The Hockey East Association is seeking qualified and diverse candidates for a graduate internship position that would assist with aspects of communications, marketing, operations, and administration for the Association’s 10 women’s programs and 11 men’s programs.
Duties •Coordinate with our Supervisors of Officials to create videos for officials and coaches using game and practice film. •Assist with coordination of game officials travel, recordkeeping, data entry, general office duties and other duties as assigned. •Operational duties to include planning and preparation for the Hockey East season, league tournaments and 2022 Men’s Frozen Four. •Coordinate league events including meetings, banquets, and conventions. •Assist with marketing initiatives, media and public relations duties and contractual obligations with sponsorship partners.
Bachelor’s Degree in an applicable major
Undergraduate experience working in a college athletics department or conference office
Ice hockey playing experience or familiarity with the game
Operational knowledge of video software
Video editing experience
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and/or Mac operating systems
Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite, specifically InDesign and Photoshop
Self-starter with the ability to manage multiple projects across multiple departments
Detail oriented and organized
Able to travel to games, tournaments, and conventions
Additional Salary Information: Nine-month appointment requiring a flexible work schedule commencing in early September and concluding at the end of May. $1,000 per month stipend.
About Hockey East Association
The Hockey East Association enters its 37th season on the ice in 2020-21 as it has consistently proven as the strongest NCAA Division I college hockey conference from top to bottom, boasting 115 NCAA Tournament berth teams, more than any other conference since Hockey East's inception. More recently, Hockey East led the way at the June 2019 NHL Draft where more of its athletes, current and committed, were chosen than any other conference.
The Hockey East Association Women's League celebrates its 19th season of play in 2020-21. Over the first 18 years, the league has emerged as one of the top women’s ice hockey conferences in the nation, having sent 11 teams to the Frozen Four and 24 teams to the NCAA Tournament. In 2011 and 2013, both Boston College and Boston University advanced to the women’s Frozen Four, and the Terriers moved on to the NCAA championship game on both occasions.