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Baltimore Ravens Internship Program

Baltimore Ravens Internship Program

The Baltimore Ravens provide hard-working, dedicated and exceptional candidates with internship opportunities to experience the work environment of a professional NFL department. Upon completion of the internship, it is our hope that the knowledge learned is one that provides great value and expertise towards future career endeavors in the sports industry.

The following expectations are required of all Baltimore Ravens interns:

  • At least a junior in a 4-year degree seeking program at an accredited college or university (For post-grad internships, must have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in a related field)
  • Ability to work nights, weekends, evenings and holidays
  • Superb organization, passion for sports, strong communication skills and ability to multi-task
  • Punctuality and accountability each day
  • Professional and mature conduct
  • Impeccable trustworthiness
  • Positive, can-do attitude
  • Must enjoy and thrive working in a team environment

The following is a list of internships offered by the Baltimore Ravens. These are general descriptions of the internships that may be offered each year. This is not a list of our current openings.

Each internship varies by department and position requirements vary by internship. Most internship opportunities, along with detailed internship descriptions, are posted on a rolling basis on the employment page starting in January and running through April of each year. We do not have an official summer internship program. Unless otherwise stated, internships are paid an hourly rate and hours worked over 40 in a workweek are paid at time and a half.

Applications are only accepted when positions and/or internships are open. Please refer to the employment page to see which positions are open at this time. Interested candidates must follow the instructions outlined in the posting to apply. Applications received outside of the specified guidelines will not be considered. Unfortunately, we are unable to keep resumes on file for future positions. Most internships are filled by May of each year. No phone calls please. Lastly, if a particular internship is not listed, such as but not limited to legal, finance, scouting or coaching, we do not have an official internship program for that area. For questions not answered on this page, inquiries may be sent to

Be More For All.

The Baltimore Ravens are committed to diversity in all forms. It is our responsibility to continue building an environment that fosters belonging by valuing each other, removing barriers, providing opportunities and amplifying voices. Together, we can be more for all.

The Baltimore Ravens are an equal opportunity employer.


Description: The Broadcasting Intern will possess creativity and drive, utilizing their own production skills as well as learning new skills through hands-on experience. This individual will work 40-50 hours per week in a fast-paced environment and display enthusiasm, professionalism and expert time management skills on a daily basis.

Requirements: BA in Video Production, Film, Television, Electronic Media. Prior experience in broadcasting and/or digital content production required. Experience required with a non-linear editing system (Adobe Premiere preferred), Adobe Photoshop, Adobe After Effects, and the Adobe Creative Suite. Prior camera experience required. Must be able to climb ladders to adjust studio lights and lift field equipment of up to 50 lbs.

Duration/Hours: May-June / 40-50 hours per week

Client Services

Description: The Client Services Intern is responsible for assisting with all day to day activities within the client services department. The Client Services Intern must be highly motivated and eager to assist with all duties related to servicing and executing the contractual details for corporate partners. The candidate must have outstanding relationship and organizational skills and possess strong verbal and written communication skills. A high proficiency in all Microsoft Office programs and Adobe Photoshop is required.

Requirements: Dynamic, out-going, self-motivated individual with experience in customer service and/or working with a sports team or agency. It is critical that the individual have strong organizational skills and be a team player. Bachelor's degree in sports management, business or related area. Organization, analytical skills, customer focus, drive for results, effective communication and passion for sports.

Duration/Hours: March-February / 40+ hours per week

Community Relations

Description: Assists with day to day activities within the communities department including: planning, organizing and execution of training camp, responsible for community group involvement, handle community requests via phone, e-mail, fax and/or mail, compose press releases and feature stories, maintain databases for appearances and donation requests and coordinate player/staff appearances and community events on behalf of the Ravens.

Requirements: Have graduated from a 4-year degree seeking institution by the start of internship or currently enrolled as a senior. Excellent communications skills required. Prior experience in sports management / community relations / customer service is recommended.

Duration/Hours: June-May / 40-50 hours per week

Digital Media

Description: The Digital Media Assistant will support the day-to-day operations of Ravens digital media platforms, including, the Ravens mobile app and Ravens CTV channels by publishing content and information that supports multiple departments throughout the organization.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Digital Media, Web Development, Digital Marketing, Communications, Graphic Design or related field. Highly collaborative. Proficiency in basic CMS platforms, HTML, Microsoft Office and a working knowledge of Photoshop. Other design and Internet-related skills (Illustrator, SEO, etc.) a plus. Must possess a superior attention to detail and a passion for digital technology. This is not a social media, broadcasting, writing or I.T. position.

Duration/Hours: May-May / 40+ hours per week

Guest Experiences

Description: Gameday Ambassadors assist with creating excitement and happiness for our guests and team members through all phases of the gameday experience.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree in hospitality, sports management, communications preferred. Outgoing personality with public speaking experience. Excellent writing, communication skills and attention to detail are a must.

Duration/Hours: Duration of Baltimore Ravens season (training in July/August and all home games)

Marketing Activation & Events

Description: Assists with event activation, promotional fulfillment, fan program management (i.e. Purple, The Flock, etc.) and creating and enhancing fan engagement opportunities. Supports the marketing department from tentpole events (i.e. Training Camp, A Purple Evening, etc.) and RavensWalk to elements in partnership deals including, but not limited to, event set-up and production, promotional development, and budget development/adherence.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree in marketing or related field with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and experience in sport management via minor, clubs, involvement in campus activities or leisure. Microsoft proficiency a must and knowledge of Adobe Photoshop a plus.

Duration/Hours: May-May / 40+ hours per week

Marketing Gameday/Event Staff

Description: The marketing seasonal event interns will assist with the gameday operations of Ravens marketing including (but not limited to) the set-up, management, and breakdown of Ravens Walk, customer service, and fan development. In addition to gameday operations, interns will also be required to work all Ravens events occurring during the season (i.e. Purple Fridays, A Purple Evening, Ravens Family Movie Night, Youth Football, grassroots marketing initiatives, etc.).

Requirements: Must currently be enrolled in a 4 year degree seeking institution studying sport management, business, communications, marketing, or a related field. Prior experience in Sport Management or Events is highly recommended, but not required.

Time Frame: Duration of the Baltimore Ravens season (while some events occur in June/July, the majority of the Internship will take place in August and end after the last Ravens home game).

Marketing Training Camp Summer Internship

Description: Assists with daily marketing operations of Ravens Training Camp including, but not limited to, customer service and fan experience activations, sponsorship execution, hospitality management, community relations assistance, and overall event operation execution. Be prepared to work long hours outside during the summer months. Physical activity will be involved. Must be able to work well in a group setting.

Requirements: Have completed at least your Sophomore year or higher at a four-year university and maintained a minimum of a 3.0 grade point average. Prior experience in the Sport Management or Event Management field is recommended, but not required. Must have reliable transportation to and from Training Camp practices in Owings Mills, Maryland.

Duration/Hours: July-August / 40+ hours per week

Marketing & Football Outreach

Description: Assists with the youth football program, RISE from team registration, youth and high school football events, donation fulfillment, Team Mom of the Year, Highschool Football Showdown, etc. Including support to the marketing department from RavensWalk to tentpole events (i.e. Training Camp, A Purple Evening, Draft, etc.) including, but not limited to, assisting overseeing marketing gameday/event staff and event set-up and production.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree in marketing or related field with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and experience in sport management via minor, clubs, involvement in campus activities or leisure. Microsoft proficiency a must

Duration/Hours: March-March / 40+ hours per week

Public Relations

Description: Assists with day-to-day operations of department, including: general PR staff support, daily news clips execution, interview facilitation, statistical research, website assistance, compose press releases and stories related to team, serve as media conduits and provide administrative duties such as answering phones and mail.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree in public relations, journalism or related field. Prior experience in sports communication, including internships with PR, sports info or journalism. Superior written and verbal communication skills, in-depth knowledge of professional football and sports media. 

Duration/Hours: Season (August-January) / 65+ hours per week

Retail Operations

Description: Retail Interns assist in the execution of all retail event operations. Sales positions sell merchandise during training camp and/or home games. Moderate to heavy lifting required.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Retail Marketing, Operations or related field. Microsoft proficiency a must.

Duration/Hours: Vary based on position / April-Feb 30+ hours per week for seasonal internships

Sports Occupational Advancement Rotation (SOAR)

Description: Committed to the inclusion and development of minorities to help grow the game of football, the Diversity Sports Occupational Advancement Rotation (SOAR) is a summer DEI-focused program created to give those from diverse backgrounds an opportunity to see, first-hand, the many careers that exist in sports. The summer rotation program interns will gain experience, skills and knowledge in one of these occupation tracks: Stadium Experience, Sales, Media, Communications, Facility Operations. This internship opportunity is offered to people who have completed at least 1 year of college who have a strong interest in the business side of sports.

Stadium Operations

Description: Assist with day to day operations of department including: game day management, special event management/attendance, guest services, quality control for housekeeping, quality control of maintenance and suites, and snow removal crews.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree in management/stadium management or related field. Microsoft proficiency a must. Requires the ability to lift up to 50+ lbs and strenuous activity.

Duration/Hours: May-March / 40+ hours per week

Ticket Operations

Description: Assist with day to day operations of department including: phone coverage, customer service, phone solicitation, filing, mailing of ticket related materials, order & payment processing, ticket distribution, account maintenance, general assistance and event assistance.

Requirements: Have at least completed junior year or higher at a 4-year degree seeking university and maintained a minimum 3.0 GPA. Experience in sport management via minor, clubs, involvement in campus activities or leisure.

Duration/Hours: Varying, summer and full year (May-May) / Minimum of 30 hours per week, Up to 40+ per week
The selection process begins each year around January 1st and is completed by the end of April.


Description: Assist with day to day operations of department during Training Camp: including prepping training rooms, stocking supplies, providing water to players during practice, and serve in the capacity of a first aid provider.

Requirements: Have at least completed junior year or higher at a 4-year degree seeking university and maintained a minimum 3.0 GPA in sports medicine or physical therapy. Experience with athletes a must. Resumes are generally accepted each December through February. During that time, if interested in a position, please send a resume to 1 Winning Drive Owings Mills, MD 21117 Attn: Training and Medical Internship. No phone calls please. Resumes accepted outside of December through February may not receive a response.

Duration/Hours: Training Camp (July-August) / 60+ hours per week