Bob Feller Act of Valor Award Foundation

About Bob Feller Act of Valor Award Foundation

Bob Feller Act of Valor Internship Opportunity

We are currently recruiting students who meet one or more of the following requirements:
1. Children of Active Service or Veteran Military Families (Parents or Grandparents who serve or have served)
2. Veteran enrolled in an Accredited College, University or Technical school, full or part time.
3. Student enrolled in ROTC or similar programs with the intention of pursuing a military career upon graduation.
4. Active-Duty Military students with 180 days or less on contract.
5. Spouse of a currently serving military member in the Navy, Army, Marine Corps, Air Force, Space Force, Coast Guard, National Guard, or Reserve Component.
Based on student qualifications, we do accept up to 10% non-military students who have proven experience in the following areas:
1. Fundraising or grant writing
2. Podcast production or hosting
3. Graphic Design
4. Public Relations, writing Press Releases
5. Video and film Production
6. Journalism

Added Bonus:
Qualified students are eligible to apply for one of many $2,000 Tuition Assistance Scholarships. Your intern achievements count towards application judging as part of our “Rising Star” recognition incentive and you have a distinctive head start on getting a scholarship. If you meet one of the above requirements, I would like to talk to you.

Before we schedule an interview, please reply and let us know if you have experience in any of the above roles and provide some additional information about yourself:
1. How did you learn of the Bob Feller Act of Valor Award Foundation?
2. What is your prime reason for wanting to participate in our program?
3. Will you be working in addition to attending school?
4. Will you be participating in another internship program at the same time?
5. Can you contribute a solid 3-5 hours a week to assignments for 1 year?

Please Review the attached orientation handout and visit our website to learn about the programs we do throughout the year:


Baseball Committee and Sales Team Member

May 2021 Washington, DC
“Every person I've worked with at the BFAOV Foundation has taken the initiative to share their knowledge with me while also encouraging me to bring my own ideas to the table. I've been able to work on a variety of projects, in both leadership and supporting roles, that have simultaneously sharpened my skills in the (remote) workplace and allowed me to passionately explore avenues that can help a cause I believe in. I can take pride in the work I do on behalf of the BFAOV Foundation, and the support I've received from everybody I've worked with has made this internship a wonderful one.”

Baseball Relations & Education Intern

May 2021 Lincoln, NE
“The foundation places a lot of emphasis on only doing work that you enjoy and interests you, and will ensure that you find opportunities to do work that you like. The internship is very flexible and gives you a chance to choose how many projects you help with. Committee leaders are all extremely helpful, welcoming and encouraging. The work is really meaningful as well, and you’ll learn a lot about the history between the military and baseball, and the sacrifices our service members make.”
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