BaseballCloud has always taken pride in its internship program providing an opportunity for students looking to get their foot in the door in the baseball industry. During the pandemic, many students lost their jobs or internships with pro organizations because of the cancellation of the minor league season. Over this past summer and fall, BC decided to expand its internship program to allow more people to apply due to increased demand. This expansion allowed the company to produce more content for the blog and complete a wider range of research projects that were not possible with the team in place prior to the internship.
Since the completion of BC’s fall internship at the end of November, two interns have landed jobs with pro organizations. Jonah Simon will be joining the Detroit Tigers in an analyst role during this offseason, and Wyatt Kleinberg will join the Los Angeles Dodgers in a player development position this spring training.
BaseballCloud wants to continue to provide an opportunity for students and others to gain experience in the baseball space. The internship program provides unique access to valuable resources, and the company wants to continue to push the limits with its products by staying up-to-date with the newest technology and ideologies in the game. Interns are encouraged to publish their research findings as frequently as they want on the BC blog, and have the opportunity to be hands-on with the software in an effort to help improve customer experience and enhance their own work.
Congratulations to Jonah and Wyatt on the outstanding accomplishments, and BaseballCloud wishes you the best of luck this upcoming season!
For more information on BaseballCloud’s internship opportunities, visit @BaseballCloudUS on Twitter or baseballcloud.com/blog.