Description:  The Boston Red Sox Fellowship Program was created in 2006 to provide recent college graduates (and/or recipients of advanced degrees) the chance for immersion into the day-to-day operation of a sports franchise.  The program provides an alternative method to increasing diversity in professional sports while also helping to attract talented college graduates into the sports industry. This year, the project will provide the Fellow with a unique level of exposure throughout the entire Boston Red Sox organization.  The project will be to research, design, and implement a new hire orientation program that will provide new employees insight into the baseball industry as well as  an introduction to the internal departments of the Boston Red Sox.  The Fellow will gain significant exposure and experience in a professional environment while adding value to the Boston Red Sox organization, and their Human Resources platforms.

*Note:  Fellows are not guaranteed employment with the Boston Red Sox after the Fellowship concludes.

Requirements:  Fellows must have exceptional communication skills and be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.  All applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.  Fellows are expected to work peak operation times throughout their program including some nights, weekends and holidays.

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