Students who are interested in a hands-on experience and exposure to the fast-paced sports world, are encouraged to apply for an internship with Blue Sky Sports & Entertainment.


If you are positive, energetic, and a great multi-tasker, we would love to hear from you!  The ideal candidate will have a strong work ethic, excellent communication & organizational skills and a desire to learn the ropes of the Sports Marketing Industry.

Training received during your internship will be for your own benefit and will be under the close supervision of Blue Sky Sports & Entertainment employees.  Said training shall include but not be limited to:

  • Coordination of event logistics 
  • Marketing research
  • Drafting business correspondence
  • Social media development
  • Assistance with administrative tasks

All internships require a minimum of 16 hours per week, except for the winter and summer terms, which requires a minimum of 32 hours per week due to the shortened term. 

A Blue Sky Internship is an unpaid educational experience, and students must earn school credit for their internship.  Interns are not necessarily entitled to a job at the conclusion of the internship and Blue Sky Sports & Entertainment holds out no promise of future employment. 

Internships are available during:

  • Fall Semester:  August – December
  • Winter Term:  December – January
  • Spring Semester:  January – May
  • Summer: May – August


To apply, please email cover letter, resume and availability, including estimated start and end dates, to:

Diane Murphy


  • Miranda O'Donald

    Sport Management, University of Delaware

    My 2018 summer internship with Blue Sky has solidifed my desire for a career in the sports industry!  I received invaluable work experience that i could not have learned in the classroom, from day-to-day athlete marketing activities to collaborating on projects for upcoming events.  The Blue Sky staff was always eager to teach me and give me that push for success.  This amazing internship took me out of my Delaware community and connected me with the poeple involved in the fascinating New England sports world and beyond. 

  • Nate McDonald

    3L, New England Law - Boston

    The importance of internships for resume building is obvious. What gets lost in the world of pre-graduation employment however, is the need for a quality internship that will not only serve as a resume booster, but also help you gain quality insight and hands-on training.

    Blue Sky sets the standard for quality internships by encouraging you to be both independent and team-oriented. During my summer 2018 internship, I was given the opportunity to work on impactful projects for some of the biggest names in New England sports. More important than the Blue Sky name on my resume is the experience I gained, first-hand, across the legal, marketing, event planning, and general business fields.

    I would recommend the Blue Sky internship to anyone looking for a company that expects a high level of participation while rewarding you with valuable training and the ability to work on meaningful projects.

  • Crystal Cascante

    2L, New England Law – Boston

    My 2018 summer legal internship at Blue Sky was the best learning experience I could have asked for.  Every task I was given had relevance to responsibilities I will likely have as I pursue a career in Sports & Entertainment Law.  I got to do contract work on a regular basis for major clients and organizations.  I also learned a lot about the business, marketing, and event planning aspects of the industry while working on projects for the Travis Roy Foundation’s annual wiffle ball tournament and for James White’s “Sweet Feet for Strikes” fundraiser.  The wide variety of assignments that Blue Sky provides its interns also helped me to improve my writing and speaking skills that I can’t necessarily develop in a law school classroom.  I looked forward to being at work every day thanks to the awesome team at Blue Sky!