuge – Marion, IL (download here)

Desert National Wildlife Refuge – Las Vegas, NV (download here)

Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge Complex – Ridgefield, WA (download here)

National Park Service

NPS Transportation Safety Fellow – Lakewood, CO or Bozeman, MT (download here)

NPS Intermountain Region Planning & Visitor Use Fellow – Lakewood, CO (download here)

NPS Midwest Region Climate Fellow – Omaha, NE (download here)


Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is hiring for a Visitor Use Management Assistant. This is a summer position that starts May 1 and ends July 24th. A mandatory Professional Development Workshop will be held in Washington, D.C. from July 31 – August 4, 2023.


The City of Raleigh is hiring a Volunteer Services Speclialist. This position reports to the Resource Development Manager and will assist the Volunteer Services Program with the management of volunteers and volunteer opportunities and the development of community partnerships. The position will promote volunteer opportunities and recruit volunteers to make an impact in City of Raleigh Parks, greenways, programs, facilities, and special events.


Victory Junction Camp is hiring for summer staff! Each summer, Victory Junction recruits a diverse staff of exceptional individuals to form our seasonal summer staff. Take part in the magic of camp as we uphold our Core Values and give unforgettable camp experiences to amazing campers. Counselors and leadership staff needed!


Healthy Places by Design is seeking a motivated, enthusiastic, and experienced person to join our team as Project and Events Coordinator. A fiscally sponsored program of TSNE, Healthy Places by Design advances community-led action and proven, place-based strategies to ensure health and well-being for all. We envision a nation of healthy, equitable communities where everyone reaches their full potential.

The Project and Events Coordinator strengthens Healthy Places by Design’s position as a trusted equity-focused convener, connector, and collaborative learning leader in the healthy communities movement by providing full meeting logistics support for face-to-face convenings (from small meetings to large conferences) and web-based convenings (including interactive videoconferences and webinars). This position also provides overarching support to specific projects and initiatives including managing databases, logistics and communications, and helps to ensure deep organizational impact related to capacity and relationship building, and peer learning and networking.

Please view the job posting for a complete listing of the position description, responsibilities, qualifications, and to apply online.


NC State Athletics is hiring for an Equipment Manager

The Equipment Manager provides support for assigned olympic sports. The Equipment Manager communicates daily with Head Coaches, coaching staff, student athletes, trainers, Athletic Administration, alumni, vendors and NCAA and ACC officials. S/he will advise coaching staff, student athletes and trainers of equipment and services available. This is a full time position.


The NC State ticket office has two Sales & Operations positions that would be perfect for sport management students looking for an internship or even a part time position.

A Ticket Office Assistant’s responsibilities include but are not limited to: providing customer service via phone, mail and walk-up; conducting outbound sales and service calls; processing orders and mailings through Paciolan ticketing software; printing tickets; assisting service and retention efforts; allocating tickets in conjunction with the NC State Student Aid Association; assisting with ticket reconciliations; cash management; data entry; supervising and leading student workforce; and student ticket distribution.



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