The Boston Red Sox are seeking college graduates and/or recipients of advanced degrees for the second year of the Red Sox Fellowship Program. The focus of the Fellowship Program is to provide an immersion into the day-to-day operations of a sports franchise and gain insight into the world of sports. The program provides a new portal into Fenway Park, creates a new method to increase diversity in professional sports and helps attract talented college graduates into the industry.
Each Fellow will be assigned to a broad area within the organization: Business Affairs, Public Affairs or Baseball Operations. While the Fellows will have numerous responsibilities in their particular area, they will also be assigned an intensive, six-month working project that will be the primary focus of the experience. Each Fellow will present their project findings to the front office at the conclusion of the Fellowship.
The program will also focus on each Fellow's professional development. The Fellowship class will have weekly meetings with senior level executives within the Red Sox organization. Each Fellow will also have an organizational mentor that will assist in the Fellow's transition into the Club while serving as a resource. Additionally, the Fellows will be exposed to programs and resources to build skills and further their understanding of the organization.
Fellows are not guaranteed employment with the Boston Red Sox after the Fellowship concludes. The Boston Red Sox Baseball Club is an equal opportunity employer, and minority and female candidates are encouraged to apply.