Available Positions 

First Tee – West Virginia, Program Director – Job Description

2024 Paid Internship Opportunities 

As a PJ Boatwright intern, you acknowledge that you will be employed by the West Virginia Golf Association and not the USGA. However, given that the USGA provides grant funding to the West Virginia Golf Association in support of the PJ Boatwright Internship Program, you understand and agree that any information you provide in this application may be shared with the USGA, subject to the USGA Privacy Policy, and with the West Virginia Golf Association.

 
Please send completed application with resume and cover letter to contact listed on specific job description. Job Application

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  • 3 Month Internship – Championship Department (2 Available) Job Description

In 1991, the USGA established the P.J. Boatwright Jr. Internship Program. This program is designed to give experience to individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in golf administration, while assisting state and regional golf associations in the promotion of amateur golf, on a short-term, entry level basis.

Each internship is different, since the needs vary from association to association. An intern may help conduct tournaments, junior golf programs, membership services, and other general activities that promote the best interests of golf. Arrangements for multiple summer employment are possible as well.

The common thread, which runs through the internship, is exposure to tournament preparations, tournament administration and post tournament business. The nature of tournament administration will test one’s patience, initiative and decision-making abilities, as well as one’s ability to endure long hours and hard work.

A prospective intern should demonstrate strong managerial potential and a sufficient interest in golf. Golf associations that participate in the Internship Program will provide an appropriate level of orientation and ongoing training and attention. Each intern becomes an employee of the golf association, which will have primary responsibility for recruitment, and sole responsibility for compensation, and supervision. Upon completion of the program, the USGA receives evaluations from both the association and the intern.