Who We Are The Miracle League of the South Hills creates an environment of acceptance for people with disabilities and their families, with baseball as the root, as we promote meaningful, authentic relationships that connect people on the field as well as in the community. Our league is home to 350+ players, from the ages of 5 to 60 and older! This internship will not only give you hands-on experience with our athletes and the best baseball in Pittsburgh, but also the opportunities to learn and grow as a young professional in the education, sports, non-profit, and event planning industries.
What You Will Gain The Miracle League of the South Hills is a small non-profit, so our interns get to wear many different hats over the course of their internship! You will have the opportunity to assist in the planning of our events and fundraisers, the day-to-day operations of our league and Next Inning program, creating fun content for social media platforms, and of course, working hands-on with our Miracle League athletes!
What You Need to Have We are looking for students who share the characteristics of our President and founder Sean CASEY. C - someone who shows great CHARACTER A - displays a positive ATTITUDE S - are SELFLESS E - brings the ENTHUSIASM Y - has a YOLO mindset
Internship Timelines Fall Semester (Sept-Dec) - Submit Applications by August 16 Spring Semester (Jan-May) - Submit Applications by January 1 Summer Internships (May-August) - Submit Applications by April 1
Commitment Level: A typical internship will be between 120-150 hours. Available for college credit. How to Apply: Send us your resume, a cover letter, and 1 letter of recommendation to firstname.lastname@example.org. *Students must apply themselves
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Spring 2022 Intern
Broc Balta Broc graduated from Elizabeth Forward High School and is currently a senior at Penn State University majoring in Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management - specializing in community recreation. Broc is a huge Pink Floyd fan and loves to play bass in his free time. After graduation he hopes to move to Washington state and work within non-profit operations.
"When seeking an internship, I was looking for an opportunity that would allow me to do more than just meet the college credit requirements. The Miracle League of the South Hills gave me the chance to become part of a community and for that, I am grateful. This internship was fun, educational and versatile. I really value the fact that I was able to share my ideas, put them into motion and then see the final results. As an intern for The Miracle League of South Hills, you have the ability to wear many hats as you get to know the coaches, athletes, junior board and more. The opportunities are endless at Miracle League of the South Hills. If you are looking to put the extraordinary in an ordinary internship, then this is the place for you!" - Erin Kozy, Class of 2017, California University of Pennsylvania, Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Concentration: Deviance.