The Operations Interns assist the United States Golf Association with the operations of the 2018 U.S. Women’s Open Championship, including advance set-up, Championship week responsibilities, and post-Championship breakdown.
The USGA Fan Clubhouse at the U.S. Open is a great way to engage with fans, see the inner workings of one of the greatest competitions in golf, and gain real industry experience.
Interns are needed for the Will Call locations at Shinnecock Hills for the 2018 U.S. Open Championship.
The purpose of the position is to learn and assist with all aspects of the U.S. Open credentialing function including production, cropping photos, verification and shipping.
The intern will travel with one of the USGA regional directors or agronomists to a variety of golf facilities participating in the Course Consulting Service.
The USGA Museum Volunteer Program Intern will assist with the development of a formal volunteer program that will provide long-term support in a variety of areas within the Museum.
The Foundation Content and Storytelling Internship will provide a hands-on opportunity to develop a working knowledge of development and the creation of content and storytelling to support these efforts in a non-profit setting.
The Donor Special Events Internship will provide a hands-on opportunity to develop a working knowledge of development and special event/fundraising efforts in a non-profit setting.
As an intern of the USGA Partnerships team, you will have the opportunity to work with the functional area that is responsible for the successful integration and ongoing service to the USGA’s corporate partnerships.
The IAGA membership represents approximately 130 golf organizations, primarily in North America. Internships are sometimes available and a great way to get started. The United States Golf Association administers the P.J. Boatwright Jr. internship program in cooperation with many regional and state golf associations.