KENILWORTH, N.J. – The New Jersey State Golf Association has opened applications for three 2023 P.J. Boatwright Internship opportunities. The internships, which are paid, are focused on Communications, Tournaments and Operations and will run for either three or six months, depending on the candidates availability.
Successful candidates will have an opportunity to gain valuable experience in golf administration and will be provided NJSGA apparel.
Established in 1991, the internship program is designed to give experience to young women and men interested in pursuing a lifetime of work in golf administration.
Learn more about each internship below. Applications close on February 1, 2023.
2023 New Jersey State Golf Association P.J. Boatwright Communications Internship (3/6 Months)
2023 New Jersey State Golf Association P.J. Boatwright Tournaments Internship (3/6 Months)
2023 New Jersey State Golf Association P.J. Boatwright Operations Internship (3/6 Months)
About the New Jersey State Golf Association
Founded in 1900, the New Jersey State Golf Association promotes and preserves the traditions of the game of golf in the State of New Jersey. Today, more than 250 member clubs, courses, and organizations represent nearly 65,000 members of the NJSGA. Most importantly, due to the variety and quality of services provided to its member clubs, courses, and golfers, the Association continues to grow. The NJSGA is proud of its diverse tournament schedule, which includes 24 State Championships for golfers of varying backgrounds and skill levels.
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