Summer Internship Opportunities for 2022

11th Hour Racing, a Newport RI-based organization, is committed to an innovative approach blending sport sponsorship and philanthropic giving to protect the health of our oceans and waters. See below for our 2022 summer internship opportunities.

Sponsorship Intern

We are looking for a mature college student interested in sport management, sport sponsorship, and, ideally, the intersection of sport and sustainability to join our team for Summer 2022. The intern will work with our small in-house sponsorship management team and will get hands-on experience related to delivering and activating sport sponsorships.

The internship is an hourly, paid part-time role in the 11th Hour Racing offices; the final schedule is to be agreed upon between intern and company. The internship can be taken for course credit as well if the student so desires. In addition to the weekly schedule, the intern will need to be available full-time from approximately June 1- July 30 to assist with delivering particular sponsorship events. This position is based in Newport, RI.

The application deadline is Friday, Feb. 18, 2022. All submissions must be through Indeed.com

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Grantmaking and Research Intern

We are looking for a mature college student interested in grantmaking, philanthropy, and, ideally, the intersection of sport and ocean health to join our team for Summer 2022. The intern will work with our small in-house grantmaking team and will get hands-on experience from the funder side of ocean health-related grant work.

The internship is an hourly, paid part-time role in the 11th Hour Racing offices; the final schedule is to be agreed upon between intern and company. The internship can be taken for course credit as well if the student so desires. This position is based in Newport, RI.

The application deadline is Friday, Feb. 18, 2022. All submissions must be through Indeed.com

Click here for more information and to apply

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