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Student
Internship
Program

The Bob Feller Act of Valor Award Foundation Internship program has provided more than 100 students an opportunity to work with professionals in sports, business, and the military. Our career focused mentoring program embraces practical skills, workplace experience and greater knowledge in the areas of Sports Management, Marketing and Business 

Bob Feller Act of Valor Internship Opportunity

The Bob Feller Act of Valor Foundation, through the unique intersection of Major League Baseball led by the Cleveland Indians and the Department of the United States Navy which includes the United States Marine Corps, recognizes and honors those who support our service men and women with the Bob Feller Act of Valor Award. The Foundation uses the Bob Feller story to educate the youth of today on the lessons of citizenship, service to one’s country, and sacrifice in times of great national need. The main goal of the foundation is teaching the legacy of the greatest generation to the youngest generation that will help instill in them the virtues of service to others.
 

The Bob Feller Act of Valor Award Foundation Internship program provides an opportunity for students to work with professionals that are part of the Foundation. Unlike most corporate internship programs, our Non-profit Foundation does not limit a students' tenure to a fixed period. Interns will usually be undergraduates but can also include recent graduates and HS students. Our program will provide students practical skills, workplace experience and greater knowledge in the areas of Sports management, Marketing and Business Communications in exchange for the foundation benefiting from extra resources. Our internship program  is voluntary but supports most College and HS  internship program requirements offering college credit hours for participation.

 

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Hunter Dawley
Syracuse University  

“The Bob Feller Act of Valor Foundation has given me great insights into how a nonprofit operates when it comes to public relations, communications, social media, and many other key paths. "

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Kieran Sullivan

James Madison University 

“This program exceeded my expectation as I learned organizational skills and Constant Contact Email Marketing that directly helped me with a school project.”

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Victoria LoMagno

Rutgers University 

"I owe my career choice to the AOV Foundation. The Bob Feller Act of Valor Internship program gave me my first taste of marketing and helped me decide on a Marketing Career! I can't thank the foundation enough for the experience I received" 

The Bob Feller Act of Valor Foundation is currently seeking interns who are looking to be leaders to assist in accomplishing our mission.
 

The intern will be exposed to marketing, communications, public relations, baseball operations, fundraising, and business development. All interns gain a stronger understanding of military study, both past and present, including working with Public Affairs from all branches. Working on committees will help interns develop in all key aspects of how a non-profit foundation operates and will learn practical business skills while working as a team.
 

The Foundation is looking for highly motivated individuals with excellent communication and interpersonal skills desiring to work on the following areas:
 

  • Web Design

  • Social Media Management

  • Media Relations

  • Print and video productio

  • Baseball Relations

  • Industry Promotions

  • Event-planning and on-field Ceremonies

  • Legacy Research on MLB HoF WWII Veterans

  • Community Outreach and Engagemen

  • Campaign Development

  • Budgeting, Projections, and Financial Analysis

  • Fundraising Platform Managemen

  • Scholarship Program Development and Execution

  • Educational Program Development and Video Production

  • Podcast Design and Hostin

  • Charity Event Management

  • Industry Promotions

  • Military Research

  • Military Outreach and Engagement
     

Our interns will have an opportunity to network with MLB and the Navy and Marine Corps and will have the opportunity to be present in a very professional atmosphere. Interns will work under the direction of their respective Committee Chairs and a network of advisors committed to helping their interns realize and work towards their career aspirations.

What our past interns are saying...

“After graduation, I plan to have a Disney Professional Internship or junior-entry level position with ESPN, Disney, Coca-Cola, or a sports entity, preferably with a soccer, football, or baseball team. I am very excited for what the future holds, I just know that without your support and mentoring, I would not be as skilled or confident as I am today. I want to sincerely thank you for giving me the opportunity to work for such an empowering foundation.”

Ana Cannon 

Middle Tennessee State University 

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What to Expect Next
After receipt of your application you will be contacted by email and asked to schedule a 30 minute one on one interview for the purpose of committee assignments.

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