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Administrative Internship

Are you studying accounting or finance? Business administration? Nonprofit management? Seeking an entry level opportunity to gain real-world experience? Intrigued about working in a youth sports non-profit?

Homegrown Lacrosse is seeking an Administrative Intern with a commitment to a time frame between May 1, 2017 and September 1, 2017. This internship offers a hands-on opportunity to learn about the internal and administrative aspects of a nonprofit organization. The Administrative Intern will work approximately 10 hours per week and will work directly with our Head Program Director.


  • Update website copy for organizational programming and information pages
  • Support the staff in identify strategies to improve efficiencies in the office and during program execution
  • Compose and execute social media messages in various outlets
  • Assist with the management of the registration system and communication database
  • Work on special projects such as fundraising efforts
  • Help prepare the Senior Staff for program meetings
  • Assist the annual report creation and compilation process
  • Engage in the creative process for marketing and promotional campaigns
  • Other tasks as assigned by the Homegrown Senior Staff

How to Apply

To apply, please send a resume, cover letter and any letters of recommendations to Chris White at by Monday, April 13, 2017.

**This is an unpaid internship.  
**The Administrative Intern will, however, receive a Homegrown Lacrosse Apparel stipend and will be allowed to participate in any HGL men’s or women’s summer leagues free of charge.

Employment & Hiring Policy

It is the policy of the Homegrown Lacrosse to be an equal opportunity employer and to hire individuals on the basis of their qualifications and ability to do the position to be filled. Unless otherwise provided in writing, employment with the Homegrown Lacrosse is considered to be at will, so that either party may terminate the relationship at any time and for any lawful reason.

Offers of employment, even those of a temporary or part time nature, are contingent upon completion of background verification with satisfactory results (as outlined by Homegrown Lacrosse's Board of Directors and based on best practices for nonprofits).

Employee Background Checks

All staff are required to have background checks conducted to ensure the safety and well-being of our campers. To see the criteria used by Homegrown Lacrosse to evaluate the results of the background checks, please contact Jordan Herrman via email.