Full & part-time jobs, internships, academic opportunities, and more inside
Full & part-time jobs, internships, academic opportunities, and more inside
Welcome to the PRT Jobs & Academic Opportunities Newsletter
͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ ͏‌ 
NC State University

Parks, Recreation, Tourism, & Sport Management Jobs and Academic Opportunities Newsletter

Full and part-time jobs, internships, academic opportunities, and volunteer events inside

Ropes Course Instructor

The PRTM Spring 2023 Career and Internship Fair is Thursday, Feburary 23rd

Come to the PRT Department’s Spring 2023 Career and Internship Fair on Thursday, February 23rd, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM at the Talley Student Union! The Fair provides students the opportunity to connect with employers for available internships, part-time and full-time employment opportunities. Over 40 employers will be attending (click here to see the list). This event is FREE for students, so don’t miss it! Join us in this unique opportunity to connect students with recruiting employers. Register to attend as a student by clicking this link.

EDUCATIONAL Opportunities

Would you like to learn more about the Parks, Recreation, Tourism, and Sport Management Online Master’s Degree right here at NC State University? Join us on March 1st at 7 pm via Zoom for a Virtual Information Session to learn all about our degree program, our classes, how to apply, and more! Your questions will be answered and we will have current students joining us to tell you about their experiences. Make sure to RSVP to receive the link! RSVP here: https://forms.gle/9FJyhLUVAPGPRPFY7


The PRT Sport Management Faculty is pleased to announce the official launch of the Sport in Society Research seminars. All faculty and students interested in topics related to sport in society are invited to attend. Three sessions are planned for the Spring semester starting in February. Meetings will be held on the fourth Friday from 11:00-12:00 in the Conger Room.

Dates are:

Friday, February 24 (11:00-12:30) – Research Speed Talks – This will be a great opportunity for faculty and students to share their current research.

Friday, March 24 (11:00-12:30) – TBD Research Presentation – We will have an invited research talk/presentation (or potentially more than one). Details forthcoming.

Friday, April 28 (11:00-12:30) – Research Planning Session – Attendees will brainstorm ideas for potential collaborative research projects to be conducted in the next academic year.

If you have any questions and/or would like to be added to a calendar invite, please email Dr. Micahel Edwards: mbedwards@ncsu.edu.


The Career Development Center is pleased to offer students an opportunity to participate in our Externship Program this spring. We will be visiting Sport Media Technology (SMT) on Thursday, March 2nd! The Externship Program is a one day experience for students to visit a work environment and network with professionals hiring NC State students for internships, co-ops, and full-time positions. The activities for the day include facility tours, panel discussions, and meetings with organizational leaders. More information about our externship opportunities and student sign-up registrations can be found on our website: https://careers.dasa.ncsu.edu/gain-experience/externship-program/


NC SHAPE Sports Management Association presents the Annual Virtual Sport Industry Symposium, featuring: six sessions with sport industry professionals March 1st & 2nd, 9:00-11:50 am with Student Ignite Competition on March 1st at 12 pm. For more information, email: jonesk@queens.edu


The Wilderness Risk Management Conference, which is put on in partnership with NOLS, Outward Bound, and the SCA, has a call for proposals for conference sessions. The conference will take place October 18-20 in Portland, Oregon. Proposals are due by March 3.

Link for more information on submission guidelines.: https://www.nols.edu/media/filer_public/a9/a2/a9a2d171-dbdf-4707-b37e-8c28a93d8ec9/2023_call_for_proposals_speaker_information.pdf

ACADEMIC Positions

Thompson Rivers University invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor in the Tourism Management Department. This is a tripartite tenure-track position based in the Kamloops campus that involves teaching, research, and service with a preferred starting date of August 1, 2023. See position details here.


Assistant Professor in Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Wanted at CSU. The Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, seeks a dynamic and innovative scholar who will contribute to the ongoing development and administration of the Department’s research, teaching, and outreach programs. See position details and how to apply here.


Assistant Professor of Community Development and Health Ecology: The Departments of Anthropology and Geography at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain seek candidates with a Ph.D. in Anthropology, or Geography, or related field for a full time, tenure-track position in Community Development and Health Ecology, with expertise in health disparities affecting African-descendant communities. The scholar should possess both a strong theoretical and applied grounding in ethnography, culture, and/or cultural geography. The ideal candidate combines theoretical expertise in community development and health ecology to examine the influence of behavioral, social, and structural factors related to social inequality and health disparities. Please contact Dr. Brian J. Sommers, with any questions! sommersb@ccsu.edu


Tenure Track Position in Recreation at Northwest Missouri State University. Assistant/Associate Professor of Recreation needed in the School of Health Science & Wellness, which will report to the Director of the School of Health Science & Wellness. This tenure-track faculty position directly supports Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Recreation through course instruction, student advisement, and collaborative curriculum management. Potential teaching assignments include courses related to foundations of recreation, leadership, programming, administration, outdoor recreation, and facility design and operations. TO APPLY: Please fill out a Northwest application online: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/nwmissouri/default.cfm

If you have any questions about this position, feel free to reach out to our School Director Dr. Terry Long at tlong@nwmissouri.edu. APPLICATION DEADLINE: Feb 20th, 2023


Hunter College, CUNY – Department of Geography and Environmental Science is excited to announce that this spring we are hiring for three permanent faculty positions effective Fall 2023. The timing is very tight, we will begin to review the applications soon and proceed until the positions are filled. The positions include:

  1. Doctoral lecturer in Earth Science (review begins 2/24/23)
  2. Assistant or Associate Professor in Human Geography (Geographies of Race) (review begins 3/3/23)
  3. Open rank Professor in Earth Environmental Data Science (review begins 3/3/23)

Do not hesitate to write with any questions to our respective search chairs Profs. Frank Buonaiuto (fbuonaiu@hunter.cuny.edu), William Solecki (wsolecki@hunter.cuny.edu), and Haydee Salmun (hsalmun@hunter.cuny.edu). You can access job descriptions from our website http://www.geo.hunter.cuny.edu/


TT Assistant Professor of Geography, Towson University: The College of Liberal Arts invites applications for a tenure track, 9-month Assistant Professor position in the Department of Geography and Environmental Planning beginning August 2023. Successful applicants will be expected to teach courses such as introductory physical geography, environmental impact analysis, and environmental hazards, as well as develop new courses on urban sustainability and adaptation. The successful applicant will also be expected to contribute to a proposed new interdisciplinary PhD program in Environmental, Social, and Homeland Security based in the College of Liberal Arts. Opportunities exist for contributing to other academic programs such as Environmental Science and Studies, Metropolitan Studies, Sociology, and Anthropology. Interested applicants should submit a letter of application that addresses the posting details and qualifications. Please submit all materials in one file to https://taleo.towson.net/careersection/fac_ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=20000UC


The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Vermont is looking to fill a tenure track assistant professor position in Parks, Recreation, and Tourism. We seek a colleague who has expertise in outdoor education, environmental interpretation, public communication, or other aspects of social behavior and resource management in parks, outdoor recreation, and tourism. The position is part of an RSENR cluster hire focused on sustainability and climate adaptation, and individuals whose scholarship focuses on the interactions of climate change, parks, outdoor recreation and tourism, outdoor education or communication are especially encouraged to apply. More details are available on our website UVM Jobs: https://www.uvmjobs.com/session/new by searching the position number: F2540PO. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to our search committee chair, Pat Stokowski, at Patricia.Stokowski@uvm.edu.


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. As New Hampshire’s flagship R1 institution, UNH actively creates an educational environment that fosters diversity, inclusion, and quality engagement for all. This position adheres to a nine-month, academic year contract. 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

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).


Postdoc-to-Faculty position in Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of South Carolina

The Department of Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of South Carolina is hiring a postdoctoral fellow to begin in August 2023. We invite applications from outstanding scholars in Black Feminist/Womanist Studies who conduct research at the intersections of gender, race, class, and sexuality. The candidate will have completed a PhD in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies or a relevant academic discipline by the time of appointment, no more than four years past the PhD. This hire is part of a university-wide initiative that is designed to attract, support, and retain scholars from groups historically underrepresented in their departments or fields. The program seeks to recruit early-career scholars who, if successful during the post-doctoral period, may have the opportunity to transition to tenure track faculty at USC starting in the 2025-2026 academic year.

The deadline to submit applications is March 20, 2023. Additional details are available at the link: https://uscjobs.sc.edu/postings/139852


The School of Marketing at the University of Southern Mississippi is seeking candidates to apply for the Visiting Assistant Teaching Professor of Hospitality & Tourism Management beginning August 2023. The position is for the Hattiesburg campus. Candidates with extensive knowledge and experience in hospitality and tourism are encouraged to apply. The priority deadline for applications is March 1st, 2023.

Position details and the application portal can be accessed via the following link:



The Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies (RLS) in the Faculty of Health at the University of Waterloo invites applications from exceptional scholars for one tenure track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in Leisure Studies with a youth focus. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2023 or as soon as practicable thereafter. Youth-focused teaching and/or research may include positive youth development, childhood and youth studies, youth engagement and community building, sport/events and youth, youth programming and evaluation, youth activism, digital leisure and youth, youth and consumer culture, youth and well-being, or other related topics.

The successful candidate must have a completed Doctorate in Recreation and Leisure Studies or a related field by the time of the appointment. Evidence of an actively developing research program is required. Applications received by March 10, 2023, will be given full consideration. However, applications will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled. If you have any questions regarding the position, the application process, assessment process, or eligibility, please contact Dr. Troy Glover, Chair, Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, troy.glover@uwaterloo.ca


University of Arkansas Position Announcement: Teaching Assistant Professor of Recreation and Sport Management in the Department of Health, Human Performance & Recreation. This is a 9-month, full-time non-tenure track position with the possibility of summer teaching for summer pay (i.e., extra pay). The Teaching Assistant Professor of Recreation and Sport Management will teach undergraduate and graduate courses (typical load is four 3-credit hours each semester); mentor undergraduate and graduate students as needed; serve on master thesis and dissertation committees, and provide service to the department, college, university, community, and profession. Regular, reliable, and non-disruptive attendance is an essential job duty, as is the ability to create and maintain collegial, harmonious working relationships with others.

Recruitment Contact Information: Dr. Craig Schmitt, Assistant Professor, cs098@uark.edu

All application materials must be uploaded to the University of Arkansas System Career Site https://uasys.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/UASYS


Additional Academic Jobs with Deadlines Ending Soon:

  • University of Virginia’s College at Wise – Hospitality and Tourism Management – Assistant Professor
  • March 1: University of North Texas – Hospitality Management (/Tourism/Event) – Assistant Professor
  • March 1: University of Southern Mississippi – Hospitality & Tourism Management – Visiting Assistant Teaching Professor
  • March 3: Director of the Professional Golf Management (PGM) Program, University of Maryland Eastern Shore

For detailed information about all announcements, please visit https://globalhospitalityeducators.com/

INTERNSHIP Opportunities

The Wake Forest Demon Deacons Athletics Department have upcoming internships for the spring, summer, and 11-month opportunities that are available for aspiring sports professionals. Hands-on experience is available within the following External Operations departments: Athletics Communications, Athletics Development, and Fan Experience & Marketing. If you have students that may be interested in one of these opportunities, please have them send their resumes to Milita Godette at godettem@wfu.edu.


The Georgia State Games & USA Boccia is one of the largest Amateur Olympic-Style Sports Festivals in the country and the National Governing Organization for the Sport of Boccia. We rely on top-quality interns to plan & develop many of our sporting Events Projects and Programs. Specifically we are seeking the following:

1) On-site Interns: Fort Wayne, Indiana

2) On-Site Interns: Atlanta, Georgia

3) Remote Interns

To Apply: Submit the following: ONLY SERIOUS Applicants should apply:



Clemson University’s Youth Learning Institute, 4-H Camp is recruiting students for summer positions at 4-H Camp.

4-H Summer Camp takes place at Camp Bob Cooper in Summerton, South Carolina on Lake Marion. Staff will report to camp in mid-May and work until early August. Counselors will be working with youth ranging in age from 8-14. 4-H Activities include:

  • Swimming, canoeing, tubing and fishing
  • Paintball, archery, ropes course and climbing tower
  • Nature hikes and team sports
  • Arts, crafts, dance and talent show
  • Nightly skits and games

These staff positions can count toward internships and are paid. We provide all training and certifications for staff. To apply, students will need to send their resume to ceharpe@clemson.edu. Feel free to reach out with any questions.


Duke University is currently searching for a Summer 2023 Internship position, helping with camps and special events. Tentative Internship Dates: May 8, 2023 – August 4, 2023. If interested, please email Alli Slater, Director of Game Operations and Championships, Duke University Athletics: alli.slater@duke.edu


The Southern Pines Parks & Recreation Department is looking for both Athletic Interns and Parks and Rec Interns. Southern Pines has designed a 12-week internship program that provides students with a well-rounded experience which introduces the intern to all aspects of a diverse and comprehensive Parks & Recreation program. This provides the students with an opportunity to put what they have learned to work. It is a “hands-on” experience that reflects what park and recreation professionals do on the job to ensure the necessary and enhanced services to the community.

Assignments are based on the intern’s strengths, growth areas and interests. It is the intention of the intern’s supervisor to suggest events that will broaden the learning experience of the Intern. Areas assigned may include but not limited to:

  • Administration
  • Athletics
  • Senior Programming
  • Facilities/Maintenance
  • Youth Camps
  • Youth & Adult Programs
  • Special Events

Contact Megan Threatt: MThreatt@southernpines.net for more information and how to apply.


The JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University is hiring for three different internships this summer – Horticulture (mostly working with the plants and in the garden), Education (working with the children’s programs, camps, in garden experiences and also adult education programs) and Communication and Marketing (help with social media, newsletters, and other work with our membership).

For details and how to apply, please email: Elizabeth Overcash, Children’s Program Coordinator, JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University: elizabeth_overcash@ncsu.edu



The Big South Conference is looking for an Administrative Intern. The Administrative Intern will be provided with an opportunity to contribute to a number of different departments operating within an NCAA Division-I Athletic Conference. This will create a unique internship experience that allows the intern to gain a comprehensive level of experience across several departments, identify areas of professional interest for post-internship pursuits, and strengthen their resumes through diverse experiences. Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Stephen Dolan, Assistant Commissioner at stephend@bigsouth.org.


Lighthouse Resort Services has multiple internship opportunities available for Summer 2023, including: Surf Shack Manager and Northern Outer Banks Brewing Company interns. Once training and orientation is complete, intern managers will literally run The Surf Shack and be able to manage the brewery. This internship carries a lot of responsibility. We have high expectations and will be looking for mature leaders with integrity who will need to be able to supervise others and be self motivators. Interested? Email Resume to: manager@lighthouseresortservices.com


US Kids Golf Academy is looking for a Summer Golf Coach Intern. The position of Coach is a part-time role during the summer months in Southern Pines, NC. For those who need more time as part of their PGM internship credits, please specify so when applying for the role. The position requires an experienced youth golf coach who is energetic and has a personal desire to help U.S. Kids Golf in its Mission, “To help kids have fun learning the lifelong game of golf and to encourage family interaction that builds lasting memories.” For any questions regarding the position, please contact John Wainwright at jwainwright@longleafgfc.com


Montana Conservation Corps is hiring for both an Intern and a Fellowship:

Conservation Fellow
Term Dates: 5/17/23 – 10/6/23
Living Stipend: $750 bi-weekly before taxes
AmeriCorps Education Award: $2,474.27 upon successful completion of the program
Health Insurance: Provided at no cost
Member Assistance Program: Free 24/7 access to confidential mental health counseling, medical advocacy, financial assistance, life coaching and more

Applications accepted on a rolling basis; early applications are welcomed! APPLY NOW – Conservation Fellow

Conservation Intern
Term Dates: 5/17/23 – 8/16/23
Location: Varies based on host site placement
Living Allowance: $650 bi-weekly
AmeriCorps Education Award: $1,718.25 upon successful completion of the program.
Member Assistance Program: Free 24/7 access to confidential mental health counseling, medical advocacy, financial assistance, life coaching and more.

Applications accepted on a rolling basis; early applications are welcomed! APPLY NOW – Conservation Intern


Schoolhouse of Wonder Internship: Are you looking for an internship that is definitely not the norm? Ready to get out of the classroom and into our outdoor version of one? Want to get college credit while spending time in the woods?

We offer internships for high school and college-aged students that will challenge you to grow both personally and professionally. Whether you are studying biology, early childhood education, or X, Y or Z — we can provide you with a real-life learning lab.

If you’re interested in the Schoolhouse of Wonder internship program, please email us at schoolhouse@schoolhouseofwonder.org.


Professional Summer Internships Available at the University of Madison-Wisconsin Recreation and Wellbeing

Join one of the fastest growing, future-thinking, creatively inclined professional teams in the country. We are committed to offering you the opportunity to exchange ideas, share experiences, and achieve personal fulfillment, all while bolstering your professional portfolio.

Our interns are fully integrated into our full-time staff. While responsibilities vary by position and year, all individuals are valued, treated as professional staff, and will develop an in-depth perspective of our organization and operations.


Operations Internship (Duke University) – Rhino Sports and Entertainment Services (Chapel Hill · NC)

This is an hourly paid opportunity. Your responsibilities will include assisting us with the growth of the overall company in addition to your primary duties of assisting in the day to day office duties. These duties include but are not limited to: recruiting, hiring, training, and managing the part-time employees; the successful management of those employees at all events including football and basketball as well as other campus events, special events, concerts and NASCAR Racing; and finally promoting the positive work atmosphere and customer service experience we believe in. Apply now!

VOLUNTEER Opportunities

Looking for more volunteer opportunities? Check out the new Service and Leadership Club (SLC) that some of our outstanding PRTM students have started in the department!

The club is open to any student in any major in PRTM. There is no fee to join and no minimum GPA requirement. We just want students who have an interest in working on service projects, taking on roles of leadership, and finding ways to support other students in PRTM.

Current projects include:

  • A food drive for the Feed the Pack Food Pantry
  • Small events and/or informal social gatherings designed to promote student wellness
  • Volunteering efforts at local schools
  • Supporting ZeroWaste Wolfpack and other on-campus sustainability efforts

For information about how to join, please email Dr. Keith Howard: kphoward@ncsu.edu


Find Your Dream Job with Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources!

The Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources department encompasses everything from Youth and Teen Programs to Natural Resources to Athletics to Community Centers and more. Our department has open, full time and part time positions that uniquely cater to nearly every interest and field of study. Speak to leaders from every division to learn more about what positions are available, submit interest forms on-site that go directly to our department’s top hiring managers, enjoy free food, and games!

Thursday March 9th

4:30p-7:30p (floating)

Pre-Registration Requested (not required) Register Here

Marsh Creek Community Center 3050 New Hope Rd, Raleigh, NC 27604

Want to win tickets to Dreamville Festival?

Those who submit an employment interest form and visit with at least 3 tables will be entered to win TWO TICKETS to Dix Park’s acclaimed DREAMVILLE FESTIVAL! Must be present to enter the raffle.


Would you like to oversee one of the largest youth athletic programs in Eastern Wake County? If this great opportunity interests you, we invite you to apply to become the Town of Rolesville’s next Athletics Program Coordinator. Team Rolesville is looking for a dynamic team-builder with extensive knowledge in athletic programming, facility management, and administration. Our new team member will supervise a diverse, energetic group of part-time staff and volunteers while exhibiting an eye for detail and a passion for customer engagement in one of the fastest-growing communities in the state. See Position details here.


Counselor-Before School-Part Time – Multiple Sites – Taylor Family YMCA, Cary

After School Counselor- Multiple Sites – Part Time –Taylor Family YMCA, Cary

Under the supervision of the Youth Site Director, the Youth Counselor is responsible for leading, developing, and building relationships with the youth participants in the program. They are responsible for managing these functions in accordance with the stated mission, goals, and policies established by the administrative staff, governing committees, and Board of Directors of the YMCA.

For job details and information on how to apply, please see: https://secure6.saashr.com/ta/6013994.careers?CareersSearch=


Clemson University’s Youth Learning Institute Camp Long Summer Camp is hiring!

Title: Summer Camp Recreation Specialist

Work Dates: May 14 – August 9, 2023

Location: Camp Long, Aiken, SC

Description: Camp Long provides an opportunity to experience new and exciting activities; including climbing wall, archery, canoeing, and many others offered in a safe, supervised environment where campers can explore new areas of interest with encouragement from trained counselors and staff.

Counselors facilitate campers in areas of summer camp programming including archery, high adventure, team course, and waterfront. The camp is run out of Camp Long in Aiken, SC. We are involved in all of the following types of camps: 4-H, rental group camps, and traditional programs. We are looking for people who would be willing to be trained as ropes course facilitators and/or lifeguards (all trainings will be provided by us).

Salary: $475-$525 per week plus lodging, meals during camp and a sickness/accidental insurance plan.

Application deadline: March 1, 2023.

Contact: If you are interested in the position, please send your resume and three references to Cody Greene at cgreene@clemson.edu.


Camp Waldo, a summer camp nestled on the Big Bend of the Greenbrier River in West Virginia, is looking to hire college age folks within the region as our summer camp staff. Camp Waldo is a part of a larger environmental advocacy organization that focuses on supporting our environment. Our campers get to be exposed to things such as, environmental education, backpacking, paddling, arts, crafts, theater, as well as more traditional summer camp activities.

This summer we are willing to work with our staff to support them in receiving internship credit and/or service hours, if applicable/needed. As we know, many of your students will inquire about payment and we do just that. For a month of work our staff receive $1,500, three square meals a day, housing, and the summer of a lifetime.

Interested students can apply at the application linked here and find more information at www.campwaldo.org.


Outdoor Recreation Planner needed: Capitol Reef National Park seeks a skilled planner and facilitator to lead visitor use planning over the next few years. In the heart of Utah’s red rock country, the park is becoming increasingly popular with visitors seeking canyoneering, historic orchards, night sky viewing, desert solitude, and remote wilderness experiences. The successful candidate will work with a team of professionals to balance access and opportunities while protecting a very special place. For details and how to apply, see this link: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/706362600


City of Durham Lake Attended Needed. Position assists with the daily operation of the two City lakes by assisting customers, maintaining boats and park grounds, and supervising activities in parks and on waterways. Responsibilities include opening and closing facilities, providing boats and permits, collecting payments, keeping records, promoting safety standards, and general oversight of facilities. Work involves considerable public contact as a staff member on site, occasionally working alone.


The Summit Bechtel Reserve is looking for some excellent seasonal staff to support summer programming and year-round operations at our 10,000 acre facility in Wild & Wonderful West Virginia. We employ 250+ staff each year to serve in a variety of positions ranging from experiential education and adventure activity operators to administrative staff and hospitality specialists.

The Summit serves thousands of youth in our summer programs along with thousands of guests throughout the year. Due to the unique nature of the Summit, we’re looking for committed and passionate staff to help carry out our mission: change lives and create lifelong memories.


Jockey’s Ridge State Park in Nags Head, NC is hiring for a Park Technician. This Park Technician position focuses primarily on natural resource management, including plant species identification, invasive species identification and removal, boundary work, species inventories, and other resource-based management projects. Additional tasks include assisting staff with daily general park operational needs and routines. Please send your completed PD-107 application to Ranger Justin Barnes at justin.barnes@ncparks.gov, with the job description #60095724.


Schoolhouse of Wonder is hiring for year-round and 9 month lead counselor positions.

Join an award-winning nonprofit that helps create kind, confident, and curious kids through nature-based outdoor adventures. Schoolhouse of Wonder is looking for experienced and dedicated staff who are passionate about their work, who are committed to Schoolhouse’s mission and values, and who value diversity, equity, and inclusion. The work of a Lead Counselor will be performed at our Durham, Orange, and Wake County locations. Travel to off-site locations is occasionally required. Click here for more information.


The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) at Cornell is seeking a Great Lakes Tourism Development Specialist, Extension Associate. We are looking for an individual who excels at building relationships with multiple stakeholders, such as the marine trades industry, tourism advisory councils, and water-dependent businesses. We need someone who is self-motivated and has strong customer service skills with a focus on excellence. What You Will Do: Serve as a primary resource for Great Lakes coastal recreation and tourism organizations, businesses, and local, county and state agencies on the intersections of tourism, recreation, business development, economics, and environment; Provide extension programming related to the economic and social impacts, business development, and environmental management/policy issues associated with Great Lakes coastal recreation and tourism.

This position is full-time and will be located in Oswego or Newark, New York. There is the opportunity to work remotely within New York State two days a week; an on-site presence in Oswego or Newark is required three days a week. This is a three-year appointment with possible extension depending on funding and performance.

Please apply via Academic Jobs Online (https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/23750).


Game Day Operations Staff – North Carolina Courage and North Carolina FC (Cary · NC)

North Carolina FC and NC Courage are looking for game day operations team members of all ages to fill a wide variety of positions at WakeMed Soccer Park for the 2023 season. Our goal is to provide affordable family entertainment and excellent customer service to every guest who walks through our gates. Do you have what it takes to help create the best fan experience in soccer?

Details here: https://www.teamworkonline.com/soccer-jobs/nwslsoccer/north-carolina-courage-/game-day-operations-staff-2029223


NC FOOTBALL CLUB BRAND AMBASSADORS: Are you a college student wanting to work in the sports industry? Do you love soccer? Are you active around campus and know of all the best spots on campus? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the questions, then you’re just the person we’re looking for! USL team North Carolina FC (NCFC) and NC Courage of the NWSL are seeking current local college students to serve as brand ambassadors on campus and at marketing events around the community. NCFC College Ambassadors will be responsible for driving and shaping the NCFC and NC Courage image on campus by promoting upcoming games, events, and special offers to the student population. The goal of a NCFC brand ambassador is to excite students in fun and unique ways while increasing ticket sales on a collegiate level. Apply now to be a part of the 2023 class of NCFC College Ambassadors and jumpstart your career in sports!


Mental Health ParaProfessional In Sport Clubs In Upstate South Carolina:

This person will be embedded within the sport club programs around the upstate as a part-time professional, acting as a regular community resource and point of contact for the mental health programs or services being needed and offered. This individual should exhibit an element of formalized training in mental health, social services or a related field or degree and demonstrate an understanding of the connection within sport environments. In addition, this position will support: pre-training data collection, the development of informational materials, organizing and instructing MHFA/USC-MHS training, organizing NAMI ETS training, organizing supplemental bimonthly training sessions, referral services, supporting sport community engagement through social media posts, assist in securing sustainability funding and developing sustainability plans, support the development of the Upstate Mental Health and Sport Coalition, project evaluation, and dissemination of project evaluation results and other duties as assigned.

See details and how to apply here.



North Carolina FC (NCFC) Youth is looking for energetic individuals with a passion for working with young children. Our Kickstarters Program is an introductory Recreation program for players, ages 2.5 -4 years old held in the fall (Sept-Oct) and spring (March-April). These little kickers learn age appropriate activities to develop a love for the game.

Kickstarters coaches are part Entertainer – Part Educator, helping these little kickers learn to develop a love for the ball through fun, age appropriate activities. Coaches are paid $25-35 per session/hr with multiple sessions available on Saturday mornings. If you are available Saturday mornings and want to get your weekend started off right with lots of fun and frolics then please get in touch with Kickstarters@NCFCYouth.com or click here to apply.

Don’t forget to register for the PRTM Spring 2023 Career and Internship Fair happening Thursday, February 23rd arrow
Subscribe to our email list.