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The MSG Company and the NY Knicks Will Visit Monmouth

MSG NY KnicksOn Tuesday, November 13th, the Sports Studies Club will host the Madison Square Garden Company, along with Representatives from the New York Knicks Organization to visit Monmouth University.

The event, which will be held in the second floor of the Student Center in Anacon Hall B from 1-2p.m. will feature a presentation from the advisors of the Madison Square Garden Student Associate Program. There will be a Q/A session following the presentation in which students will be able to ask questions about the great opportunities of the internship program.

This will be a great opportunity for students interested in getting their careers started in the Professional Sports Industry and gaining invaluable work experience for a world class organization.

The Student Associate Pro-gram provides students with very exclusive opportunities to work with the Madison Square Garden Company’s portfolio of renowned venues and world famous sports and entertainment franchises, while at the same time, receiving hands-on internship experience and development opportunities.

The Paid Student Associate positions are available across all of the companies world class Sports and Entertainment businesses, including both roles in their iconic venues (like Madison Square Garden) and in their corporate offices. The program is offered in the fall, spring and summer semesters with positions available in New York City and Westchester County, New York.

There are several departments that offer roles in the Student Associate Program. The Product Groups Departments offers roles in MSG Live, MSG Productions, and MSG Sports. The Centers of Excellence Department offers roles in Marketing, Marketing Partnerships, Marquee Events and Operations, Tickets, Clubs and Premium Hospitality, and Venue Operations. Finally, the Premium Partners Department offers roles in Communications, Finance, Technology, Legal, People Practices, and finally Corporate Development and Strategy.

The Student Associate Pro-gram requires students to be currently enrolled in college and working toward a four year or graduate degree. A letter from your university verifying your enrollment is also demanded by the program. Finally, students are expected to work a minimum of 21 hours per week during the program and having a GPA above 3.2 is preferred.

Students of all majors are invited to attend. It is suggested to bring copies of your resume with you.

The Sports Studies Club is a new club on campus, devoted to connecting students with personnel in the sports industry and to aid in landing members-potential jobs and internships. More events like this will occur throughout the year.

Food and beverages will be provided complimentary of the Sports Studies Club. The Sports Studies Club would like to thank the Departments of Career Services and Student Activities for helping sponsor the event and getting the word out among the Monmouth University Student Body.

Please email the Sports Studies Club President, Max Sobrano, if you have any questions about the event or would like to join the Sports Studies Club. The Club plans on doing many other events similar to this allowing its members the abilities to help gain connections in the Professional Sports Industry.

PHOTO TAKEN by Max Sobrano 

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Jules L. Plangere Jr. Center for Communication
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Monmouth University
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