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U.S. Olympic Committee, CO, NY, CA, DC

U.S. Olympic Committee Internship Program

Thank you for your interest in the United States Olympic Committee Internship Program!

The United States Olympic Committee conducts an internship program for college students, following the traditional college semester schedule -- fall, winter/spring and summer. The internship sites are Colorado Springs, CO, Lake Placid, NY, and Chula Vista, CA; the Washington, DC office also offers a single internship opportunity. Positions are either with the USOC or its sport National Governing Bodies (i.e. Swimming, Triathlon, Volleyball, etc.).

Interns live at Olympic Training Centers, eat their meals at the Athletes' Dining Hall, and gain on-the-job experience and training. A small stipend is also provided.

The program offers internships in the areas of: broadcasting, Paralympics, journalism, marketing, sports medicine, sports administration, human resources, development, strength and conditioning, and more.

To be eligible for the internship program, students must have completed at least two years of college before the start of the internship and be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at an accredited United States college or university.  Internships are competitive.

To apply for an internship with the USOC, you must submit a resume online including a cover letter as one attachment.  Letters of reference are optional; however, any letters must be submitted at the time of the resume submission.

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