The Bourne Braves have enjoyed a long history of offering internships to college students giving them the opportunity to work in a variety of capacities for the organization. Interns support public relations, fundraising, concessions, field maintenance, internet broadcasting and baseball operations. In fact, former Cape League president Judy Walden Scarafile, and Dick Bresciani of the Boston Red Sox, began their careers as interns with the Cape Cod Baseball League. While the organization maintains its own staff, we utilize more than 25 interns each season. The Braves administration encourages potential interns to review the information below, as well as the position descriptions and then send a completed application and resume to Jenabeth Ferguson. Check back for internship opportunities for the 2025 season.


To serve as a franchise intern, Cape Cod accommodations are required, even if said accommodations are temporary in nature. You are required to secure your own housing. Interns must also provide their own mode of reliable transportation. Internships are not paid positions. It is expected that interns secure paid employment during their stay on Cape Cod, if necessary. All interns must be available for every home game throughout the regular and post season. Some positions are also required to attend away games.

  • Interns will report the first week of June and work through mid August.
  • Interns are not paid.
  • You may have other jobs if they don’t interfere with our schedule.
  • Credit may be available, but that is to be defined by your school.
  • Our volunteers (including the Board of Directors) work as a team. We may have specific jobs but help each other out when needed.
  • Interns will arrive at the field at least 90 minutes before the start of the game to set up, and must stay after the conclusion of the game to assist with clean-up.