Break Into The Business Of Baseball

Bentley is giving two high school students the opportunity of a lifetime — a one-month internship with the Boston Red Sox or the online affiliate of the New York Yankees during the Summer of 2013. It’s part of the “Break into the Business of Baseball” program sponsored by Bentley and MLB.com.

Through this program, high school students submit a 100-word essay explaining why they would like to “Break into the Business of Baseball” by working with the Boston Red Sox or yankees.com. Representatives from Bentley and MLB.com judge the essays based on originality, creativity, interest in business, passion and clarity.

Congratulations to the 2013 Internship Winners:

Alexa Tanzi, Tom's River, NJ, will intern with the Red Sox

Zachary Aldrich, Tully, NY, will intern with Yankees.com

"The knowledge I have garnered over the last month has significantly surpassed what I could learn in a classroom. This great opportunity has given me a step ahead of my soon-to-be classmates in college and an unparalleled motivation to become an intelligent, aggressive, and successful businessman." 
 - William Keough, previous winner

For an inside look at William's internship experience with the Boston Red Sox, read his blog.

Nationally recognized for its commitment to business, Bentley University developed this program to show high school students the variety of career options they can pursue with a business degree.

If you have questions about this program, please email jwright@bentley.edu.