Mission: The Office of the Commissioner strives to provide the premiere form of athletic entertainment in a manner that is fun and socially responsible while strengthening and enhancing the communities in which we operate. We are dedicated to protecting the integrity of the game and ...
Major League Baseball (MLB) is the most historic professional sports league in the United States and consists of 30 member clubs in the U.S. and Canada, representing the highest level of professional baseball. Major League Baseball is the best-attended sport in North America, and since 2004, MLB has enjoyed its best-attended seasons in the history of the game, with each regular season eclipsing the 73 million mark. Now led by Commissioner Robert D. Manfred, Jr., MLB currently features record levels of labor peace, competitive balance and industry revenues, as well as the most comprehensive drug-testing program in American professional sports. MLB remains committed to making an impact in the communities of the U.S., Canada and throughout the world, perpetuating the sport's larger role in society and permeating every facet of baseball's business, marketing and community relations endeavors. With the continued success of MLB Advanced Media and MLB Network, MLB continues to find innovative ways for its fans to enjoy America's National Pastime and a truly global game.
The Office of the Commissioner strives to provide the premiere form of athletic entertainment in a manner that is fun and socially responsible while strengthening and enhancing the communities in which we operate. We are dedicated to protecting the integrity of the game and providing impeccable service to the Major League Clubs. Our vision is to be the global sport of choice for youth to play, fans of all backgrounds to enjoy, and a desired destination for employment.
Major League Baseball is an equal opportunity employer striving for an inclusive environment while proactively endorsing the virtues of diversity in order to enhance MLB’s business and global brand. At MLB, we believe that diversity of thought, cultures, and experiences among our employees – and celebrating that diversity – affords us the opportunity to provide impeccable service to the Clubs. We believe this ultimately helps MLB Clubs deliver a dynamic, world-class entertainment product that appeals to fans around the globe.
By incorporating diversity and inclusion throughout the culture of baseball, particularly in the business decision-making and personnel processes, we endeavor to firmly establish Major League Baseball as both the employer and sport of choice for all. Our goal is to recruit the most qualified applicants – wherever we may find them – and to retain and develop the most high-performing employees in order to deliver a superior entertainment platform and experience for fans of all backgrounds. In particular, we aim to cultivate that talent and strengthen the industry as a whole through our many talent acquisition and professional development initiatives for the League and the Clubs. Among other things, these include the Front Office and On-Field Diversity Pipeline Program, MLB & Club Fellowships, the Women’s Leadership Summit, our partnership with Women in Sports and Events (WISE) and our many Business Resource Groups. Our approach is to incorporate a forward-focused, inclusive process as we consistently seek to enhance the culture and business of baseball. o
Our Summer Internship Program is designed to provide exceptional students, who are interested in a career in sports, with a unique opportunity to learn about the diverse business operations of Major League Baseball. Those candidates selected for the Program will gain invaluable work experience through challenging project assignments, information sessions hosted by MLB senior management, and various other events organized by the Talent Acquisition team.
The Program begins at the end of the spring semester and requires a minimum commitment of 10 weeks. Opportunities may be available in a variety of departments including, but not limited to: Labor Relations, Special Events, Marketing, Legal Business Affairs, Community Affairs, Youth Programs, Enterprise Technology, Human Resources, Finance and Communications.
The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball understands the importance of offering competitive benefits in order to attract the industry's best talent. As a result, our employees have access to many exceptional programs, which help them manage their own health, security and financial futures, as well as those of their families. The list below is just a sample of the many health and welfare benefits offered to our eligible employees and may not be applicable to all Baseball-related entities.
This benefits overview has been designed to give you general information about employee benefits. It does not, however, attempt to explain all the details, provisions, restrictions, and exclusions of the benefit plans. The company reserves the right to change or terminate these plans or specific provisions at any time.
I have been working at Major League Baseball part-time
Fun environment, get paid to watch and score baseball. Very flexible
I can't think of any real cons to the job
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Major League Baseball (New York, NY) in August 2017.
Was reached out to by a recruiter for multimedia engineering.
Had a recruiter phone screen where he told me about the role and asked me about my background.
A few days later I was set up for a technical screen. Not to bad, mostly data structures and a coding question or two.
I was brought onsite and the process was fairly seamless.
Social Responsibility Pledge
Formal programs or foundation to give back to communities
Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce