Minnesota PGA Junior Golf, Coon Rapids, MN

Summer is not to far away and now is the time for students who love the game of golf to consider looking into a summer internship and/or a part-time job like being an on-site administrator. The internship will be dealing with the tasks that are involved with our junior golf program and tournament operations. Some of the tasks that one can expect are found in the responsibilities section the of the internship employment bulletin. The on-site administrator position is an ideal job for college-aged students. They can work as an on-site administrator in the morning and still have time to play golf or practice their game in the afternoon. This also is a great way to get some experience in tournament administration, which they can put on their resume. Plus, they could still get another part-time job in the evening if need be. The on-site administrator positions that we have available would deal with the Minnesota PGA Junior Golf Association’s junior events. This summer we will be offering over 150 junior events for juniors to participate in and expect to have over 1600 juniors who will be members of our program. We are looking for sharp, reliable, and responsible individuals who would like to help with the administration of these junior events. Some of the tasks that one can expect are found in the responsibilities section the of the on-site administrator employment bulletin. 

Contact: If you have any questions pertaining to the internship and/or on-site administrator positions, feel free to contact Bob Bush,MN PGA Junior Golf Director, at 763-754-6641 or bbush@pgahq.com

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