Summer Internships

The Whitecaps are accepting applications for intern positions for the 2024 season. Whitecaps intern positions are rewarding and fun.

Each season, we have a number of intern positions available. The positions range from game day to broadcast and media interns to general manager interns. These are exciting and fulfilling positions within the premier collegiate summer baseball league. And you get to spend the summer on Cape Cod!


Game Day Interns:

​Love baseball? Want a career in sports management, public relations, business or some other appropriate field? Why not spend the summer at the ball field on Cape Cod?

The Brewster Whitecaps are supported by approximately 10 game day interns every season. Our game operations include setting up the fans’ area before every game so our thousands of fans have a memorable day at the game. We take donations at the gate, sell raffle tickets, hang sponsors’ banners, welcome local groups, help sell souvenirs and do all the sideline tasks that enable the community to put a top-flight team on the field. We often take on additional responsibilities. An intern with some photographic experience can contribute to our online content. The game day interns also interact with our younger fans by organizing some of the kids activities.
​ It’s hard work, and there’s no salary. It is baseball, and it’s on Cape Cod. A Cape Cod Baseball League intern is a great line on your resume and as good a reference as you earn (which is usually very good indeed). If you can earn credit toward your degree, we can work that out too. So if you have a place to stay in the area*, transportation and afternoons free (we start as early as 3 p.m., as the Whitecaps play at 5 p.m., not under the lights), send us a resume, and maybe you’ll get to spend this summer with the Whitecaps.

Please send your resume to Paige Ferraguto at

Media Interns:

Game Broadcasters: We broadcast our games over the internet and local cable TV, including sideline interviews, postgame stories and interviews on the club’s website. If you one day hope to sit behind a Major League microphone, think about a summer in the Cape League to get a great line on your resume.

Journalist / Social Media Reporter: The journalist/social media reporter is an on-field credentialed member of the media team for all Whitecaps games (home and away), from early June to early-mid August.

Successful candidate must provide their own housing.


  • Write traditional game stories for all Whitecaps games.
  • Edit copy when not primary writer.
  • Create content for all social media channels and the team’s website. Material might include (but not limited to) player profiles, “think” pieces on analytics and coaching, human interest stories on fans, volunteers, interns and host families, coverage of team and community events, etc.


  • Demonstrated writing skills.
  • Track record of creating content to meet deadlines.
  • Ability to contribute to a team that functions across multiple media types while performing a variety of roles.


  • Experience with graphic tools such as Canva and Adobe CC.

Please email Chris Kenney at your resume and work samples.

Photographer: The photographer is an on-field credentialed member of the media team for all Whitecaps games (home and away) from early June to early-mid August. Successful candidate must provide their own housing.

Videographer: The videographer is a key media team member at all Whitecaps games (home and away) from early June to early-mid August. The videographer will create footage and packages aired on team broadcasts, social media and website. Successful candidate must provide his/her own housing.

Website Administrator Intern: Broadcasting, podcasts, social media feeds, advertising and news articles may be the face of the Brewster Whitecaps media, but the real heavy lifting gets done behind the scenes with our website admin team.

The Whitecaps are looking for an intern interested in building and supporting our web presence online. This internship can be seasonal or year-round, depending on the candidate.

WordPress familiarity, experience in integration, CSS and HTML a preference. Most importantly, we are looking for somebody enthusiastic about web development.

Send resume to Chris Kenney to

Other Intern Opportunities: We have limited openings for interns to support Whitecaps’ merchandise sales. Among a variety of tasks, you’ll stock, create promotions (on social media and live during games) and sell Whitecaps merchandise. As you probably know, entry-level jobs with professional sports franchise often begin in group or merchandise sales. Enhance your resume, hone your skills and have some fun interacting with the team, other interns and fans.

Send resume to Chris Kenney at

General Manager Interns:

MLB Scout Liaison Intern: This intern is our liaison to the Major League scouts, who spends the summer on the Cape looking at players that are likely to be eligible for the following year’s MLB Draft. This intern will tweet starting pitchers every morning and be available to scouts as soon as our players show up for (home game) batting practice, usually around 2 p.m. The intern will have scouts-only statistics, and be expected to interact with them on a professional level. To the extent it doesn’t conflict with your scouts’ responsibilities, you may also assist our general manager and his staff with game-related duties. And, for the record, it generally doesn’t include keeping stats for the club. We have other league-wide resources to do that, and the coaching staff manages its own sabremetrics.

Baseball Operations Intern: Work directly with the coaches tracking pitching and hitting. Assist the coaches with analyzing the data. Handle bus schedule for away games. Coordinate with the general manager for rainy day schedules and notifications. Additional duties can be assigned working in concert with the general manager. The Baseball Operations Intern is required to attend all games and must have his/her own transportation.

Pregame and Bullpen Catcher Intern: This position requires strong baseball catching experience. The applicant should have extensive high school and/or the equivalent catching experience. The applicant can be an experienced high school catcher. The main responsibility is to be available for the pregame pitcher workout, and to warm up relief pitchers during the game. This is an opportunity to work with the Whitecaps coaches and the collegiate pitchers.

Other GM internships available include trainers and medical team. If interested in any of the GM intern positions, email our General Manager Jon Mecca at