Southern Texas PGA – 3 Internships are available with the Junior Golf division. Click the appropriate link for full details:

STPGA Spring Internship

STPGA Summer Fall Internship

STPGA Summer Internship


Federal Bureau of Investigations – Dallas is needing to hire 2 summer Cyber Interns. The application deadline is December 1, 2014. This paid internship runs 10 weeks, from early June through mid-August, with the possibility of continuing the internship throughout the school year. Preference will be given to graduate students. See the attached for more information: 2015 Cyber Internship Flyer


Center for Student Missions – City Host position. CSM exists to provide students and adults with an effective urban ministry experience that transforms lives, influences local churches and communities, and honors Christ. Serve with us in Boston, Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Nashville, New York City, Philadelphia, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Washington DC. Learn more Host short-term mission trips! Come serve with CSM as a City Host!

A City Host will host groups during their time in the city by: orienting them to the city and CSM rules and guidelines; framing each ministry site and activity; guiding them to each site and restaurant; facilitating their entire schedule and leading evening discussions and debriefs to help them process their experiences. Start dates are generally around Jan/Feb or May 20. Positions last approximately 3 months with the possibility of an extension.

Site visit and interview to one of our sites (Boston, Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Nashville, New York City, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Washington D.C.) required before hiring decision is made. See for details about the City Host position. A City Host should have a heart for both youth ministry and urban missions, with strong leadership, people, and communication skills. Prefer at least one year of college or university experience. An in-person interview is required and may be in the city you’re closest to geographically.

Position is paid $800 monthly with housing and meals provided. Visit to apply for the City Host position today!


NORTHERN TEXAS PGA JUNIOR TOUR WEST AREA INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY – The PGA of America is the largest working sports organization in the world with over 27,000 members and apprentices and over 400 staff members throughout the country. As “experts in the game and business of golf,” the purpose of the PGA is to promote the enjoyment of and involvement in the game of golf, and to contribute to its growth by serving millions of people throughout its 41 Sections nationwide.

The Northern Texas Section of the PGA of America is headquartered in Dallas and serves 350 golf facilities and 800 professional members across Northern Texas. In addition to managing the day-to-day affairs of the Northern Texas PGA, the Section operates the Northern Texas PGA Junior Tour (“Junior Tour”). The Junior Tour is the largest and most comprehensive of its kind with more than 3,500 junior members and over 300 tournaments conducted annually.

INTERNSHIP DATES: May 26 – August 18, 2015 (start and finish dates are somewhat flexible based on successful applicants school schedules) ▪ Successful applicants may have the opportunity to extend the internship to 7 months. Inquire during application process.

DESCRIPTION: The Northern Texas PGA is seeking six (6) qualified applicants for a 13-week field internship position in golf tournament operations during the summer of 2015. Successful applicants will be responsible for helping conduct all day-to-day operations of our summer Junior Tour. The Junior Tour provides daily golf tournaments throughout West Texas for junior golfers ages 7-19. The following information will provide you with a better understanding into everything the internship entails.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: ▪ On-site responsibilities such as registration, tee set-up, starting, rules officiating, scoring, and awards presentations ▪ Effectively communicate with parents, juniors, and host professional staff ▪ Reconciliation of financial and result summaries ▪ Manage Company equipment inventory and maintenance ▪ Provide occasional in-office support of Junior Tour programming

QUALIFICATIONS: ▪ Enjoy working with children and young adults ages 7-19 ▪ Excellent written and verbal communication skills ▪ Organized, punctual, energetic, and a self starter ▪ Ability to work and communicate effectively in a team based environment ▪ Detail oriented ▪ General computer knowledge (Microsoft Office) ▪ Basic knowledge of the game of golf ▪ Rules of Golf knowledge a plus ▪ Automobile access with willingness and ability to travel within the assigned area required ▪ Interest in a career in golf or sports administration is preferred ▪ College degree (or working towards a degree) required ▪ Must have existing insurance through school or parents

▪ Work early mornings
▪ Work outside in extreme weather and temperatures and spend much of the day in direct exposure to the sun
▪ Safely operate a golf cart
▪ Stand and move around on foot for extended periods of time
▪ Public speaking skills
▪ Ability to lift objects up to 50 pounds i.e. tents, tables, stakes, and championship signage
▪ Effectively use and operate cell phones, hand held radios and iPads

SUMMER TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE: The West Area of the Junior Tour offers up to three (3) tournaments a day throughout West Texas.  Interns will be responsible for conducting all of these events from start to finish. A typical week consists of conducting 3-4 golf tournaments each week, Monday- Friday. With the exception of a few special events (Drive, Chip, & Putt Local Qualifiers, West Area Championship, etc.), interns will have weekends and an occasional weekday off. On average, Junior Tour interns can expect to work approximately 35 40 hours each week. Additional tasks and hours can be added for those with special requirements for obtaining school credit.

INTERNSHIP TEAMS: The NTPGA will hire six (6) total junior golf interns to conduct tournaments throughout West Texas for the summer of 2015. Successful candidates for the West Area Internship will be divided into three teams of two and be assigned to conduct tournaments in a specific area throughout the summer (Amarillo, Lubbock and Midland/Odessa). All of our interns will spend a great deal of time together and work with each other at various events throughout the summer. The ability to work in a team atmosphere and effectively communicate with all other interns and full time staff members is critical.

TOURNAMENT TRAVEL: Tournaments will be spread throughout the entire area that each team is assigned. Interns can expect to work a tournament at a different golf course each day, and will be responsible for their own transportation to and from all tournaments. Carpooling to tournaments is allowed and strongly encouraged.
▪ Interns will be compensated approximately $1,160.00 per month pretax
▪ Additionally, West Area interns will be paid a $300 gas allowance per month, pretax
▪ Five PGA staff golf shirts
▪ Three PGA hats
▪ School credit (if applicable)
HOUSING: The Northern Texas PGA does not provide housing of any kind. We will be more than happy to assist with the location of housing for those unfamiliar with the area they are assigned. Past interns have utilized corporate housing agencies for fully furnished three month apartment leases, secured three-month house leases through Craigs List, or utilized extended stay hotels. Those with family or friends in the area as to which they are assigned are welcome to stay there and are in no way obligated to live with other interns.

APPLICATION INFORMATION: Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, résumé and list of references. Letters of recommendation are not required but are strongly encouraged. Please specify that you are applying for our West Area Internship. You can find this bulletin as well as additional information on our internship under the internship tab at the bottom of our website at Applications will be accepted via mail or e-mail. Please submit all materials or questions to Brittany Beckett.

Brittany Beckett, Senior Coordinator of Junior Tour Operations, 15150 Preston Road, Suite 250 Dallas, Texas 75248, (214) 420-7421 ext. 115

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 13, 2015 or until positions filled. The PGA of America, Northern Texas Section is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Successful applicants will be required to undergo and authorized background check.

Central Leadership Institute - This 11 month paid internship with Central Christian Church of Mesa Arizona will provide a combination of classroom leadership training along with real life ministry experience for leaders who desire to serve in vocational ministry. Central Christian Church is a cutting edge multi-site church that believes in developing the next generation of leaders and will provide a unique and beneficial internship experience. The internship begins August 1, 2015, provides a salary, shared apartment, and medical coverage. For more details, please feel free to contact Duane Boyett at: All applicants must have completed an Undergraduate Degree, have a calling to full-time ministry, and have the abilities to lead and work with a team.

Brazos Pointe Fellowship – Lake Jackson, Texas – Seeking highly relational male & female college student to serve as 2015 summer interns. Brazos Pointe is a young purpose driven Southern Baptist Church that averages close to 1,000 in worship each week. The applicant must have completed at least their sophomore year of college and been out of high school for at least two years. He or she must be a self-starter and have a passion to guide teenagers to take their next step with God. Summer interns serve under the leadership of the student ministry staff. Summer responsibilities include camps, fellowship events, office duties, & weekly programming. Compensation includes salary, housing, and ministry related expenses. Applications will be excepted through the end of December. To request an application or more information, contact Chris Watson, BPF’s Student Minister at You may also visit the website at

CapinCrouse LLP - Certified Public Accountants, is the leading national accounting firm whose mission and passion is to serve the not-for-profit community. We have several offices across the country, from Los Angeles to Atlanta, and have served the nonprofit community with assurance, tax advisory and compliance, and management advisory services for over 40 years. You can find out more information about our firm by visiting our website at

At CapinCrouse, we are dedicated to: Passion for excellence, competence, and integrity; Empowering and equipping staff; Nurturing staff and respecting the dignity of the family; and Valuing the thoughts, opinions, and ministry of our clients and one another.


the caliber of our clients and our high standards for how we serve them requires that we be highly selective in our recruiting process. We look for the best and brightest and then invest the time, technology, and resources that result in long-term success for both the firm and our people. We ask our employees to provide a high level of professional assurance service to CapinCrouse’s clients and be a proactive member of the practice office and firm.


  1. Provide high-quality service to clients as a productive member of assigned audit teams.
  2. Actively participate in office events and initiatives as a productive team member of the practice office.
  3. Actively pursue professional development with an initial focus on CPA certification.
  4. Actively develop auditing knowledge and skills so as to assume increasingly more complex audit and other assurance responsibilities.
  5. Display integrity and professional behavior consistent with CapinCrouse’s focus, vision, mission and core values.
  6. Act respectfully and consistent with client values.


  • Three or more years of university education
  • Pursuing a Bachelors degree in accounting or a related finance degree
  • Strong academic credentials (minimum 3.25 GPA)
  • Relevant work experience (i.e., internships, summer positions, school jobs) a plus but not required
  • Must meet the minimum requirements to sit for the CPA exam before pursuing full-time employment with CapinCrouse
  • Reputation of integrity, even in conflictive situations
  • Ability to produce high-quality work while meeting deadlines
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Above average ability to learn and use computer software (e.g., Microsoft Excel)
  • Ability to develop open and trusting relationships
  • Ability to work in a team, whether as a member or leader
  • Ability to motivate him/herself to grow professionally and serve with excellence
  • Ability to assume responsibility for and complete agreed upon assignments
  • Desire to work as a professional in a CPA firm with CapinCrouse’s focus, vision, mission and core values
  • Personal flexibility and adaptability to travel to clients
  • Passion to serve others, especially nonprofit organizations


  • An internship with CapinCrouse gives you a first-hand look at a potential career path. You’ll get extensive experience at an accelerated pace.
  • You will work with some of the most knowledgeable professionals in the business who can help you network, as well as serve as a career mentor.
  • CapinCrouse provides the opportunity to work with clients who are making a real difference in our community, our country, and our world.
  • We offer outstanding opportunities for training and advancement at our locations nationwide.
  • We employ state-of-the-art technology to give you the professional tools necessary to be your best, including a paperless platform that supports the assurance practice.
  • CapinCrouse offers firm-sponsored professional memberships.
  • We provide assistance and/or reimbursement upon completion for the CPA review course and exam. Our preferred CPA review course providers are Becker, CPA Excel, and Yaeger Lambers.
  • If you return after graduation as an associate, you will participate in a 12-month orientation program that begins with a week-long introduction and training session, during which you’ll meet peers from across the country, and continues throughout the year with peer advisors, mentoring managers, and a minimum of 40 hours of CPE development.

American Red Cross Central Texas Region Internships. Internships are available year round in the spring, summer and fall. Please note that an intern may work out of any one of our following offices in Central Texas: Austin, Bryan, Kerrville, Killeen, San Angelo or Waco. Visit the website for more information. Follow the link for contact.

The Legacy Fellowship program was created to develop strong Christian leaders through an intensive year of work experience, community, leadership and ministry in a Christian camp setting. Led by Sky Ranch staff, Legacy Fellows spend nine months working with our School Programs, Activities and Retreats departments and another three months serving with our summer Launch Camps. All Legacy Fellows live on camp and are actively involved in teaching, program development, youth ministry, customer service, and marketing as opportunities to live out Biblical leadership principles that can be applied in any career setting. The Legacy Fellowship is a full-time, salaried position with benefits and required, on-camp housing. Sky Ranch offers a compensation package that includes base salary, medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance coverage, along with paid time off and paid holidays. For more information follow the link.

GoCorps is an on-ramp for recent grads to use their degree globally for two years. We partner with leading missions organizations who have already established ministries/work in countries around the world, and are in need of workers. We offer loan forgiveness ($5,000), a six month launch window, and all organizations use one application form and one website. We mobilize Goers to serve using their skill-sets and interests among the least reached and those in extreme poverty through ten tracks of service: Agriculture-Environment, Business-Leadership, Compassion-Justice, Engineering, Media-Arts, Medical, Sports, Storying-Linguistics, Teaching and University Outreach.

For more information or to apply, go to our website: To speak with our mission coach, contact Jenny