Whitecaps intern positions are rewarding and fun.
The Whitecaps are accepting applications for interns in the 2019 season now.
If you'd like to work hard, for free, at an exciting summer enterprise in the 2019 summer season on Cape Cod email Paige Ferraguto, our VP for Game Day Operations. See descriptions below.
Come on down....
Love baseball? Want a career in Sports Management? Developing skills in Communication, Public Relations, Business, or some other appropriate field? Why not spend the summer at the ball field?
The Whitecaps are still in need of game day interns for the 2019 summer season.
The Brewster Whitecaps are supported by 14 -18 interns every season. Our game operations include setting up the fans' area before every game, so our thousands of fans have a memorable day at the game. We take donations at the gate, sell raffle tickets, hang sponsors' banners, welcome local groups, help sell souvenirs, and all the sideline tasks that enable the community to put a top-flight NCAA team on the field.
Photography is another contribution an intern can make. We have an Official Photographer, but he's a professional who often can't be at games. An intern with a little experience can make a real difference to our on-line content.
It's hard work, and there's no salary. It is baseball, and it's on Cape Cod. A Cape League intern is a great line on your resume and as good a reference as you earn (which is usually very good indeed). If you can earn credit toward your degree, we can work that out, too. So if you have a place to stay in the area*, transportation, and afternoons free (we play at 5PM, not under the lights), send us a resume, and maybe you'll get to spend the Summer of '19 with the Whitecaps.
INTERESTED? Send an email and resume to Paige Ferraguto
The Whitecaps are seeking an intern to act as: Webcast Coordinator
The Webcast Coordinator will assist in coordinating and managing the web casting of a minimum of 22 home games. This number may be greater based on the team’s participation in the CCBL playoffs. The assignment begins in early June and will conclude in early to mid August. All home games use cameras and fiber optic facilities to capture a complete video production that is broadcast via the team’s website and is cablecast over public access channels in Brewster and across the Lower Cape. The Coordinator will work under the direction of an experienced volunteer broadcast professional and will liaise with our broadcast partners and on air talent. Familiarity/experience with live video production software is a definite plus. Post production editing skills that would create content for use on the team’s social media outlets are highly valued. Please contact Chris Kenney if interested in position.
We broadcast our games over the internet and local cable TV, including sideline interviews and post-game stories and interviews on the club's web site. If you one day hope to sit behind a major league microphone, think about a summer in the Cape League to get a great line on your resume. Contact club President Chris Kenney at the link below. All broadcast intern positions are filled for 2019
We have an intern who is our liaison to the Major League scouts who spend the summer on the Cape, looking at players who are likely to be eligible for the following year's draft. This intern will tweet starting pitchers every morning, then be available to scouts as soon as our players show up for (home game) batting practice, usually around 2pm. You'll have scouts-only statistics, and be expected to interact with them on a professional level. To the extent it doesn't conflict with your scouts' responsibilities, you may also assist our General Manager and his staff with game-related duties. And, for the record, it generally doesn't include keeping stats for the club. We have other league-wide resources to do that, and the coaching staff does its own sabremetrics. Interested? Email our GM, Ned Monthie (below). The 2019 MLB scout liaison position is filled.
*We can't emphasize this too strongly - the Cape is a resort area, and housing is expensive. If you have someplace to stay, great. If not, check out the clubs further west on Cape Cod, where affordable housing may be a little easier to find.
The Brewster Intern Story
Being an intern for the Brewster Whitecaps is a lot of hard work, but also a lot of fun.
There’s always a lot to do before the game, from putting up banners, to manning the gates.
All while flying around in golf carts.
During games, there’s the 50-50 raffle where the interns go around the field with the players and sell tickets.
While nobody will ever out-sell the 2014 Whitecaps’ Cody Ponce, future interns will have to try.
Interns also work the raffle table, but there’s always time to watch the game.
After the game, banners are taken down.
Trash is collected.
And once everything is all cleaned up, dinner is served.
While there’s always work to be done, there’s nothing better than spending a summer on the Cape watching baseball and working for the Brewster Whitecaps.
Note: This was written by a real intern.